I am skipping over a couple of the mosaic sites. If there is a vast public outcry, I will post more of them.
Ravenna has a very large and fine art museum, but I didn't have a lot of time to see it, so I focused on the currently featured exhibit, a show by the duo "Prodigy Kid" (Francesco Cavaliere and Leonardo Pivi). After that, I swept through the rest of the halls looking for contemporary art, of which there was some, but not a lot that interested me. I ignored most of the medieval, Renaissance, etc work up to the present, but I hope to go back and see it later.
The Prodigy Kid exhibit both repelled me and occasionally charmed me. I liked Cavaliere's sound sculptures and I liked the sounds that he chose to play through them. I didn't like Pivi's work very much; he likes pop culture and the grotesque rather uncritically, and I don't, much. I did like some of the non-Prodigy-Kid artworks included in the show.
I include a brief recording of some of the sounds that were being made by the Cavaliere sculptures.
Below are photos from the Prodigy Kid exhibit.
I include a photo of a very nice portrait head by Domenico Baccarini from 1903-4, and a couple of photos of the front of the museum.