“Il numinous” investigates the sense of the sacred in contemporary art through a selection of works created from the sixties to todayan exhibition itinerary that involves important names of the twentieth century up to the most recent trends: Vincenzo Agnetti, Stefano Arienti, Ferruccio Ascari, Francesca Banchelli, Bizhan Bassiri, Alighiero Boetti, Gianni Caravaggio, Gino De Dominicis, Amalia Del Ponte, Chiara Dynys, Lucio Fontana, Gaspare, Francesco Gennari, Arianna Giorgi, Alberto Guidato, Jannis Kounellis, Maria Lai, Sergio Limonta, Marco Andrea Magni, Piero Manzoni, Simone Pellegrini, Michelangelo Pistoletto, Remo Salvadori, Nicola Samorì, Ettore Spalletti and Grazia Toderi. Bringing together painting, sculpture, photography, textile art, drawings and installations, the exhibition develops among the exhibition spaces of Building and the Basilica of San Celsowhere some works interact with the evocative environments of a sacred place.
Bosch and another Renaissance
From 9 November 2022 to 12 March 2023
On show a hundred works including paintings, tapestries, engravings, sculptures and ancient volumeswith a selection of rare objects and from some “Cabinets of curiosities”. Some of Bosch’s most famous masterpieces ever presented together in a single exhibition stand out in the exhibition. In fact, it will be possible to admire at the Royal Palace the monumental Triptych of the Temptations of St. AnthonyOpera who only left Portugal a couple of times during the twentieth century and now arrives in Italy for the first time, and the Triptych of the Final Judgmentcoming from Groeningemuseum in Brugesa painting that was once part of the collection of the Venetian cardinal Marino Grimani.CopyAMP code
Adolfo Wildt. Drawings and sculptures
Studio Guastalla Modern and Contemporary Art