A rich year of artistic events is ahead, so many exhibitions and retrospectives are scheduled in the main Italian cities. Here are the dates, the artists and the correct pronunciation of their names.
The exhibition Traces the ancient history and fortune of the detachment of wall paintings, as the history of the aesthetic taste, of the collecting, restoration and preservation of the ancient Italian pictorial heritage.
BOLOGNA - Palazzo Fava
Girl with a Pearl Earring - The Myth of the Golden Age
February 8, 2014 - May 25, 2014
At Palazzo Fava in Bologna, featuring 37 paintings from the Mauritshuis (a major pictorial art museum in Netherlands), this major exhibition will include one of the world’s best-known painting: Girl with a Pearl Earring by Jan Vermeer.
FORLÌ - Musei San Domenico
Liberty - A style for modern Italy
February 1, 2014 – June 15, 2014
At the Borghese Gallery, a personal art exhibition of Alberto Giacometti, a Swiss artist and sculptor, who left a strong mark in the art of the twentieth century.
In the beauty of Venice, a big exhibition dedicated to Fernand Léger, the French painter with a very personal interpretation of cubism.
An exhibition of major works of Nordic art (Scandinavian, Baltic, Scottish and German) reveals the Nordic influence on Italian artists. Masterpieces by Böcklin, Hodler, Klimt, Klinger, von Stuck and Munch.
Featuring more than a hundred paintings, sculptures and works on paper, which will explain the creative artistic adventure of French artist Henri Matisse.
Magnificent exhibition dedicated to Mexican artist Frida Kahlo (1907-1954), a symbol of the artistic avant-garde in Mexico in the 20th century.
A gaze into Frida's private life: a world of huge sufferings and infinite love for her husband Diego Rivera.