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curated by Saretto Cincinelli and Lorenzo Canova
Palazzo Blu, Pisa
from 07/11/2020 to 05/09/2021
Catalogue: edited by Skira Editore
The exhibition, curated by Saretto Cincinelli and Lorenzo Canova, is staged at Palazzo Blu in Pisa from 7 November 2020 –day of the expected opening, suspended due to the DPCM of 3/11/2020- and can be visited from Wednesday 20 January 2021.
The exhibition is organised by Fondazione Pisa and MondoMostre, in collaboration with Fondazione Giorgio e Isa de Chirico and La Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea in Rome, under the patronage of the Ministry of Heritage, Culture and Tourism, of the Tuscany Region and the City of Pisa.
The exhibition follows a chronological order, starting from the first “böcklinian” artworks, of the end of the first decade of the 20th century, until the 1910s of the great metaphysical painting; from the masterpieces of the “classical” period of the early 1920s, until the Mysterious Baths of the 1930s and the researches on painting by the great masters of the past, made between the 1930s and the 1950s, finally arriving at the neometaphysical period.
Sole sul cavalletto, 1972, Collezione Fondazione Giorgio e Isa de Chirico
Luca Massimo Barbera
Palazzo Reale - Milan
from 25/09/2019 to 19/01/2020
Catalogo Marsilio Electa, 2019
The retrospective exhibition curated by Massimo Luca Barbero opens to the public on September 25 at Palazzo Reale, where the historical exhibition dedicated to Giorgio de Chirico took place 50 years ago in 1970. The exhibition features approximately 100 works with masterpieces on loan from international and national museums and is organized and promoted by Comune di Milano-Cultura, Palazzo Reale, Marsilio and Electa, in collaboration with Fondazione Giorgio e Isa de Chirico.
Venue: Palazzo Reale
Piazza del Duomo 12 – 20122 Milan
Opening hours: Monday 14:30-19:30 Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday 9:30-19:30
Thursday and Saturday 9:30-22:30
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Curated by Lorenzo Canova and Riccardo Passoni
GAM - Galleria Civica d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea di Torino
from 14/04/2019 to 25/08/2019
Catalogue Gangemi Editore, Rome 2019
The exhibition curated by Lorenzo Canova and Riccardo Passoni is organised and promoted by Fondazione Torino Musei, GAM Torino and Associazione MetaMorfosi, in collaboration with Fondazione Giorgio e Isa de Chirico. The exhibition features approximately 100 artworks from important museums, institutions, foundations and private collections. Giorgio de Chirico’s imagery is presented in relation to the work of over 35 artists: Henry Moore, Renato Guttuso, Philip Guston, Bernd and Hilla Becher, and Ruggero Savinio –Giorgio de Chirico’s nephew–, Andy Warhol, Giulio Paolini, Michelangelo Pistoletto, Claudio Parmigiani, Fabio Mauri, Mimmo Paladino, Gino De Dominicis, Luigi Ontani and other contemporary artists including Juan Muñoz, Vanessa Beecroft and Francesco Vezzoli.
The exhibition presents a video animation by Maurice Owen and Russell Richards inspired by Hebdomeros (1929)
Venue: GAM Galleria Civica d'arte moderna e contemporanea di Torino
31 via Magenta, 10128 Turin, Italy
Curated by Victoria Noel-Johnson
Palazzo Ducale - Genoa
from 30/03/2019 to 01/09/2019
From 30 March to 7 July 2019 (extended to 1 September), the exhibition Giorgio de Chirico – The Changing Face of Metaphysical Art is presently on show at the Doge’s Apartment of Palazzo Ducale, Genoa, and is organised by ViDi in collaboration with Palazzo Ducale Fondazione per la Cultura and Fondazione Giorgio e Isa de Chirico. The exhibition, curated by Victoria Noel-Johnson, presents circa 100 artworks from the entire arc of the artist’s career on loan from important institutions and museums.
Venue: Palazzo Ducale – Genova http://www.palazzoducale.genova.it/nenglish/
Opening Hours: Tuesday to Sunday: 10.00-19.30 (closed Monday)
Information: tel. 010 8171665 (Tuesday to Friday: 10 am to 1 pm; 2 to 6 pm)
Catalogue: Skira (in English)
Catalogue cover: The Disquieting Muses (late 1950s, oil on canvas, 97×66 cm., Roberto Casamonti Collection, Florence, courtesy Tornabuoni Arte, Florence).