From an orderly middle-class flat, as it was initially, it gradually took on the appearance of a sort of total installation.
Works by Man Ray and Andy Warhol, objects of Primitive art or from her family, drawings, canvases, costume jewellery and knick-knacks belonging to the artist, the materials and tools of her trade, mementos of situations and people, lots of photographs on the walls and much else were assigned their massed positions that were anything but casual by the artist down the decades.
The house-studio flat can be read in many ways: you can concentrate on individual objects from the most disparate provenances and periods, or be beguiled by the overall vision in which what counts is not the single item but the overwhelming fascination of the whole; you can glean information and hints that further an understanding of the artist or you can see, as though in section, the various cultural periods lived through seventy years of life and work. Her personal story and the stories of others overlap in the rooms of the flat, in the “store” according to the artist’s definition, structured as a representation of herself.
Visits and booking
€ 40 per person
€ 35 per person for pre-formed groups of 4 people
€ 20 per person for students, so long as they are in pre-formed groups of 4 people
€ 80 for individual visits.
Times and days of visits
Tuesday and Thursday 15.00 – 16.30 – 18.00
Saturday (for two, non-consecutive Saturdays a month) 10.00 – 11.30 – 15.00 – 16.30 – 18.00
For information firstname.lastname@example.org | tel +39 351 6136011
To book, choose from the calendar below. NB: The calendar does not accept bookings in the 48 hours preceding the time of the visit.