EXHIBITIONS: MUST TO SEE IN SEPTEMBER IN ITALY
The list of exhibitions not to be missed in September 😉
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. 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
CULTURE CHANEL. The woman who reads. From Greek authors to modern poets, Gabrielle Chanel’s library will reveals works that influenced her life and shaped the personality of the woman who was not only a great fashion designer, but a great reader, as well.
Venice was one of the places from which Coco drew her inspiration, and here for the first time her library will be displayed.
17th september 2016 – 8th january 2017
Ca’ Pesaro – Galleria Internazionale d’Arte Moderna
READ ALSO: CULTURE CHANEL. The woman who reads.
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 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
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.
Previews – exhibitions that open in October
Maya. language of beauty
8th october 2016 – 5th march 2017
Palazzo Della Gran Guardia, Verona
READ ALSO: to know more Maya: language of beauty.
History of Impressionism
29th october 2016 – 17th april 2017
Treviso, Museo di Santa Caterina
READ ALSO: to know more History of impressionism in Treviso.
5th november 2016 – 19th february 2017
READ ALSO: to know more My visit to the exhibition dedicated to Boccioni in Milan.
15th october – 1st may 2017
Casa dei Carraresi, Treviso