Exhibitions 2016: exhibitions you can’t miss in April
A list of exhibitions you can’t miss in April 2016.
As always, I invite you all to write your own comments about the exhibitions you recommend to visit.
Joan Mirò. The force of matter – A wide selection of works realized between 1931 and 1981 from the great Catalan artist.
Until 11 September 2016
MUDEC. Museo delle culture, Milan
Symbolism. Art in Europe from the Belle Époque to the Great War– 150 pieces of art from private collections, from both Italian and European museums are exhibited in order to represent both the artistic features and the protagonists of Symbolism.
3 February – 5 June 2016
Palazzo Reale (Royal Palace), Milan
READ ALSO: Symbolism on exhibition in Milan my own review of the exhibition.
Edward Hopper – The exhibition at Palazzo Fava- Palazzo delle Esposizioni di Bologna displays a representative collection of Hopper’s whole artistic production, from the Parisian watercolours, to the landscapes, and the urban views of the 1950s and 1960s, through more than 60 works.
Until July 24th 2016
Palazzo Fava, Bologna
READ ALSO: Hopper on exhibition in Bologna.
I Macchiaioli. Le collezioni svelate”( The Macchiaioli. The disclosed collections) – For the first time important paintings by the Macchiaioli, and not only, are on exhibition. They are displayed in the background of ancient collections which originally hosted them. The exhibition is divided into 9 sections that allow visitors to discover the Macchiaioli, the most important Italian artistic movement in the 19th century, and the cultural climate which was the background of the events happened to those artists.
16 March– 4 September 2016
Chiostro del Bramante (Cloister of Bramante), Rome
Aldo Manuzio. Il Rinascimento di Venezia – At the Gallerie dell’Accademia an exhibition retraces a unique and unrepeatable period in the history of European and Western art, during which books were able to change the world.
19 March – 19 June 2016
Gallerie dell’Accademia, Venice
READ ALSO: Aldo Manuzio. Il Rinascimento di Venezia (Aldus Manutius. The Renaissance in Venice), the preview of the exhibition.
Correggio e Parmigianino. Arte a Parma nel Cinquecento – The exhibition aims to allow visitors to avail themselves of a selection of masterpieces from some of the world’s leading museums to compare and contrast the artistic careers of two of the greatest luminaries of the Italian Renaissance – Antonio Allegri known as Correggio (1489-1534) and Francesco Mazzola known as Parmigianino (1503-40).
Until 26 june 2016
Scuderie del Quirinale, Rome
Umberto Boccioni: genius and memory – On the centenary of the death of Boccioni the Palazzo Reale in Milan (the Royal Palace of Milan) celebrates the great artist of Futurism with an exhibition, focusing on his work in Milan.
From 23 March 2016
Palazzo Reale (Royal Palace), Milan
READ ALSO: Boccioni in Milan. Some information in advance on the exhibition.
Giovanni Bellini. A masterpiece for Venice – The Drunkenness of Noah. 500 years after the death of Giovanni Bellini, Venice celebrates him with a programme of a series of events in which the main cultural institutions will be involved. Celebrations will start with the exhibition of the painting “The Drunkenness of Noah” at the Museo Correr. This painting is considered the artistic will of the Master.
Until 18 giugno 2016
Museo Correr, Piazza San Marco – Venice
READ ALSO: The drunkenness of Noah by Giovanni Bellini.
Piero della Francesca. Exploring a legend- the legend of Piero della Francesca.
An ambitious exhibition and one of the most awaited exhibition in 2016.
13 February – 26 June 2016
Musei San Domenico, Forlì
READ ALSO: Piero della Francesca. Exploring a legend to read some information in advance.