5 art exhibitions not to miss in Italy

Italy Inside Out, Milan

If you are planning a trip to Italy in November and art is your thing, there could not be a better moment to catch the interesting art exhibitions about to open this month.

Start with Italia Inside Out in Milan, at Palazzo della Ragione (10 November 2015-7 February 2016). It’s the second part of a photographic exhibition that celebrates the beauty (and the ugly) of Italy as seen by the most famous photographer in the world, such as Henri Cartier-Bresson, David Seymour and Robert Capa.

Nino Migliori, Da “Gente dell’Emilia”, 1957

Nino Migliori, Da “Gente dell’Emilia”, 1957

Stay in Milan a little longer, in order to enjoy another photographic exhibition. At Fondazione Forma (20 November 2015- 31 January 2016) there is the chance of seeing the photo of Vivian Maier, whose extraordinary archive was bought by an estate agent in 2007, who could not expect to find such beautiful shots. New York, Los Angeles and Chicago in the 50s and 60s through the eyes of the famous street photographer.


Vivian Maier, Forma, Milan

September 10th, 1955, New York City

November is the perfect month to visit Ferrara, even more beautiful when enveloped in fog. Palazzo dei Diamanti shows Giorgio De Chirico a Ferrara (14 November 2015-28 February 2016), the great master of metaphysic art. De Chirico spent three years in Ferrara from 1915 on military duty and the exhibitions marks the centenary of his arrival in town. Alongside his most famous paintings there are works of Carlo Carrà, René Magritte and Salvador Dalí, his fellow surrealist painters.

Pablo Echaurren, son of the surrealist Chilean painter Sebastian Matta, was born in Italy and lives Rome. An exhibition of his most famous paintings is going to be held at GNAM, in Rome. Pablo Echaurren. Contropittura (20 November 2015-3 April 2016) showcases his colorful paintings influenced by Surrealism.

Mostre: Pablo Echaurren, la contropittura in 200 opere
If you have not seen it yet, grab the occasion to visit Tamara De Lempicka in Verona, at Palazzo Forti (until 31 January 2016). The Queen of Déco is celebrated through her paintings and watercolours, with a glimpse on her controversial and often criticised life.


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