Exhibitions in Rovigo 2020: all the events not to be missed

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EXHIBITIONS AT ROVIGO 2020: ALL THE EVENTS NOT TO BE MISSED

Here are the exhibitions in Rovigo 2020 and all the unmissable events on a list that will be constantly updated during the year.
In this post you will find the most beautiful exhibitions to see according to an order that starts from the last exhibition that opens to the public and ends with the first exhibition inaugurated this year.

Exhibitions in Rovigo 2020: exhibitions to see

MARC CHAGALL “even my Russia will love me”
Palazzo Roverella

Marc Chagall | La passeggiata

Marc Chagall, La passeggiata, 1917-18, San Pietroburgo, Museo Statale Russo © Chagall ®, by SIAE 2019

  • MARC CHAGALL “even my Russia will love me”
    An exhibition that chooses a specific theme: the influence that Russian popular culture has had on all of Chagall’s work.
    The exhibition brings over one hundred works to Rovigo, about 70 paintings on canvas and on paper as well as the two extraordinary series of engravings and etchings published in the first years of the artist’s distance from Russia.

Exhibition curated by Claudia Zevi
When
: 4 April 2020 – 5 July 2020
Where: Rovigo, Palazzo Roverella

“La Quercia di Dante”. VISIONS OF THE HELL.
Dorè – Rauschenberg – Brand

Palazzo Roncale

Gustave Doré | Divina Commedia

Gustave Doré: Divina Commedia, Inferno canto XIX, I poeti si fermano a parlare con Niccolò III

  • “La Quercia di Dante”. VISIONS OF THE HELL. Dorè – Rauschenberg – Brand
    A journey to discover Dante’s Inferno with the drawings of three great artists: Dorè – Rauschenberg – Brand.

Exhibition curated by Alessia Vedova, Mauro Carrera, Barbara Codogno, Virginia Baradel.
When
: 28 February 2020 – 28 June 2020
Where: Rovigo, Palazzo Roncale

ROBERT DOISNEAU
Palazzo Roverella

Robert Doisneau

Le baiser de l’Hôtel de Ville, Paris 1950 © Robert Doisneau

  • ROBERT DOISNEAU
    Doisneau is considered one of the great masters of humanist photography and street photojournalism. With his goal he captured the daily life of the men and women who populate Paris and his banlieue, with all the emotions of the gestures and situations in which they are engaged.
    This exhibition pays tribute to the works of Doisneau, who captured happiness and love captured with his lens.

Edited by Gabriel Bauret
When
: 26 September 2020 – 31 January 2021
Where: Rovigo, Palazzo Roverella

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