e l'immagine della donna nel Cinquecento Veneziano
In Venice in the sixteenth century, the female image acquires an importance perhaps never seen before in the history of painting. This is due to various factors, such as the presence of Titian and other artists working both in Venice and in the mainland, particularly interested in the representation of female beauty, but also, in parallel, to the particular status that women had in Venetian society. The exhibition, created in collaboration with the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna, will also include works by Tintoretto, Veronese, Palma il Vecchio.
an exhibition by City of Milan Culture, Palazzo Reale and Skira editore in collaboration with Kunsthistorisches Museum, Wien
curated by Sylvia Ferino
main sponsor Fondazione Bracco
From tuesday to sunday h 10-19.30, thursday h 10-22.30 (last admission 1 h before).
Closed on mondays.
Holidays 17,18,25 april and 1 may 10-19.30, 2 june 10-22.30, 15 august 10-19.30 (last admission 1 h before).
Open ticket €16
Full ticket € 14
Reduced ticket € 12
Special reduced € 6
Families : 1 o 2 adults € 10- €6 / children aged 6-14 € 6
(online presale €2)
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