Exhibitions 2016: must to see in October in Italy

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Exhibitions 2016: must to see in October in Italy

The list of exhibitions not to be missed in October 😉

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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

LEGGI ANCHE: il post con le informazioni sulla mostra dei Maya, ma se vuoi approfondire e saperne di più sul progetto espositivo leggi il post speciale che ho scritto sulla mostra dei Maya a Verona.

Francis Bacon | mostre Treviso

 

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

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“Tiziano Rubens Rembrandt. L’immagine femminile tra Cinquecento e Seicento. Tre capolavori dalla Scottish National Gallery di Edimburgo”. (“Titian Rubens Rembrandt. The female image between the 16th century and the 17th century”. Three masterpieces on loan from the Scottish National Gallery of Edinburgh) – 3 masterpieces painted by three Masters, that influenced some of the French artists of the 19th century on exhibition at the Palazzo Giacomelli“Storie dell’Impressionismo” (History of Impressionism”), inspiring the Impressionists’ female portrait.
On show “Venere che sorge dal mare” (“Venus rising from the sea”) by Titian, “The Feast of Herod” by Rubens and “A woman in bed” by Rembrandt”

From October 29th 2016 to April 17th 2017
Palazzo Giacomelli, Treviso.

READ ALSO: what to see in Treviso: what to see and where to go.

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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

emilio vedova

“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”) –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

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The 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

Tiziano Vecellio | Venere che sorge dal mare

Tiziano Vecellio, Venere che sorge dal mare, 1520 circa, olio su tela, cm 15,8 x 57,6. Edinburgh, Scottish National Gallery

“Tiziano Rubens Rembrandt. L’immagine femminile tra Cinquecento e Seicento. Tre capolavori dalla Scottish National Gallery di Edimburgo”. (“Titian Rubens Rembrandt. The female image between the 16th century and the 17th century”. Three masterpieces on loan from the Scottish National Gallery of Edinburgh) – 3 masterpieces painted by three Masters, that influenced some of the French artists of the 19th century on exhibition at the Palazzo Giacomelli“Storie dell’Impressionismo” (History of Impressionism”), inspiring the Impressionists’ female portrait.
On show “Venere che sorge dal mare” (“Venus rising from the sea”) by Titian, “The Feast of Herod” by Rubens and “A woman in bed” by Rembrandt”

From October 29th 2016 to April 17th 2017
Palazzo Giacomelli, Treviso

READ ALSO: Titian painter: photo gallery of Titian’s paintings.

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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

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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

Coco Chanel

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.

mostra Brueghel Torino

Brueghel – An exhibition on the most important family of Flemish artists, active between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
The Brueghel have become a trademark of pictorial art excellence, becoming interpreters of the splendor of the seventeenth century.

21st september 2016 – 19th february 2017
Reggia di Venaria, Turin

Ippolito Caffi | mostre Venezia

IPPOLITO CAFFI 1809 – 1866. Between Venice and the Orient – 150 years ago during the Battle of Lissa, Ippolito Caffi (1809-1866) lost his life on the sinking ship Re d’Italia, on which he had embarked to document the events of the war through his swift and accurate drawings.

28th may – 20th november 2016
Museo Correr, Venice

Paolo Uccello | San Giorgio e il drago

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

Escher 6

Escher The exhibition Escher in Milan will feature 200 works and an itinerary which will be an ideal journey within Escher’s artistic development, starting from his training as an engraver and a fellow of Art Noveau.

24th June – 22nd January, 2017
Palazzo Reale, Milan

READ ALSO: to know more Escher in Milan: the exhibition dedicated to Escher will arrive in Lombardia.

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Museo Bagatti Valsecchi

A Family Affair. The Marinoni and the Polyptych of St. John the Baptist – The Polyptych of St. John the Baptist returns home after being in restoration for a year. Its return is being celebrated by the Bagatti Valsecchi Museum with a compact exhibit, curated by Chiara Paratico, who analyzed this work as intense as it remains partly a mystery.

June 16th – October 2nd, 2016
Museo Bagatti Valsecchi, Milano

READ ALSO: The Bagatti Valsecchi Museum: a house museum in the centre of Milan.

i pittori della luce Mart

I pittori della luce. Dal Divisionismo al Futurismo (Painters of light. From Divisionism to Futurism) – From June 25th to October 9th 2016 at the Mart Museum (the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art of Trento and Rovereto) masterpieces by Segantini, Pelizza da Volpedo, Boccioni, Balla, Carrà, and several artists who made a revolution in art world will be on exhibition.
On view 80 works of art divided into 6 sections, retracing the origins and the development of Divisionism, which will pave the way to Futurism.

25th June – 9th october 2016
Mart, Rovereto

READ ALSO: Painters of light. Review of the exhibitions at the Mart museum.

 

 

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