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Discover 3 places to see in Malo

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LABORATORY FOR CONTEMPORARY ART TOWN OF MALO, CASABIANCA MUSEUM

The Casabianca Museum is a permanent exhibition of graphic works of contemporary artists from 1960s to 1990s. The graphics on show guide the visitor over most significant artistic movements and the most curios trends in contemporary visual arts, from Non-figurative art to Transavantgarde, passing through Pop Art, Kinetic Art, Nouveau Réalisme, Conceptual Art, Arte Povera, Body-Art, New Painting, the Anachronism movement and American graffiti, Italian Transavantgarde, the New German Expressionism and some experiences tied to photography and video.
More than 1,200 works belonging to 70


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SILK ART MUSEUM AND LATERIZIA

The museum is composed by two sections illustrating the silk and the brickwork. In the first section the visitor discovers how silk is produced and worked through a collection of tools, machineries and objects; he also realizes the hard working conditions of women employed in silk factories.
The brickwork section shows the geologic origin of clay and how it is processed. Within the most interesting working tools the visitor can find a treadle wheel and some wooden moulds. A scaled reproduction of a Hoffmann furnace of the beginning of the 20th century enriches the collection. These two acti


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Mondonovo Museum Masks

The Museum is housed on the first floor of the elegant Palazzo Corielli, the 18th-century family, where the art master Guerrino Lovato has rebuilt its famous Venetian workshop of papier-mâché masks and passes 250, 500 works, library arrays-archive, as well as working tools, objects and antique furniture. Not surprisingly the Museum-laboratory, as the ama master define, landed in Malo, but thanks to the strong tradition of Carnival, the latter tradition is renewed every year with historical parades of floats. The Laboratory Museum was inaugurated on September 25, 2011. La bottega, transferred i


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