The 5 not-to-miss exhibitions in Bologna
Bologna brings you an explosion of art this fall. Here are the top five exhibitions highly recommended by Starhotels Excelsior.
The Gelman Collection: 20th-Century Mexican Art
From November 19, 2016 to March 26, 2017, Palazzo Albergati
Portraits and self-portraits by Frida Kahlo, which are indissolubly connected with the artists personal life. And as a background to Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera, RufinoTomayo, Marìa Izquìerdo and many other artists.
Bologna after Morandi 1945-2015
Until January 8, 2017, Palazzo Fava
An exhibition in 12 “stops”: from Morandi and the postwar period, to the influence of post-Cubism and Alberto Burri’s informal art, to Pop Art and video art.
Lumière! The Invention of Cinema
Until January 22, 2017, Spazio Sottopasso
The first Italian exhibition devoted to the Lumière brothers, a special event to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Il Cinema Ritrovato Festival, promoted by Bologna’s Film Archives.
Images of Nature in Japanese Art
Until February 12, 2017, Palazzo Poggi Museum
On show, prints, illustrated books, objects and paintings whose recurring themes are landscapes, animals and plants, showing how inspirational nature has always been to Japanese art and culture.
Hugo Pratt and Corto Maltese
From November 4 , 2016 to March 19, 2017, Palazzo Pepoli
Over 400 original works, including drawings, paintings and watercolors, photographs, paper treasures and videos on show at this exhibition devoted to the great artist, writer and traveler.