From 2 February 1 to June 24, 2018 at Palazzo Reale in Milan will host an exhibition of that artist: Durer, which was also: engraver, mathematician and historian of treatises on during the German Renaissance under the “charm” of Antonello da Messina . For the first time in Milan will be shown many of his masterpieces such as: engravings and drawings that have never been represented here before , F or a total of 1 3 0 accompagn works that we were not into paintings full of mystery “eranno slipped” into the detail. Among these masterpieces will be represented above all the engravings, not to be considered at an amateur level but ver e e propri e artistic productions (which in the past were rarely thought of and as such).
But not only his paintings will be appreciated along the way but also those of: Lucas Cranach , Albrecht Altdorfer , Hans Baldung added to other artists from northern Italy such as: Giorgione , Andrea Mantegna , Leonardo da Vinci and Lorenzo Lotto . A Renaissance, in short, unpublished that with the “nuance” of the engravings will accompany us in a historical and “educational” path to study at a distance of centuries in a new perspective that shows us beyond the borders of time and through a different experience from the current one. For those wishing to spend a Sunday, in short, in the name of art, it will be ideal.In seeing all this narrated through drawing, it will be possible to bring back at the end a good knowledge of the Renaissance style of excellence that, surely, we will not be able to forget with time, but that we will be able to appreciate also in the 21st century .
Excellent stylistic “cipher” of an artist who has lived two different geographies: the Italian one and the German one; with regard to the painter’s hand, it will be easy to identify assonance between the two countries that we will be able to discover only in the careful collection of works such as those exhibited at Palazzo Reale. A surprise will be to seize them with the help of the guides to read during the visit in these four months. But there is more: the exhibition was also set up to “narrate” the parable of the German Renaissance during its maximum splendor , during the most fertile period, therefore, which left ample space toEurope between the end of the fifteenth century and the beginning of the sixteenth century. The total works will be 130 and will “head” also to the graphics, sector touched by the artist in addition to that of painting and engraving.
Essential is then its character of innovation that has been generated with the relations between Italy and Germany . The pictorial reinterpretation is curated by Bernard Aikema, istory professor of modern art at s ll ‘universities Verona and under the collaboration of Andrew John Martin. It will also deal with the theme of classicism. And among the works will also be exhibited: “The Adoration of the Magi”, “Jesus among the doctors”, “The Madonna of the monkey” and other m and no notes, for a complete panorama made of a 360 ° exhibition.
The times will be :
On Mondays from 14.30 to 19.30
The other days (excluding Thursday) from 9.30-19.30
Only on Saturdays from 9.30 to 22.30.
The p rices of tickets range from: 10-12 € (as they will be 12 for a full ticket and 10 for one reduced ).
Guided tours will be organized for a total of 8 € per person with reservation website milanoguida.com, which, however, will be added € 13 for full price. Tickets can be purchased open ” through: Ticket24ore.it , with which you can access the exhibition on any day, avoiding queues . (The maximum you can use until the following day and the purchase until June 15 next year) to € 16 + € 2 commission for a total of 18 €. We therefore give you all the “Welcome” to the Royal Palace to discover an esthete of the Renaissance and a revelator of the intercultural exchange between Germany, Italy and the whole of Europe.