Exhibitions in Italy in 2017


EXHIBITIONS IN ITALY IN 2017:
THE MOST IMPORTANT
EXHIBITIONS YOU CAN’T MISS IN 2107

Welcome to the section dedicated to the unmissable exhibitions of 2017, the page which gathers the most important information about the events of the year, and which allows you to plan your exhibitions binge.

In this page you’ll find the best exhibitions of 2016 in Italy, as I did last year with the exhibition of 2016, and I’ll update this page each month with the most important events, whereas at the end of the article you’ll find the list of the links to my articles devoted to the exhibitions to see every month.
Enjoy the read!

Last Update – exhibitions to see in November 2017 in Italy  

—> Go to the list of the exhibitions to see in November 2017 in Italy.

Below you’ll find a selection of the most important events of the year.
At the end you’ll find the list of the most important exhibitions and the links to the in-depth studies and to my articles about the exhibitions I visited and I liked.

Giovanni Boldini | Ritratto della principessa Radziwill

Da Hayez a Boldini. Anime e volti della pittura italiana dell’Ottocento
21 january – 11 june 2017
Palazzo Martinengo, Brescia

SEE ALSO: Boldini’s women, a photo gallery.

Art deco | Mostre Forli

Art Decò. Gli anni ruggenti in Italia
11 february – 18 june 2017
Musei San Domenico, Forlì

READ ALSO: Art Deco, a lifestyle.

mostre Genova

SINIBALDO SCORZA (1589 –1631). Favole e natura all’alba del Barocco
10 February 2017 – 04 June 2017
Genova, Palazzo della Meridiana

Keith Haring. About art
February 20 until June 18
Palazzo Reale, Milan.

READ ALSO: Keith Haring, things to know.

Keith Haring | ritratto

Keith Haring in un ritratto di Timothy Greenfield – Sanders, 1986

Bellini e i belliniani
25 February – 18 June 2017
Conegliano, Palazzo Sarcinelli

Guercino
February
Duomo e Palazzo Farnese, Piacenza

Manet e la Parigi moderna
dal 3 marzo al 2 luglio
Palazzo Reale, Milan

READ ALSO: Edouard Manet, the Luncheon on the grass.

Giovanni Boldini
dal 4 marzo
Complesso del Vittoriano, Rome

kandinskij | Mudec | mosre Milano

Kandinskij, il Cavaliere errante
15 March – 2 July 2017
Mudec, Milano

Modigliani
16 March – 16 July 2017
Palazzo Ducale, Genova

DEPERO il mago
Dal 18 March al 2 July 2017
Fondazione Magnani Rocca, Mamiano di Traversetolo (Parma).

Miró
April
Palazzo Albergati, Bologna

Damien Hirst and platinum skull Image source: https://garethleaney.wordpress.com

Damien Hirst and platinum skull Image source: https://garethleaney.wordpress.com

Damien Hirst
from 9 april to 4 september 2017
Palazzo Grassi and Punta della Dogana, Venice

READ ALSO: Damien Hirst exhibition in Venice.

Mark Tobey. Luce filante
6 may – 10 september 2017
Collezione Peggy Guggenheim, Venice

Biennal Arte | mostre Venezia

Biennale Arte 2017 a cura di Christine Macel – VIVA ARTE VIVA
13 may – 26 november 2017
Venice
—> READ ALSO update for The Venice Art Biennale 2017 and why i didn’t like it and why you must visit it.

Pablo Picasso tra Cubismo e Neoclassicismo
Da settembre
Scuderie del Quirinale, Rome

Dentro Caravaggio
from 28 september 2017 to 29 january 2018
Palazzo Reale, Milan

Van Gogh. Tra il grano e il cielo
From 7 ottobre 2017 to 8 aprile 2018
Basilica Palladiana, Vicenza

Simbolismo mistico. Il Salon de la Rose+Croix a Parigi 1892–1897 
28 october 2017 – 7 january 2018
Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice

THE LIST OF THE MOST IMPORTANT EXHIBITIONS IN 2017 TO SEE EACH MONTH

Exhibitions to see in January

Exhibitions to see in February

Exhibitions to see in March

Exhibitions to see in April

Exhibitions to see in May

Exhibitions to see in June

Exhibitions to see in July

Exhibitions to see in August

Exhibitions to see in September

Exhibitions to see in October

Exhibitions to see in November

 

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5 thoughts on “Exhibitions in Italy in 2017

    • Sandra, a Marzo a Milano ci saranno un sacco di mostre interessanti. Keith Haring e Claude Manet le puoi vedere entrambe a Palazzo Reale, ma c’è anche Kandinskij al Museo Mudec.
      A Venezia invece trovi di interessante solo la retrospettiva dedicata all’artista statunitense William Merritt Chase a Ca’ Pesaro, per il resto gli eventi più importanti arrivano ad Aprile e Maggio con Damien Hirst e La Biennale Arte.
      A Firenze io ti consiglio di andare al Museo Salvatore Ferragamo per la mostra “Tra Arte e Moda”, che ripercorre la storia di Ferragamo e delle sue creazioni attraverso le sue ispirazioni dall’arte del ‘900.

      Fammi sapere cosa andrai a vedere 🙂 buon viaggio in Italia!

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