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Event
09 November 2022 - 12 March 2023

Hieronymus Bosch

Overview

Milan, under the artistic direction of Palazzo Reale and Castello Sforzesco, pays homage to the great Flemish genius Hieronymus Bosch (1453 - 1516) for the first time. Known throughout the world for his works made of dreamlike visions and curious worlds, fires, monstrous creatures and fantastic figures.

Open to the public until March 12th, 2023, "Bosch and another Renaissance" is promoted by the Municipality of Milan-Cultura, Palazzo Reale and Castello Sforzesco. Created by 24 ORE Cultura-Gruppo 24 ORE. Curated by Bernard Aikema, former professor of History of Modern Art at the University of Verona. Fernando Checa Cremades, professor of Art History at the Complutense University of Madrid, and former director of the Prado Museum and Claudio Salsi director of Castello Sforzesco, Archaeological Museums and Historical Museums and lecturer of the history of engraving at the Catholic University of Milan.

The exhibition itinerary presents a hundred works of art including paintings, sculptures, tapestries, engravings, bronze pieces and ancient volumes, including thirty rare and precious objects from wunderkammern. In this very rich body of work some of Bosch's most famous masterpieces and works derived from subjects of the master stand out - never before presented together in a single exhibition.

An unedited exhibition project that presents a fascinating thesis: Bosch, according to the curators, represents the emblem of an 'alternative' Renaissance, far from the Renaissance governed by the myth of classicism, and is proof of the existence of a plurality of Renaissances, with artistic centers spread throughout Europe. 

The itinerary aims to illustrate the tremendous success of the artistic language of Heronimus Bosch in southern Europe and even overseas, in the period between the sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries, with particular reference to the collecting trends of the time, especially in Italy and Spain.

The catalog of the exhibition "Bosch and another Renaissance", published by 24 ORE Cultura, is available in the exhibition bookshop, in bookstores and online.

Hours

Monday closed.

Tuesday to Sunday open 10:00-19:30

Thursday late close at 10.30pm

Last admission one hour before close.

 

 

Tickets

Open € 17,00

Full € 15,00

Reduced € 13,00

Lombardia Museum Membership and Orticola Members € 10,00

Special reduced € 6,00

Family Ticket: 1 or 2 adults € 10,00 / children aged 6 to 14 € 6,00

(excluding online presale € 2)

Audio guide included.

 

Info and reservations

Infoline 02 54912

To find out how to access and the costs of event tickets, consult the official website:

Bosch e un altro Rinascimento (palazzorealemilano.it)

 

Buy

Tickets

Open € 17,00

Full € 15,00

Reduced € 13,00

Lombardia Museum Membership and Orticola Members € 10,00

Special reduced € 6,00

Family Ticket: 1 or 2 adults € 10,00 / children aged 6 to 14 € 6,00

(excluding online presale € 2)

Audio guide included.

 

Info and reservations

Infoline 02 54912

To find out how to access and the costs of event tickets, consult the official website:

Bosch e un altro Rinascimento (palazzorealemilano.it)

 

Palazzo Reale Milano
P.za del Duomo, 12, 20122 Milano MI, Italia
Call +390288465230 Website

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