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Art makes our days extraordinary

1 JUNE 2023

Gallerie d’Italia in Milan, Naples, Turin and Vicenza will be welcoming all visitors with a special free opening of the venues to celebrate the Italian Republic Day on June 2nd and on June 4th, first Sunday of the month.

Plan your visit to Milan, visiting three historic buildings of outstanding architectural prestige: discover the 19th century itinerary, which also includes the collections of the Cariplo Foundation and the “Cantiere del '900” itinerary dedicated to 20th century art.

In Naples, plan your visit to the venue in Via Toledo to explore the three important exhibition itineraries: Neapolitan art from the 17th to the 20th century, with the outstanding masterpiece of the Intesa Sanpaolo collections, Caravaggio's Martyrdom of St. Ursula, the collection of Attic and Magna Grecian ceramics, displayed in its entirety for the first time, and an important selection of 20th century works.

In Turin, in addition to the main floor, which houses a precious group of Piedmontese Baroque works comprising paintings, sculptures, tapestries and furniture from the 14th to the 18th century, it is possible to visit “Déplacé∙e∙s”, the first Italian one-man show by JR, an artist who has achieved international fame thanks to his projects combining photography, public art and social commitment. Plan your visit.

In Vicenza, the new exhibition entitled “EX | ILLUSTRI PER ELENA XAUSA” opening on 15th of April. Plan your visit to discover the exhibition itineraries, permanent collections, masterpieces and charm of Palazzo Leoni Montanari.

Discover the other Intesa Sanpaolo museums too, with special openings and free admissions.

Gallery of Palazzo degli Alberti in Prato

The Gallery of Palazzo degli Alberti exhibits masterpieces by Caravaggio, Bellini and Filippo Lippi, with a collection of works of outstanding value in terms of identity for the city.

It will be open, with free admission on Friday 2th June.

·Plan your visit

 

Casa Museo dell’Antiquariato Ivan Bruschi in Arezzo

The Casa Museo houses the eclectic collection of artworks, furnishings and antiques of the illustrious son of Arezzo who conceived the Antique Fair.

Friday 2 June, on the occasion of the Republic Day, admission is free, as well as Sunday 4 June, the first Sunday of the month.

Plan your visit