Schedule: Tue / Wed / Fri / Sat / Sun 10 am - 7.30 pm | Thu 10 am - 10.30 pm | Mon closed
Tickets: 17 € | 17 € | 13 € | 6 €
Location: Palazzo Reale
Address: Piazza del Duomo 12
The visionary art of Francisco Goya is revealed in Milan in a major exhibition. About 70 works by the great Spanish painter arrive at Palazzo Reale from the Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando in Madrid: paintings, drawings and engravings, including his most famous masterpieces, to be admired in an exhibition that traces his entire career. In the foreground, the humanity and depth of Goya's soul, the surprising ability to open up to modernity already in the eighteenth century while remaining integrated in his time. First court painter, director of the Royal Academy, a cultured man of uncommon sensitivity, in his art Goya restores a historical season saturated with events, ranging from the French Revolution to the Napoleonic Wars, up to the Restoration: an era of disruptive transformations that it is reflected in the subjects of the works, but above all in a radically innovative painting, which breaks with the rules and models of the past.
Van Gogh’s works from the Kröller-Muller Museum establish a dialogue with the first fil rouge of the exhibition, an accurate selection of original editions of art books and magazines coming from the curator’s collection and the Biblioteca Malatestiana, showcased throughout the whole exhibition.
A nature never seen like this: 58th Wildlife Photographer of The Year
The Wildlife Photographer of the Year arrives in Milan with important innovations: the 100 images awarded in the competition organized by the Natural History Museum of London are presented on large light panels that they make them 'alive' and make them an even more engaging and immersive spectacle of nature.
Two contemporary artists in dialogue with Giorgio Morandi
A link - the one between Giorgio Morandi and the contemporary world - repeatedly addressed over time, and which bears witness to the continuing relevance of the poetics of the great Bolognese master. Poetics that is based on silence and the restless mystery that hides behind the apparent reality.
An exhibition to rediscover Giuseppe Uncini's artistic practice together with the art historian Demetrio Paparoni, allowing us to delve deeper into his creative evolution starting from the 1960s to the last period. The exhibition unfolds through the reading of selected works, which cover a period of time from 1961 to 2007.