Via Egidio de Magri, 1 • 21013 Gallarate
The history of the Museum, established in 1966 with the name of Civic Gallery of Modern Art of Gallarate, coincides with that of its collection which was born and expanded following the acquisitions of the National Prize for Visual Arts of the City of Gallarate starting from its first edition in 1950.
In December 2009, the Municipality of Gallarate established the "Silvio Zanella Modern and Contemporary Art Gallery" Foundation and the following year the Museum acquired the name MA*GA - Gallarate Art Museum and inaugurated the new and most prestigious headquarters museum in via De Magri.
The MA*GA proposes the conservation, increase and enhancement of the works of the permanent collection and the organization of activities designed to offer cognitive support to one's artistic heritage and to make the public participate and attentive to the issues highlighted, reported and expressed. from the art of our days.
The MA*GA, in fact, with exhibitions, conferences, refresher courses, workshops for schools of all levels and special projects dedicated to children and families, sponsors and supports the cultural advancement of those who participate in his activities, soliciting greater attention in personal taste, in expressive potential, in social awareness.
The MA*GA also pays particular attention to the care of events aimed at the interaction between visual arts, music, theater and dance, in the belief that the contamination between languages is a place full of research, meeting and exchange.
As a place of meeting and cultural development, the MA*GA Museum also dialogues with industries, associations and individuals, making its rooms and spaces available for conferences, meetings, previews and gala evenings.
For those wishing to offer their customers, friends or collaborators a very special experience, we offer guided tours of the museum's collection, followed by cocktails or dinners inside the MA*GA spaces. Our dedicated team is available to support the organizers on both the logistical and technical sides.
Companies also have the opportunity to offer their collaborators or particular target audiences in-depth cultural meetings on topics of art, economics, communication, current affairs, which the MA*GA designs according to specific needs.
In an evocative place like the MA*GA Museum, the prestigious Tapestry Room Ottavio Missoni is the ideal setting for gala evenings with buffet or placée dinners, private events, corporate aperitifs, meetings and events dedicated to the business area, as well as concerts, small shows, DJ sets.