“The art shakes from the soul the dust accumulated in the life of every day“. Pablo Picasso’s quote has an evident actuality. That’s why we mitigate the routine of the usual life delighting you with artistic pleasures. Here are all the unmissable art exhibits in Italy for fall 2016.
From October 27th to February 27th Palazzo Reale will feature the exhibit “Pietro Paolo Rubens e la nascita del Barocco“; an interpretation of Baroque poetics through the comparison of Rubens’ works and those of the coeval artists, like Bernini and Pietro da Cortona.
The Mudec will feature the works of Jean-Michel Basquiat, protagonist of contemporary art, from October 28th to February 27th. The pictorial language of the artist will be shown in over 100 works. An emblem of the pictorial tendencies of the 70s and 80s, devoted to the cult of the African primitivism.
“Women: New Portraits” is the title of the exhibition featuring Annie Leibovitz’s female portraits. The American photographer shows the evolution of women’s role in the society in a series of portraits of rising personalities. The photos are born from a collaboration with the writer Susan Sontag. Showing from September 9th at Factory Orobia 15.
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The Ex Seccatoi del tabacco will be the center of the exhibit “Alberto Burri: lo spazio di materia – tra Europa e USA“. Other great names of contemporary art will be featured, such as De Kooning, Pollock, Fontana, Manzoni. Showing from September 24th to January 6th.
The Renaissance halls of Palazzo Strozzi will host the works of a living Chinese contemporary artist: Ai Weiwei, representative protagonist of the struggle for the defense of human rights. Showing from September 22nd to January 22nd.
“Le Ninfee nella Villa dei Capolavori” is the title of the exposure featuring the series of the waterlilies realized by Claude Monet in the last thirty years of his pictorial production. Showing at the Foundation Magnani Rocca from September 3rd to December 11th.
In the splendid frame of Palazzo Ducale, the sensual Venere di Urbino will return in her hometown. Titian created this masterpiece in 1538, today preserved in the Uffizi Gallery in Florence. Showing from September 6th to December 18th.
From September 17th to January 14th Palazzo Roverella will be the center of the exhibit “I Nabis, Gauguin e la pittura italiana d’avanguardia“. A fascinating itinerary in the pictorial language of the Nabis, Parisian post-impressionist artists from the last years of the XIX century. Considered as founders of a new style, characterized by archaisms and an emotional use of the color, they influenced the vast European pictorial panorama. Curated by Giandomenico Romanelli.