The new year is here, and it promises many unique art events all around Italy! What are the most anticipated art exhibitions of 2022? Let’s find out together, from north to south.
Milan – Titian and the female image: beauty, love, poetry
Palazzo Reale, 23 February – 5 June 2022
The beautiful Palazzo Reale in Milan will host an extensive collection of the prominent Venetian artists of the sixteenth century. Starting from Titian, these painters were particularly interested in representing female beauty.
Venice – Surrealism and Magic: Enchanted Modernity
Peggy Guggenheim Collection, 9 April – 26 September 2022
This exhibition in the Peggy Guggenheim Collection explores how magic shaped the development of Surrealism. Among the many artists included in the exhibit are Victor Brauner, Leonora Carrington, Salvador Dalí, Paul Delvaux, René Magritte, and Remedios Varo.
Venice – 59th International Art Exhibition
Biennale di Venezia, 23 April – 27 November 2022
The Biennale’s Art Exhibition will be titled The Milk of Dreams. This name is borrowed from a book by Leonora Carrington. As curator Cecilia Alemani explains: “The exhibition takes us on an imaginary journey through metamorphoses of the body and definitions of humanity”.
Turin – Art and ecology from poor art to today
OGR, 28 April – 25 September 2022
OGR Torino, the majestic late 19th century industrial complex in Turin, hosts an exhibition that focuses on the history of poor art and the emergence of ecological themes in art from the 1960s to today.
Florence – 32nd International Antiques Fair
Palazzo Corsini, 24 September – 2 October 2022
The ‘Biennale Internazionale dell’Antiquariato di Firenze’ promotes the finest works of art in Italy. In addition to the exhibition held in Palazzo Corsini, the Biennale also offers a rich cultural programme and satellite events across Florence.
Florence – Donatello, The Renaissance
Palazzo Strozzi and Musei del Bargello, 19 March – 31 July 2022
Palazzo Strozzi and Musei del Bargello will host a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition that sets out to reconstruct the outstanding career of Donatello. His works will be juxtaposed with masterpieces by other Italian Renaissance masters such as Brunelleschi, Masaccio, Raphael and Michelangelo.
Modena – Umberto Tirelli. Caricatures for a theater of life
Museo Civico, 18 December – 25 April 2022
This exhibition celebrates Umberto Tirelli, one of the caricature masters of the early twentieth century, 150 years after his birth in Modena. Hosted in the Museo Civico, it features 230 works, including drawings, sculptures, paintings, masks and puppets.
Rome – Caravaggio and Artemisia: The Challenge of Judith
Palazzo Barberini, 26 November 2021 – 27 March 2022
The exhibition celebrates 70 years since discovering Caravaggio’s famous painting and 50 years since its acquisition by the Italian State. The artwork of ‘Giuditta beheading Holofernes’ by Caravaggio is kept in Palazzo Barberini. It will be joined by a series of masterpieces from all over the world, including the beautiful Judith and Holofernes by Artemisia Gentileschi.
Rome – Klimt. The Secession and Italy
Palazzo Braschi, 27 October 2021 – 27 March 2022
Gustav Klimt returns to Italy, in Palazzo Braschi, one hundred ten years after taking part in the 1911 International Art Exhibition. This exhibition marks the return to Italy of some of his masterpieces from the Belvedere Museum in Vienna, the Klimt Foundation and public and private collections.
Naples – Sing Sing. The Body of Pompeii
MANN, 21 January – 30 June 2022
The Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli will display the black and white photographs by Luigi Spina. These reveal to the public the everyday objects of Pompeii and Herculaneum that survived the eruption of the Vesuvius, objects that were kept in the museum’s deposits.
New year, new courses by Studiainitalia
Would you like to study in Italy in 2022? Many of the beautiful Italian cities mentioned above are also the protagonists of new courses by Studiainitalia.
We are happy to share some of the highlights:
- We propose a new 6-week course called ‘Italian and culinary experiences in Rome’ for those who love food and cuisine. It combines an intensive language course with unique weekly visits to Rome’s most important cooking schools and restaurants.
- Fashion lovers cannot miss our ‘Italian and fashion experiences in Milan’. Over six weeks, you get to learn Italian with an intensive course and to discover Milan’s most influential fashion and design schools, fashion museums and the Quadrilatero d’Oro.
- Have you ever dreamed of driving a Ferrari? Join our ‘Italian and car experiences in Modena’ to learn Italian and to discover more about the Italian Car industry! Activities include visits to the Enzo Ferrari Museum, the Maserati Showroom, the Lamborghini Mudetec Museum and much more.
- We offer an experience called ‘Italian and luxury accessories in Florence’ for those who love Italian handmade fashion items. In addition to learning Italian, you will also visit the prestigious S. Croce leather school, the Gucci and Ferragamo museums – among other iconic places.
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