Italian art exhibitions 2015

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where else but Venice but the galleries have plenty of ehibitions to attract you too!

where else but Venice but the galleries have plenty of exhibitions to attract you too!

With the assistance – as usual – of the Italian National Tourist Board, we list here the main art exhibitions that will be showing in Italy this year.

Ferrara – “ La Rosa di Fuoco. Barcelona of Picasso and Gaudi.” Palazzo dei DiamantiFrom 19April to 19 July 2015.

Florence  – “Power and Pathos.  Bronze of the Hellenisti,” Palazzo StrozziFrom 14 March to 21 June 2015

Florence – “Piero di Cosimo, Uffizi Gallery. From 22 June to 27 Sept.

Florence – “Bellezza Divina. Sacred Art from Gaugin to Fontana.” Palazzo StrozziFrom 26 September 2015 to 24 January 2016.

Forli (Emilio Romagna)  “Boldoni, the Enchantment of Modernity from Macchiaioli Painters to Paris”Musei di San Domenico. From 1 Feb. to 14 June 2015.

Milan – “Leonardo”, Palazzo Reale, Milan, From 15 April to 19 July 2015,

Milan – “Giotto,” Palazzo Reale  From 2 September 2015 to 10 Jan 2016,

Padua – “Giovanni Fattore –Painter”, Palazzo Zabarella, From 3 Oct. 2015 to 28 Feb

Ravenna    – “Il Bel Paese, The Beautiful Country. Italy from the Risorgimento to the Great War, from the Macchiaioli to the Futurists.” Museo d’Arte della città di Ravenna. From 22 Feb. to 14 June 2015

Reggio Emilia (Emilia Romagna) – “Piero Della Francesca  – Drawings between art and science” Palazzo Magnani, 14 Mar – 14 Jun 2015.

Rome – “Bi-millenial of the Emperor Augustus. The Splendours ad Calendars in Ancient Times. Museo Nazionale Romano in Palazzo Massimo. Until 2 June 2015

Rome – “Giorgio Morandi – Painter.” Complesso del Vittoriano, From 27 Feb to 21 June 2015

Turin – “Claude Monet.” From March to June 2015, GAM – Galleria Civica d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea

Turin – Raffaello and the Arts. From March to September 2015. Reggia di Venaria Reale

Venice – “The poetry of light. Venetian drawings from the National Gallery of Washington” Correr Museum, until March 15th 2015.

Venice –“The Divine Marchesa Art and life of Luisa Casati from the Belle Époque to the spree years.”  Palazzo Fortuny, until March 8th 2015.

Venice – “Porcelain from the collection of Marino Nani Mocenigo.”  Ca’ Rezzonico. Until May 4th 2015.

Venice – “The Serenissimo Prince. History of Doges and Dogaresse,” Doges’ Palace. until February 15th  2015.

Venice – Henri Rousseau – “Archaic Candour,” Doges’ Palace. March 6th until July 5th 2015,





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