Arte e Cultura Mostre ed Esposizioni Tempo libero

EXHIBITIONS MILAN

Until Sunday on June 2
EXHIBITION OF ANTONELLO DA MESSINA IN MILAN
Organized in collaboration with the Sicilian Region, Antonello da Messina exhibition at Palazzo Reale in Milan collects an exceptional selection of masterpieces of the Sicilian painter. Born about in 1430 in the Sicilian town, Antonello trained by Colantonio in Naples. Here he entered in contact with the Flemish art from which he inherited the ability of details which can be seen in his wonderful portraits. At the same time, maybe through journeys in the central part of Italy, he studied the masters of the Tuscan Renaissance, who led him paint figures with a strong plastic art, softened by the use of the light. Thanks to exceptional loans of prestigious national and international museums, the exhibition is a unique occasion to see masterpieces of one of the most important artists of the European Renaissance.

Monday: 2.30 pm- 7.30pm; Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday: 9.30 am-7.30 pm; Thursday and Saturday: 9.30 am -10.30 pm
Palazzo Reale – www.palazzorealemilano.it
Until Sunday on June 16

EXHIBITION OF MORBELLI IN MILAN – Morbelli 1853-1919
In the recurrence of the centenary of the death, the Gallery of Modern Art of Milan dedicates an important monographic exhibition to the artist from Piedmont, Angelo Morbelli, important exponent of the Italian Pointillism. From the masterpieces coming from the collection of the 19th century of the Gallery of Modern Art, the museum proposes an occasion of studying the personality of the original painter of Alexandria through two fields of research, one to illustrate his technical experimentation in direction of a more and more meticulous application of the pointillism, the other based on some specific themes on which Morbelli returned during his career. In a rich path embellished by the comparison with works of contemporary artists such as Medardo Rosso and Giovanni Segantini the exhibition documents the evolution of the painting of Morbelli.

Monday: closed; Tuesday – Sunday: 9.30 am- 5.30 pm
Galleria d’Arte Moderna di Milano – www.gam-milano.com
Until Sunday on June 23

JEAN-AUGUSTE DOMINIQUE INGRES
The artistic life a the time of Bonaparte
The Ingres exhibition in Milan shows the portrait ability of the artist of the odalisque, Realist and Mannerist at the same time, fascinating for his expressive exaggerations as for his taste of truth. His celebrated female figures, his innate propensity to the drawing, his works of mythological subject well illustrate the modernity of his artistic production, in the European cultural context between 1780 and 1820. Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres, influenced by the painting of Raffaello and by his stays in Rome and in Florence where he had way the chance to compare with the masterpieces of the Italian Renaissance and the culture of the peninsula, he created works of extreme refinement and elegance combining the softness of the stroke with the sweetest chromatic harmonies.

Monday: 2.30 pm-7.30 pm; Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday: 9.30 am-7.30 pm; Thursday and Saturday: 9.30 am-10.30 pm
Milan, Palazzo Reale  – www.palazzorealemilano.it
Until Sunday on June 30

MERLETTI E DESIGN
Situated in the Fashion quadrilateral, the exhibition “Merletti e Design Intrecci creativi a Cantù dal Novecento a oggi”, organized by Comitato per la Promozione del Merletto (Lace Promotion Committee) as testimony and tribute to a precious art cultivated over time with patience and passion, is to be held in the ancient Palazzo Morando. The aim of this exhibition is to show how this synergy between design and craft skill has come about, considering the case of Cantù (Como), a centre of uninterrupted production from the seventeenth century until today. By means of a selection of prestigious exemplars, accompanied by their designs, it will be possible to follow not just the history of the production of this city, but also to reflect on the future of a high-quality Italian speciality which, since the second half of the twentieth century has met with varying fortunes in fashion as in furnishings. Despite this, hand-made lace has continued to flourish to this day, thanks to the passion of many lace-makers who, individually or working together in associations and schools continue to produce amateur handicraft of high technical quality.

Palazzo Morando / Costume Moda Immagine
www.costumemodaimmagine.mi.it – www.merletti.it – www.merlettidesign.it
Until Sunday on June 30

UNA VITA DA SCIENZIATA I VOLTI DEL PROGETTO #100ESPERTE
organised by Fondazione Bracco
Fondazione Bracco organized a photographic exhibition in the Italian Diagnostic Centre of Milan to present faces and competences of some of the scientists of the project #100esperte, born to give value to the female expertise in sectors still considered a male domination. Biologists, chemists, pharmacologists, engineers, astrophysicals, mathematicians, surgeons, palenthologists, computer technicians are only few jobs, at the highest level, of the scientists represented by the famous French photographer Gerard Bruneau, eclectic author and sensitive artist.

Mon-Fri 7am-7pm and Saturday 7am-6pm free Entry
Centro Diagnostico Italiano – www.fondazionebracco.com
Until Sunday on July 14

MOSTRA “IL MERAVIGLIOSO MONDO DELLA NATURA”
On the occasion of five hundred years of the death of Leonardo da Vinci, Palazzo Reale in Milan guests the exhibition “Il meraviglioso mondo della natura”, an exhibition that illustrates the representation of the nature in Lombardy that changed thanks to the researches carried out by the Tuscan artist. The proto-scientific approach of Leonardo will be the base of the researches of the Lombard artists of his time, in his work it is possible to find a progressive evolution of the role in the art of the nature. With important paintings of the Milanese civic collections and prestigious loans, the exhibition “Il meraviglioso mondo della natura” at Palazzo Reale, proposes a striking path between art and nature, embellished by the spectacular preparation that includes the works painters with the naturalist finds coming from the Museum of Natural History of Milan.

Monday: 2.30 pm-7.30 pm; Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday: 9.30 am-7.30 pm; Thursday and Saturday: 9.30 am-10.30 pm
Palazzo Reale di Milano – www.palazzorealemilano.it

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