Emilio Isgrò, a retrospective, 29 Jun 2016 — 25 Sep 2016

Emilio Isgrò, a retrospective

Palazzo Reale, Piazza del Duomo, 12, Milan, Italy

A retrospective exhibition staged simultaneously in three locations is the homage that Milan dedicates to Emilio Isgrò, an artist who has devoted his life to finding ever more original languages ​​and the creation of a style one, that weaves words and graphic sign, matter and poetry.

Curated by Marco Bazzini , from June 29 to September 25, the exhibition hosts the main floor of Palazzo Reale a selection of historical works with over 200 works including deleted books, paintings and installations; continuous exposure to the Gallerie d’Italia with the display of the preview of the famous portrait of Alessandro Manzoni painted by Hayez and deleted in white; The path ends at the Manzoni House with The Betrothed canceled for twenty-five readers and ten lepers.

The project is sponsored and produced by the City of Milan – Culture, Royal Palace, Intesa Sanpaolo, Center national Manzoniani Studies , from the publishing house Electa and is the brainchild of ‘ Archive Emilio Isgrò .

Contacts & Details
Tue, Wed, Fri, Sat, Sun 10am – 7:30pm
Thu 10am – 10:30pmADMISSION:

T: +39 02 8846 5230
M: c.mostre@comune.milano.it

Palazzo Reale, Piazza del Duomo, 12, Milan, Italy

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