May finally seems to be the month of the restart, art is back on the scene and there are many exhibitions that open their doors to visitors in Italy, naturally respecting the rules imposed by the pandemic.
The billboard is really full of events that we want to hope will be yet another step towards normality.
We have chosen to tell you about the exhibitions that inspire us the most and that we cannot miss, but in the next articles we will point out as many exhibitions as possible, some located in small towns in the Italian province, but which are, in our view, truly unmissable.
Let’s start from Milan where it is staged at Palazzo Reale, until next September 12th
DIVINE E AVANGUARDIE. LA DONNA NELL’ARTE RUSSA
THE DIVINE AVANT-GARDE. THE WOMAN IN RUSSIAN ART
The exhibition returns an idea of Russian art and the fundamental role of women in this country, their contribution to the history of art, their role in society for the emancipation and recognition of rights through a rich body of works , using different means of expression and techniques to represent cultural and social evolution.
LE SIGNORE DELL’ ARTE – STORIE DI DONNE TRA ‘500 E ‘600
THE LADIES OF ART – WOMEN’S STORIES BETWEEN ‘500 AND’ 600
Also in Milan, Palazzo Reale, until 25 July 2021 it is possible to visit a beautiful exhibition that tells us about the art and the incredible lives of 34 different artists who are rediscovered through over 130 works, testifying to an intense creative vitality throughout feminine, in a singular tale of exciting stories of already “modern” women.
REGINA. DELLA SCULTURA
REGINA. OF SCULPTURE
The curtain of GAMeC opens in Bergamo, from April 28 to August 29 with the first retrospective in an Italian museum dedicated to Regina Cassolo Bracchi, aka Regina (May 21, 1894 – September 14, 1974), one of the most fascinating and innovative figures and still less known today than the European art scene of the twentieth century.
IMPRESSIONISTI. ALL’ORIGINE DELLA MODERNITA’
IMPRESSIONISTS. AT THE ORIGIN OF MODERNITY
In Gallarate, at the MA * GA Museum from 30 May 2021 to 6 January 2022, a large exhibition is presented with over 180 works by the major exponents of French and Italian painting of the second half of the 19th century, from Gericault to Courbet, from Manet to Renoir, from Monet to Cézanne to Gauguin, to Boldini and De Nittis, coming from Italian and French public and private collections.
Do not miss the next articles with which we will present the whole Italian panorama of exhibitions that, we are sure, will make us smile through Beauty!