5 galleries to see the All Saints Bridge

On the occasion of All Saints Bridge, we present to you 5 new interesting bridges Exhibitions Not to be missed on the long weekend ahead. Artistic review all over Italy for anyone wishing to escape everyday life over this bridge.

5 galleries to see the All Saints Bridge

1. Antonio Legapo and his world – cool

Among the must-visit exhibitions is the gallery in the Forte di Bard with 95 works traversing the entire artistic path of Ligabue, from the end of the 1920s to 1962, when Ligabue had to interrupt his activity due to partial paralysis until 1965 the year of his death.
The aim of Sandro Parmigiani, the curator of the exhibition, is to invite the public to understand the different expressive tools that have seduced and tested the genius of Ligabue, with very high results in each technique.

2. Giovanni Boldini. look into the soul – Bologna

One of the most interesting exhibitions is the one in Boldini. On the occasion of the 90th anniversary of his death in Paris in 1931, the Palazzo Albergati residence in Bologna with more than 90 works, hosts an extraordinary exhibition dedicated to Giovanni Boldini. Feminine charm, sumptuous and exquisite dresses, Belle Époque, lounges: this is the overwhelming world of Giovanni Boldini, the genius of painting who was more than anyone capable of restoring the decrepit atmosphere of an extraordinary age. Literature, fashion, music, luxury, art and the pub fuse in the sensual rhythm of ability and produce an extraordinary social and civic birth.

3. To see the stars again – Padova

“A riverser le stelle” is one of the exhibitions not to be missed. Contemporary art exhibition curated by Barbara Codogno created on the occasion of the 700th anniversary of the death of Dante Alighieri organized by the Ministry of Culture of the Municipality of Padua from October 30, 2021 to January 31, 2022 in the rooms designated for temporary exhibitions of the Eremitani Museum, in collaboration with Antonio Menon “The Bank Contemporary Art Collection “. Dialogue finds evidence in contemporary visual language thanks to the work of the collector of Bassano, who collected the most famous names in Italian pictorial panorama.

4. Frida Kahlo. Experience – the eyes that do not see the heart that does not feel – Bologna

Among the most awaited exhibitions, the exhibition at Frida Kahlo. The exhibition presents the life of Frida Kahlo, who is characterized by a difficult physical condition and at the same time a strong ability to respond and resilience in the face of adversity. Frida was able to turn her inertia into opportunity and her suffering into energy that made her immortal, a true symbol of the contemporary world. The track explores all phases of an artist’s life through a unique, exciting and revealing collection of images. Along the way, there is a reconstruction of the rooms dear to the artist, where clothes and jewelry will also be displayed.

5. Alda Merini’s smile and look – Ravenna

Last but not least, among the exhibitions you will see this weekend is the one at Alda Merini. Solo exhibition by Giuseppe Nicoloro with a critical text of Dino Silvestron. A review of photos that allow you, by appearance and smile, to capture the mood of Alda Merini in private situations, in contemplation with herself, in public manifestations, in relationships with other people. The reference context of the images varies from Navigli’s private house in Milan (early 1990s) to the dressing room of the Teatro Filodrammatici, to the stage of other theaters or television studios, to the environments of cultural events (2000).

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