In Turin for 3 months the protagonists of Impressionism. At the Mastio della Cittadella National Artillery Museum, from 11 March, the exhibition dedicated to the great masters of the artistic movement of the 19th and early 20th centuries.
With about 300 works by over 100 artists, the large exhibition Impressionists between dream and color opens in Turin, scheduled from 11 March to 4 June at the Mastio della Cittadella-National Artillery Museum managed by Difesa Servizi.
The exhibition, produced by Navigare srl with the patronage of the Municipality of Turin and the Piedmont Region, aims to tell the origins and history of the revolutionary artistic movement born in France in the mid-nineteenth century, through the works of various genres by the most and less known of that intense period. For the first time in Italy, the exhibition brings together representative works of all the artists participating in the 8 Impressionist exhibitions, held between 1874 and 1886, with 50 paintings, graphic works, preparatory studies, ceramics, sculptures, works, or who joined the new movement.
Organized with the contribution of an international scientific committee composed of Vittorio Sgarbi, Gilles Chazal (former director of the Petit Palais in Paris), Maïthé Vallès-Bled (former director of the Musée des Beaux-Arts in Chartres and of the Musée Paul Valéry), Alain Tapié (Art historian, director of the Peindre en Normandie Collection) and curated by Vincenzo Sanfo, the Turin exhibition is divided into three sections to identify the origins, stylistic variety and developments of the artistic movement.