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ART EXHIBITIONS MARCH 2017

OPERA & BALLET OCTOBER 2017
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ART EXHIBITIONS OCTOBER 2017
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THEATRE OCTOBER 2017
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CONCERTS OCTOBER 2017
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OPERA & BALLET SEPTEMBER 2017
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ART EXHIBITIONS SEPTEMBER 2017
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THEATRE SEPTEMBER 2017
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CONCERTS SEPTEMBER 2017
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film: GIANNI AGNELLI. "KING OF ITALY"
director: DEAN BAKER
starring: GIANNI AGNELLI (Young Men Never Die), KEVIN McDONALD
screenplay: Hanna Mayer
shot on location Palazzo della Ragione, Milan
special thanks: FIAT GROUP, CANON, RAI TECHE, SKIRA
music: Stefano Ianne, Bob Powell, Scott Landers, Eddie Wedder, updating
film running time: 00:16:14


GIANNI AGNELLI | ITALIAN STYLE ICON. A celebrity’s life: he was as adored as a movie star. Upon meeting him, Federico Fellini, one of Italy’s most famous film directors said: “Put a helmet on him, put him on a horse. He has the face of a king.”
Gianni Agnelli (12 March 1921 – 24 January 2003)

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PALAZZO REALE - Piazza Duomo 12 - Milano | Info: (+39) 02.02.02

Opening Hours
Monday 2.30 pm - 7.30 pm
Tue Wed Fri Sun 9.30 am-19.30 pm
Thu Sun 9.30 am – 22.30 pm
Ticket office closes an hour before show closing time.
Public transports
Tram: 1,2,3,12,15,16,19,24,27
Bus: 54
Tube: MM1/MM3 Duomo








KEITH HARING. About art
 
 
21 February 2017 - 18 June 2017




The exhibition KEITH HARING. About art at Palazzo Reale in Milan gives an overview of the career and works of the American artist and social activist whose visual language has become globally recognised. On display are 110 works from public and private collections from Europe, America and Asia, many of them colossal, and some unpublished or never exhibited before in Italy.
The works are presented in the context of the art that inspired Keith Haring to develop his signature style: from classical archaeology, pre-Columbian art, Pacific masks and creations by Native Americans, to the masters of the 20th century, such as Jackson Pollock, Jean Dubuffet and Paul Klee.

 

 





Manet and modern Paris
 
8 March 2017 - 2 July 2017





This exhibition at Palazzo Reale is focused on some masterpieces by Edouard Manet that come from the collections of the Musée d'Orsay and portray the artist's attitude towards the changes taking place in Paris between 1850 and 1880 when the city was going to become "capital of capitals". Two almost consecutive ‘Expositions Universelles’, in 1855 and 1867, contributed to increase the rhythm of life in Paris: Manet and his contemporaries well witness the big race into the ‘modern age’.

An exhibition Comune di Milano - Cultura, Palazzo Reale, MondoMostreSkira
Curated by Guy Cogeval, Caroline Mathieu, Isolde Pludermacher

  

MUSEO DEL NOVECENTO - Piazza Duomo 12 - Milano | Info: (+39) 72095659

PALAZZO DELL'ARENGARIO
Opening Hours
Mon 14.30pm - 7.30pm
Tue-Wed-Frid-Sun 9.30am-7.30pm
Thu-Sat 9.30am – 10.30pm
Info: 02.88444061
Public Transpots
Tram: 1,2,3,12,15,16,19,24,27
Bus: 54
Tube: MM1/MM3 Duomo


The Museo del Novecento (Museum of the Twentieth Century) in Palazzo dell'Arengario, is a public venue for the display of Milan's collection of Twentieth-Century Art. The museum is intended to be an important cultural institute for researching, understanding and investigating the artistic phenomena, the forms and the language of Twentieth-Century Art. In the 8,200 square metres of exhibition hall will be on display works by Picasso, Braque, Klee, Modigliani, Fontana, Marinetti, De Chirico, Morandi, Burri, and other famous twentieth century artists ranging from the beginning of the century to the 1960s. The paintings and statues will be displayed in chronological order and many have been donated from private collections.


PALAZZO MORANDO - Via Sant'Andrea 6 - Milano | Info: (+39) 02.02.02

Opening Hours
Monday closed
Tue Sun 9am - 13pm | 2.00 pm-5.30pm

Public transports
Tram: 1,2
Bus: 54,61,73,94
Tube: MM1 stop Duomo / MM3 stop Montenapoleone








Manolo Blahnik. The Art of Shoes
 
26 January  2017 - 9 April 2017






The retrospective dedicated to the great shoemaker of the stars aims at illustrating the world of Manolo Blahnik, one of the most prominent names in contemporary fashion. His creative path is represented in the museum halls at Palazzo Morando where in addition to the Historical Collections, 80 drawings and about 200 shoes covering almost 50 years of his work as a stylist will be on display, as well as a selection of 20 photos shot by great photographers who celebrated shoes in the most diverse contexts.




RICAMI DI LUCE.
Paillettes e lustrini nella moda di Palazzo Morando 1770-2004

EMBROIDERY OF LIGHT.
Sequins and glitter in the fashion of Palazzo Morando 1770-2004
 

 15 December 2016 - 2 July 2017
 
 





“Rosa Genoni 1867-1954.
Alle radici dello stile italiano”
 
Installation

17 February - 2 July 2017
 
 
 

PINACOTECA DI BRERA - via Brera, 28 - | Info: (+39) 02 722 631

ORARI
Monday - Sunday
8.30 am - 7.15 pm

Ticket office closes an hour before show closing time.
Public transports
Tram: 1,2,3,12,14,15,16,19,24,27
Bus: 54
Metro: MM1/MM3 Duomo






The Disputation of Saint Stephen
among the Doctors in the Sanhedrin
Vittore Carpaccio

 
 



The canvas was part of a narrative cycle depicting Scenes from the Life of Saint Stephen executed for the Venetian seat of the confraternity dedicated to the saint and dispersed in 1806 following the Napoleonic abolitions.
The confraternity, also known as the Scuola di Santo Stefano, was made up of members of the Wool Guild and at the outset held its meetings and services in the sacristy of the church of Santo Stefano. In 1476 the Scuola obtained permission from the friars of the nearby monastery to construct a chapel of their own and, in 1506, to decorate it as they chose.
Between 1510 and 1520, Carpaccio painted canvases as decorations for the rooms, including the one now in Brera. The theme chosen stimulated the painter’s narrative vein, here applied to an exotic setting that allowed him to let his imagination run free and produce fanciful works of architecture – although there are echoes of existing structures, such as Verrocchio’s equestrian monument to Colleoni – and unusual Oriental costumes. On the other hand, a solid realism characterizes the representation of the figures in the foreground, where only three doctors wearing turbans are mixed up with numerous portraits of members of the confraternity.
The handling of the composition and perspective is rigorous, as is evident from the construction of the portico in the foreground and the foreshortening of the volumes set on the steps.



MUSEO POLDI PEZZOLI - Via Manzoni 12 - Milano | Info: (+39) 79 4889/6334

Opening Hours
Mon-Sun 10.00 am - 6.00 pm
 
Ticket office closes an hour before show closing time.
Public transports
Tram 1 stop Via Montenapoleone
Tube MM1 / Duomo
MM3 Duomo - Via Montenapoleone







20TH CENTURY ITALIAN JEWELS
 
24 November 2016 - 20 March 2017





This exhibition presents Italian jewelry of the twentieth century, showing the evolution of this art, in chronological order, and illustrating the different aspects of this production.
From the early twentieth century up to the success of Made in Italy from the sixties, when Italy was the greatest jewelry industry in the world.
 


PAC Padiglione d'Arte Contemporanea Via Palestro 14|Info 02 88446359

Opening Hours
Monday 2.30 pm - 7.30 pm
from Tue to Sun 9.30 am - 7.30 pm

Ticket office closes an hour before show closing time.
Public transports
Tram: 1,2
Bus: 61,94
Tube: MM1 stop Palestro






SANTIAGO SIERRA. Mea Culpa


28 March 2017 — 4 June 2017






Installation, photography, video and performance for the first retrospective in Italy of the contemporary Spanish artist.
 
 


Credits:. Royal Palace, Brera Pinacoteca, Museo Poldi Pezzoli, PAC

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