WONDERS OF THE TSARS. THE ROMANOVS AND THE IMPERIAL PALACE OF PETERHOF
More than a hundred works of art, paintings, portraits, clothes, silver, porcelain, tapestries and other precious objects from the Imperial Palace of Peterhof, one of the most important and prestigious residences of the Romanovs. The exhibition, at the Reggia di Venaria – Sale delle Arti, first floor, from 16 July to 29 January 2017, has been organised by Elena Kalninskaia working with The Peterhof State Museum-Reserve in St Petersburg.
TOULOUSE LAUTREC. LA BELLE EPOQUE
170 works coming from the Herakleidon Museum of Atene evoking the Paris of the Belle Époque, from 21 October to 5 March 2017 at Palazzo Chiablese. A major exhibition on Henri De Toulouse-Lautrec – bohemian painter in the late nineteenth century – which traces the artist’s life from 1891 to 1900 shortly before his death at the age of just 36.
PASSION ACCORDING TO CAROL RAMA
From 12 October to 5 February 2017, at the GAM – Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art, 200 works reveal Carol Rama’s unceasing experimentation in techniques and a restlessness of spirit. Her unconventional and transgressive work emerged in the cultural and artistic sphere of 1930s and 40s Torino and continued to traverse the entire century with passion and vitality.
BRUEGHEL. MASTERPIECES OF FLEMISH ART
At the Reggia di Venaria, Sale delle Arti, from 21 September to 19 February 2017, an exhibition celebrating the most important assemblage of Flemish artists between the 16th and 17th centuries. The exhibited works reveal the genius of five generations of artists who jointly embodied the style and trends in Flemish painting and whose dynasty has become a byword for excellence in pictorial art.
ON THE FRONTLINE. WOMEN PHOTOJOURNALISTS IN WAR ZONES
At Palazzo Madama - Corte Medievale, until 16 January, 70 photos taken by 14 young female photojournalists who work for major international publications, coming from different countries: Italy, Egypt, the USA, Croatia, Belgium, France, Great Britain and Spain.