New opening times
From Easter 2023 you can visit the Pavese Museum autonomously from Monday to Friday from 10:00 to 12:30 and from 14:00 to 18:00. Guided tours (museum + Cesare Pavese’s birthplace and, upon request, Nuto’s house) are available on Saturdays, Sundays and bank holidays (reservation advised, mandatory for groups).
Rootedness, migration, and translation in Cesare Pavese’s work: for our themed column on Pavese’s contemporary critique, Iuri Moscardi interviewed Federica Di Blasio.
For our themed column on Pavese’s contemporary critique, Iuri Moscardi interviewed Giancarlo Pontiggia, author of recent «Quel che è stato sarà». Un commento ai Dialoghi con Leucò di Cesare Pavese.
For our themed column on Pavese’s contemporary critique, Iuri Moscardi interviewed professor Monica Lanzillotta, author of recent “Cesare Pavese. Una vita tra Dioniso e Edipo”.
Cesare Pavese: life and works
Poet, writer, translator, publisher and literary critic, Cesare Pavese is considered one of the greatest and most influential Italian intellectuals of the 20th century.
The Pavese Museum
Our museum presents Cesare Pavese’s life, activity and works through an interactive multimedia set up, enriched with unpublished material, books and object that belonged to the writer. You can visit it autonomously or within one of our guided tours.