JULIUS II, RAFFAELLO AND THE BOLOGNESE RENAISSANCE ON SHOW IN BOLOGNA
Bologna discovers its importance in the 15th and 16th centuries thanks to an exhibition focusing on Pope Julius II, Raphael and the Bolognese Renaissance.
Thanks to an exceptional loan, a masterpiece of art history arrives in the city, creating an opportunity to reconsider Bologna as a not secondary protagonist of the Renaissance.
Elisabetta Sirani (1638 – 1665), Maddalena penitente. Olio su tela. 105 x 80 cm (firmata e datata 1658). Dettaglio
ELISABETTA SIRANI. PAINTER IN 17TH CENTURY BOLOGNA
The career of Elisabetta Sirani as a painter is encompassed within a decade.
Born on 8 January 1638, she made her debut at the age of seventeen, in 1655, when she began to record the paintings she was commissioned to paint.
Having succeeded her father in the family workshop, Elisabeth is one of those women artists of whom we have known nothing for too long.
Her workshop is an all-female one, and now an exhibition sheds light on her life and works.
Elisabetta Sirani painter
Backstage della realizzazione del progetto Renaissance di Ruggero Rosfer, Cooperativa scultori di Carrara, 2022. Ph. Davide Pedace #3
THE MULTIFACETED WORKS OF RUGGERO ROSFER
Ruggero Rosfer’s works are an expression of the multifaceted attitude of an artist who can range from film to music, from photography to commercials.
Ruggero Rosfer sculpts and moulds matter until it is able to tell a story, thanks to the combination of different languages and the use of different dimensions.
From drawing to sculpture, from photography to two- and three-dimensional works, Ruggero Rosfer’s works offer new points of view and allow you to go beyond.
The works of Ruggero Rosfer
Giosetta Fioroni, Il posto delle fragole, 2006, tecnica mista su tela, cm 95 x 73, Archivio Giosetta Fioroni
THE LITTLE BIG HEART OF GIOSETTA FIORONI ON SHOW
An exhibition dedicated to Giosetta Fioroni’s little big heart, a tribute to one of the most important living artists of the second half of the Italian 20th century.
An event that traces the artist’s entire career, from the experiences of the 1960s linked to the Scuola di Piazza del Popolo up to the present.
Giosetta Fioroni on show
FIRST PERSONAL EXHIBITION OF ANDREA BOWERS IN ITALY
Moving in Space without Asking Permission is Andrea Bowers’ first solo exhibition in Italy.
Curated by Bruna Roccasalva, the exhibition offers an immersive experience within the artist’s work and her commitment to the fight for gender equality and women’s emancipation.
personal exhibition of Andrea Bowers in Italy