The health emergency does not stop art in Bologna and the month of September opens with a series of interesting and varied exhibitions.
Immediately worth mentioning is the opening of the great exhibition dedicated to the masterpieces of Monet and the Impressionists: 57 masterpieces from the Musée Marmottan Monet will be on display in Bologna until February 14, 2021 at Palazzo Albergati (www.palazzoalbergati.com), in via Saragozza, 28.
A journey into the world of Impressionism, among the authors and masterpieces that made the history of the current born in France in the second half of the nineteenth century. But above all a more unique than rare opportunity to see in Italy the works of Monet, Manet, Renoir, Degas and other great protagonists of Impressionism.
Moving to MAMbo, the Museum of Modern Art in Bologna, you can visit “Ultrabandiere”, a project of mixed works (2017-2019), born in Turin, curated by Guerrilla Spam and Mattia Branca in collaboration with CHEAP Street Poster Art. Visit MAMbo to find out more.
At the end, however, is “Il Camino dei Fenicotteri”, on display at the Davia Bargellini Museum until 25 October 2020. Made in majolica by the famous Bolognese firm of Minghetti, the fireplace was the subject of a detailed preparatory drawing, preserved in the collection of the Museum Davia Bargellini, which is the fulcrum of the exhibition, curated by Paolo Cova, Mark Gregory D’Apuzzo and Ilaria Negretti: a striking case, but little known to the general public, which can therefore offer the testimony of the best creative production of the company Æmila Ars , founded in 1898 by the restorer and writer Alfonso Rubbiani with the support of Count Francesco Cavazza, with the aim of promoting the local artistic industry, following the example of the Arts and Crafts movement, animated in England by the artist William Morris. For further information visit the website of the Bologna Museums.
Until 29 November 2020, extended due to the health emergency, the exhibition dedicated to the world of the Etruscans is underway at the Museo Civico Archeologico, with about 1400 objects of this fascinating civilization from 60 Italian and international museums and institutions on display.
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