THE SPLENDOUR OF AN ITALIAN COURT: THE ESTE FAMILY
The collections and artistic dealings of the Este family from the 1500’s to the 1700’s, with works by Cosmè Tura, Dosso Dossi, Correggio, Tiziano, Tintoretto, Guercino, Velaquez and other well-known artists. An opportuniy to admire some of the masterpieces from the Este family collections of the Galleria Estense di Modena, one of the most prestigious museums in Italy and Europe, which is currently closed to the public following the sismic activity of 2012. At the Reggia di Venaria, Sale delle Arti, 1st floor, from 8th March to 6th July.
BEST ACTRESS. WOMEN AT THE OSCAR AWARDS
In a world premiere at the National Museum of Cinema, from 3rd April to 31st August, over 150 images of various formats trace the history of women who have won the prestigious statuette: portraits, film images, snapshots of the Oscar ceremony, as well as numerous documents, posters and materials related to the history of the Academy.
EVE ARNOLD. RETROSPECTIVE
A retrospective of the work of American photographer Eve Arnold, whose pictures have left an indelible mark on the history of 20th-century photography. The exhibition is the result of a partnership between the Turin Museums Foundation, Magnum Photos and the Silvana Editoriale publishing house, with funding from Munich’s Versicherungskammer Bayern. In Palazzo Madama’s Medieval Courtyard, 15 January - 27 April.
L’OPERA AL NERO. OMAR GALLIANI
A selection of approximately 30 works of an impressive size, all accomplished by the artist with the technique of pencil drawing on panels. Drawing is for Galliani an essential aspect of his work, and it demonstrates a passion born in the Seventies and never extinguished. GAM Galleria Civica d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea (Civic Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art) - Underground Project
, from March 6th to May 18th.
BELLE EPOQUE: THE IRONIC VISION OF DALSANI
A vast range of 300 items by the famous Piedmont illustrator, Giorgio Ansaldi. better known by his pseudonym, Dalsani, which,thanks to his ironic and refined vision, illustrate one of the most fascinating periods in our history: the passage from the 1800’s to the new century, the ultimate Belle Epoque. At the Museo Nazionale del Risorgimento, from 17th December to 4th May 2014.