Bianca (Dama con specchio), 1924
Idolo del prisma, 1925
L'autarca (aperto)
Sedia per casa Sarfatti, 1933
Stipo, 1899
Il cameriere, 1933
Servizio da tè e da caffè, 1925
Per la libertà e la civiltà del mondo sottoscrivete al prestito nazionale, 1917-18
With a special focus on decorative arts and propaganda between 1880-1945, the Wolfsonian Museum starts from the taste for the exotic, which was popular in late 19th-century Italy, to then reveal the main linguistic and expressive currents of the first half of the 20th century, from Art Nouveau to Art Deco and Rationalism.
The cultural complexity of the time is shown by the extraordinary variety of pieces (paintings, sculptures, furniture, decorative artworks, everyday objects and industrial designs).

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Opening hours

SUMMER TIME (April - October)
Tuesday to Friday: 11 am - 6 pm
Saturday and Sunday: 12 am - 7 pm
Closed: Monday

WINTER TIME (November - March)
Tuesday to Sunday: 11 am - 5 pm
Closed: Monday, New Year's Day and Christmas Day


- Full price € 5,00
- Reduced € 4,00
- Reduced € 3,00 (5 - 18 years)
- Free: children 0-4 years

- GAM, The Frugone Collections, Luxoro Museum, Wolfsonian Museum € 10,00
- Two Museums € 8,00

€ 3,00 (5-18 years;  n. 1 free every 15 paying)
Reservations are recommended

Accessibility, reservations and useful info

The exhibition is based on two fully accessible floors. All floors are connected via an accessible lift, with a beep sound signalling elevator arrival and door opening/closing.

A wheelchair is available for use. Please ask a member of staff who will be able to assist.

How to book: 
The Wolfsonian Museum
Ph. +39 010 33231329
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Useful info: 


Via Serra Gropallo, 4 - 16167 Genoa, Italy


Ph: +39 010 3231329