EXHIBITIONS 2016: MUST TO SEE IN OCTOBER IN ITALY
The list of exhibitions not to be missed in October 😉
Umberto Boccioni (1882-1916). Genius and Memory – On the 100th anniversary of the death of Umberto Boccioni a series of events have been arranged to celebrate this great artist, starting with the great exhibition held in Milan Umberto Boccioni. Genio e Memoria (Umberto Boccioni. Genius and Memory), as I told you in a post I dedicated to my visit to the exhibition.
5 Novembre 2016 / 19 Febbraio 2017
Mart – Rovereto
Maya. Language of beauty – An exhibition dedicated to the Maya culture will arrive in Italy, and it will run from October 8th 2016 to March 5th2017.
On show around 300 works of art which will allow you to explore all the aspects of one of the most fascinating civilizations of the Pre-Columbian Americas.
8th october 2016 – 5th march 2017
Palazzo Della Gran Guardia, Verona
READ ALSO: my visit to the exhibition of Maya.
Francis Bacon – an exhibition dedicated to Francis Bacon, in collaboration with the Sigmund Freud Museum in Vienna, which will analyze the life of Bacon and his artistic experience. You’ll find a detailed article about the exhibition in the post Exhibition dedicated to Francis Bacon.
From October 15th 2016 to May 1st 2017
Casa dei Carraresi, Treviso
History of Impressionism. The exhibition will illustrate the period between the 19th century and the early 20th century and will put on display works by the greatest artists of Impressionism.
You will probably think that there are too many exhibitions devoted to Impressionism, but I can assure you that this one will be different, as I will explain in this post..
October 29 ottobre, 2016 – April 17 aprile, 2017
Treviso, Museo di Santa Caterina
READ ALSO: what to see in Treviso: what to see and where to go.
The impressionism Zandomeneghi – Federico Zandomeneghi was a natural. Through oil paintings and pastels, most of them unknown to the public, it will be possible to discover a real talent and an artistic personality so far not known.
From 1st october 2016 to 29th january 2017
Palazzo Zabarella, Padova
Picasso Figure (1906-1971) – Un’opera per ogni anno della vita di Pablo Picasso nel periodo che va dal 1906 fino all’inizio degli anni ‘70.
Dopo anni dall’ultima retrospettiva milanese dedicata al più ecclettico degli artisti del Novecento, tornano per la prima volta in Italia 90 opere concessi in prestito dal Musée national Picasso di Paris.
Dal 15 ottobre 2016 al 12 marzo 2017
AMO, Arena Museo Opera, Palazzo Forti – Verona
Liberty in Italia. Artisti alla ricerca del moderno – Una raffinata indagine sul Liberty in Italia. Sette sezioni che vedono riunite quasi 300 opere: dipinti, sculture, illustrazioni, progetti architettonici, manifesti, ceramiche, incisioni.
Dal 5 novembre 2016 al 14 febbraio 2017
Palazzo Magnani, Reggio Emilia
Da Guttuso a Vedova a Schifano. Il filo della pittura in Italia nel secondo Novecento”. (“From Guttuso to Vedova to Schifano. The thread of Italian painting during the second half of the 20th century”) – one of the many important exhibitions in Treviso, an exhibition devoted to Italian art of the early 20th century featuring works of around 50 artists born between the early 20th century and the late 1930s.
From October 29th 2016 to April 17th 2017
Museum of Santa Caterina, Treviso
he Nabis, Gauguin and the Italian avant-garde painting – The great painters of the late ‘800 and early’ 900, including Emile Bernard, Paul Gauguin, Felix Vallotton, Paul Serusier, Gino Rossi, Oscar Ghiglia, are among the protagonists of a journey of colors and emotions.
From 17th september to 14th january 2017
Palazzo Roverella, Rovigo
Peter Paul Rubens and the Birth of Baroque – The big autumn exhibition at Palazzo Reale in Milan dedicated to the great artist Peter Paul Rubens.
26th october 2016 – 26th february 2017
Milan, Palazzo Reale
Hokusai, Hiroshige, Utamaro – Over 200 photographs and illustrated books for a journey into the world of Japanese culture.
22nd september 2016 – 29th january 2017
Milano, Palazzo Reale
CULTURE CHANEL. The woman who reads. The exhibition which at the end of summer will take place in Venice is dedicated to Coco Chanel, to her story and her relationship with books and reading.
17th september 2016 – 8th january 2017
Ca’ Pesaro – Galleria Internazionale d’Arte Moderna
Santa Croce 2076 – Venice
READ ALSO: Culture Chanel, the woman who reads.
Ai Weiwei. Libero – 22 orange rubber boats anchored to the Palazzo Strozzi’s windows in Florence which will disgust art lovers, who want to see art always inside a museum.
23 settembre 2016 – 22 gennaio 2017
Palazzo Strozzi, Firenze
LEGGI ANCHE: The post I dedicated to the exhibition of Ai Weiwei at the Palazzo Strozzi and the controversies of the people of Florence.
ORLANDO FURIOSO 500 ANNI. Cosa vedeva Ariosto quando chiudeva gli occhi – April 22, 1516, in a printing of Ferrara, ended the Orlando Furioso press, symbol work of Italian Renaissance.
In the fifth centenary Ferrara celebrates the poem with an exhibition of paintings, sculptures, tapestries, books, manuscripts, musical instruments, ceramics, weapons and rare items.
24th september 2016 – 8th january 2017
Palazzo dei Diamanti, Ferrara