What better opportunity to take a breath of fresh air, take a walk and venture out to discover unique and interesting works in locations that are also unmissable 5 exhibitions to visit of art and photography on the weekend
Another weekend of spring and at doors. Let’s welcome him by going to the discovery of 5 exhibitions to visit art and photography on the weekend. “Kandinsky. L’opera / 1900-1940 ”, at Palazzo Roverella in Rovigo
Unique opportunity for art lovers and abstraction masters. The one that can be visited in Rovigo is an unprecedented art exhibition in Italy, both for the number and for the quality of the works on display: together with 80 masterpieces by Vasilij Kandinskij produced between 1900 and 1940, the paintings of authors of the caliber of Gabriele Munter, Paul Klee, Arnold Schonberg, Alexej von Jawlensky and Marianne von Werefkin. The path is made even more immersive thanks to precious books in their first edition, folk art objects, documents, photographs, period films and memorabilia. Reservations are required to go to the exhibition. “Surrealism and magic. The enchanted modernity ”, at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice
What happens when surrealism is linked to the supernatural and, in particular, to magic
This is the question that gives rise to a very interesting exhibition that can be visited at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice starting from Saturday 8 April. It is the first time that an exhibition has been curated in which we are interested in the relationship between the surrealists and magic, esotericism and the occult. An exhibition with an international character that brings together about sixty works, among which the works of Giorgio de Chirico, Rene Magritte, Salvador Dali and Max Ernst stand out. “Vivian Maier Inedita”, at the Chiablese Rooms of the Royal Museums of Turin
Among the 5 art and photography exhibitions to visit this weekend there is also “Vivian Maier Unedita”, in Turin, where we have the opportunity to admire over 250 shots that shed new light on the activity and human affairs of the famous photographer American. These are previously unpublished photographs, among which the shots taken during the artist’s travels in Italy stand out. A very rich and very interesting exhibition for all street photography enthusiasts. “Steve Mc Curry. For freedom ”, at the Royal Palace of Palermo
Among the exhibitions to visit, “For freedom” and an interesting photographic exhibition that exhibits the works of Steve McCurry, in collaboration with the Federico II Foundation. The exhibition aims to turn the spotlight on a drama in full swing: that of Afghan women, victims of unprecedented violence and immersed in misery for more than 40 years. The narrative, full of pathos, reviews the evolution – or, better said, the involution – that has affected the Afghan woman in recent times, with particular attention to the violation of human rights. “Monet and the Impressionists in Normandy”, at the Revoltella Museum in Trieste
Impressionism is one of the most loved artistic currents by the general public. The play of light, the shades of colors, the desire to represent all the facets of nature on canvas have the ability to captivate the eye of any spectator. Therefore, “Monet and the Impressionists in Normandy” is one of the must-see exhibitions if you get the chance. On display at the Revoltella Museum, about 70 works by the most famous Impressionist artists tell the relationship between painters and Normandy.

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