The Collezione Maramotti is the private collection of contemporary art of Achille Maramotti, who founded Max Mara. It is housed in the former premises of the company in Reggio Emilia, in Emilia Romagna in central Italy. It contains some two hundred works, and is open to visitors by appointment only. It also organises temporary exhibitions. The gallery awards the biennial Max Mara Art Prize for Women to a young female artist working in the United Kingdom. Between 2006 and 2016 the winners of the prize were: Margaret Salmon; ; Andrea Büttner; Laure Prouvost; Corin Sworn; and Emma Hart.

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  • The Collezione Maramotti is the private collection of contemporary art of Achille Maramotti, who founded Max Mara. It is housed in the former premises of the company in Reggio Emilia, in Emilia Romagna in central Italy. It contains some two hundred works, and is open to visitors by appointment only. It also organises temporary exhibitions. Among the artists represented in the collection are Vito Acconci, Francis Bacon, Basquiat, Alberto Burri, Francesco Clemente, Tony Cragg, , Lucio Fontana, Piero Manzoni, Mario Merz, Luigi Ontani, Mimmo Paladino, Tom Sachs, Mario Schifano, Julian Schnabel and Bill Viola. The gallery awards the biennial Max Mara Art Prize for Women to a young female artist working in the United Kingdom. Between 2006 and 2016 the winners of the prize were: Margaret Salmon; ; Andrea Büttner; Laure Prouvost; Corin Sworn; and Emma Hart. (en)
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