From 12 June to 23 August, the Doge's Palace hosts one of the most famous paintings in the history of art: the Water Lilies by Claude Monet, one of the masters of impressionism.
An occasion for a particular visit, face to face with the work that comes from the Musée Marmottan Monet in Paris. A few exclusive minutes, alone or with some family, to admire one of the most famous paintings of the great impressionist painter up close.
Palazzo Ducale Foundation for Culture in collaboration with the Municipality of Genoa with this initiative intends to make social distancing the opportunity for an immersive and exciting aesthetic experience. This exhibition is a challenge to rediscover the contemplation, contact and expressive force of a work. In a time that forces us to build barriers to protect us, the Ducale's invitation is to have a direct encounter with a masterpiece, to listen to what art with great narrative ability can say about itself, but also about us . More than any other is Monet, who with his fluid and enveloping painting, with his personal yet universal narration, can allow us to overcome this challenge.