I wanted to love this place. The building is fantastic for a modern art gallery and the first two permanent exhibitions are, in the main, solid. However, the collection is somewhat patchy and the first-half twentieth century collection seems lacking when looking at art from the fascist era. What I found most frustrating though was the lack of information on individual paintings. Some background in 19th and 20th century art did help me, but I would have appreciated more information about Italian art from this time. That said, the foyer area with the broken glass floor is simply breath-taking for the originality. So read these comments with the knowledge that as a lover of all things Italian, I wanted this experience to be up there with the rest of my on-going love affair with Rome and the rest of la belle paese.
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