Morandi in Milan will be one of those art exhibitions that cannot be missed. From the 5th of October 2023 to the 4th of February 2024 Palazzo Reale will host one of the largest collections of Morandi’s paintings ever exhibited under one roof. The exhibition titled “Morandi 1890 – 1964” is curated by Maria Cristina Bandera.
Morandi in Milan
The exhibition will take place at Palazzo Reale. Created in collaboration with the Morandi Museum, the Milan exhibition intends to pay homage to one of the most important Italian artists of the last century by shedding light on the complex mental process and the delicate creative procedure that lies behind his famous still lifes.
If Morandi’s subjects may seem apparently simple and almost ethereal in their delicate chromatic range, they are instead the result of an accurate and extremely studied analysis, which reveals an expressive power and an enigmatic complexity that cannot always be grasped unless guided.
Morandi 1890-1964 is an exhibition curated by Maria Cristina Bandera. Because of the quantity and quality of works on display, it is one of the most important and comprehensive retrospective exhibitions on the Bologna-born painter held in the last few decades. It perfectly falls in line with the deep appreciation for Morandi’s work in prestigious international venues, from the Metropolitan Museum in New York (2008), to the Pushkin in Moscow (2017), and the Guggenheim in Bilbao (2019).
More than thirty years since the last exhibition, Milan dedicates this major exhibition to Giorgio Morandi, to celebrate the elective relationship between the city and the Bologna-born painter.Palazzo Reale Website
Tickets for Morandi exhibition
Closed on monday
Thuesday – Sunday 10.00 – 19.30
Thursday 10.00 – 22.30
Please be advised that the last last admission will be one hour before closing time
Open ticket € 17,00
Full price € 15,00
Reduced price € 13,00
Buy your ticket at this link
*Pictures throughout the post as available on mostramorandi.it
Credits: Giorgio Morandi: Natura morta, Fondazione Magnani-Rocca, Mamiano di Traversetolo (Parma); Giorgio Morandi: Natura morta – Fondazione Magnani-Rocca, Mamiano di Traversetolo, (Parma); Giorgio Morandi: Natura morta – FAI – Fondo per l’ambiente italiano ETS – Collezione Gian Ferrari, Villa Necchi Campiglio