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Parmigianino:<EM> Conversion of Saul</EM>&nbsp;Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna
Parmigianino: Conversion of Saul 
Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna
Correggio and Parmigianino: Art in Parma during the 16th century
ROME, ITALY  •  Scuderie del Quirinale  •  12 March - 26 June 2016
 

The exhibition aims to allow visitors to avail themselves of a selection of masterpieces from some of the world's leading museums to compare and contrast the artistic careers of two of the greatest luminaries of the Italian Renaissance – Antonio Allegri known as Correggio (1489-1534) and Francesco Mazzola known as Parmigianino (1503-40). The formidable talent of these two artists alone placed the city of Parma in the early 16th century on an equal footing with the peninsula's other great art capitals, Rome, Florence and Venice. 

Correggio only travelled to Parma when he was already at the height of his career, in the late 1510s, but he was to remain in the city for the rest of his life.  Some twenty of his paintings, covering his entire career, have been selected to underscore the extraordinary emotive force and expressive range that the artist put not only into his religious works but also into his mythological paintings, which were to have such a huge impact on later artists, ranging from the Carracci brothers to Watteau and even to Picasso.

The exhibition Correggio e Parmigianino. Arte a Parma nel Ciquecento (Correggio and Parmigianino. Art in Parma during the 16th century) hosts such unquestioned masterpieces as the Barrymore Madonna from the National Gallery of Art in Washington, the Portrait of a Lady from the State Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, the Martyrdom of Four Saints from the Galleria Nazionale in Parma, the Noli Me Tangere from the Museo del Prado in Madrid, the School of Love from the National Gallery in London and the Danaë from Rome's Galleria Borghese.

The Parmigianino paintings on display include his large Bardi Altarpiece, the first work he ever painted at the age of only sixteen, a monumental St. Roch which he painted for the Basilica of San Petronio in Bologna, the Conversion of Saul from the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna, the San Zaccaria Madonna from the Uffizi Gallery in Florence, his extremely celebrated Turkish Slave from the Galleria Nazionale in Parma and his so-called Anthea, one of the most sophisticated and mysterious portraits of the entire 16th century.



Scuderie del Quirinale Website


Contact: Scuderie del Quirinale
Via XXIV Maggio 16
Rome
Tel: (39) 06 69 62 71

Prototypology: An Index of Process and Mutation
ROME, ITALY  •  Gagosian Gallery Rome  •  14 January - 2 April 2016
 
 

Prototypology explores research and development in the work of thirty contemporary artists, tracing the evolution from idea to finished artwork through drawings, archives, maquettes, and bricolage. In doing so the exhibition establishes a typology of diverse drafts.

The studio is a liminal zone for sourcing, modifying, and testing. Derived from the Italian word schizzare (splash), a "sketch" represents the initial impulse from mind to hand, the developmental process whereby form begins to emerge. In the laboratory of the studio, bricolage is often used as an instinctual method in the construction of prototypes.

The exhibition includes new works and archival material from Michael Heizer, Takashi Murakami, Albert Oehlen, and Robert Therrien, among other artists. Studies for sculptures by Dan Graham, Claes Oldenburg, Tatiana Trouvé, and Rachel Whiteread reveal moments of process that lead to epiphanies. Monumental, civic, everyday, and otherworldly gestures are visible in a range of preparatory drawings and proposals.

Artists: Vladimir Arkhipov, Richard Artschwager, Nina Beier, Will Boone, Mike Bouchet, Chris Burden, Jason Dodge, Aleksandra Domanović, Dan Graham, Loris Gréaud, Michael Heizer, Carsten Höller, Thomas Houseago, Allan McCollum, Takashi Murakami, Albert Oehlen, Claes Oldenburg, Steven Parrino, Giuseppe Penone, Kirsten Pieroth, Ry Rocklen, Nancy Rubins, Arcangelo Sassolino, David Smith, Rudolf Stingel, Robert Therrien, Mungo Thomson, Tatiana Trouvé, Cy Twombly, Rachel Whiteread



Gagosian Gallery Rome Website


Contact: Gagosian Gallery Rome
Via Francesco Crispi 16
00187 Rome
Italy
Tel: (39) 6 42 08 64 98

Ali Taptik: <EM>Kaza ve Kader</EM>, from the series <EM>Kaza ve Kader</EM>, 2004-2008
Ali Taptik: Kaza ve Kader, from the series Kaza ve Kader, 2004-2008
Istanbul: Passion, Joy, Fury
ROME, ITALY  •  MAXXI National Museum of XXI Century Arts  •  11 December 2015 - 30 April 2016
 
 

Istanbul. Passion, Joy, Fury tackles the dynamics, the changes and the cultural demands of contemporary Turkey, a bridge between the western and eastern worlds. Starting out with the recent protests at Gezi Park, the exhibition examines five major themes: urban transformations; political conflicts and resistance; innovative models of production; geopolitical urgencies; hope.

When Turkey leapt into industrialisation, Istanbul once again became the most important centre of the country. The 1950s and 1960s saw a mass migration of Turkey’s rural population to the city. This migration brought with it important cultural shifts, but also social conflict. Non-Muslim citizens were the victims of an ethnic cleansing that pushed many Jews, Greeks, Armenians and Levantines into leaving the country. Moreover, in recent decades the conflict between Turkish Republic and PKK (the Kurdistan Workers’ Party) has caused the emigration of the Kurdish population towards the West. Yet currently Turkey is trying to accommodate two million Syrian refugees. This history leads to the question: can Istanbul really be a home for all?

The invited artists and architects:

Hamra Abbas, Can Altay & Jeremiah Day, Halil Altındere, Emrah Altınok, Architecture For All (Herkes İçin Mimarlık), Volkan Aslan, Fikret Atay, Atelier Istanbul: Arnavutköy, Vahap Avşar, İmre Azem & Gaye Günay, Osman Bozkurt, Angelika Brudniak & Cynthia Madansky, Hera Büyüktaşçıyan, Antonio Cosentino, Burak Delier, Cem Dinlenmiş, Cevdet Erek, İnci Eviner, Extrastruggle, Nilbar Güreş, Ha Za Vu Zu, Emre Hüner, Ali Kazma, Sinan Logie & Yoann Morvan, Networks of Dispossession, Nejla Osseiran, Ceren Oykut, Pınar Öğrenci, Ahmet Öğüt, Didem Özbek, Şener Özmen, PATTU, Didem Pekün, Zeyno Pekünlü, Mario Rizzi, Sarkis, SO?, Superpool, ŞANALarc, Ali Taptık, Serkan Taycan, Cengiz Tekin, Güneş Terkol, Nasan Tur.



MAXXI National Museum of XXI Century Arts Website


Contact: Via Guido Reni 4A
00196 Rome
Tel: (39) 06 3225178

Toulouse-Lautrec: <EM>The Englishman at the Moulin Rouge</EM>, 1892 - Lithograph (in six colours) on laid paper, 62,4x48,4 cm - Budapest, Galleria Nazionale
Toulouse-Lautrec: The Englishman at the Moulin Rouge, 1892 - Lithograph (in six colours) on laid paper, 62,4x48,4 cm - Budapest, Galleria Nazionale
Toulouse-Lautrec: The Budapest Arts Museum Collection
ROME, ITALY  •  Museo dell'Ara Pacis  •  4 December 2015 - 8 May 2016
 
About 170 works of art coming from Budapest Arts Museum, arrive in Rome for a major exhibition on Toulouse Lautrec; the bohémien painter of the second half of the 19 th century Paris, that aims to show the life of the artist from 1891 to 1900, just before his death, at only 36 years.

Museo dell'Ara Pacis Website


Contact: Museo dell'Ara Pacis
Lungotevere in Augusta
(angolo via Tomacelli)
00186 Roma
Italy
Tel: (39) 06 06 08

Events in Pop Culture and Cinema

Books that have made Europe
ROME, ITALY  •  Accademia dei Lincei  •  31 March - 22 July 2016
 

"The exhibition was designed to show that Europe means plurality of cultures because, with the Mediterranean Sea, it was at the junction of three continents (Africa, Asia and Europe)," curator Roberto Antonelli told AFP.

"It is no coincidence that so many cultures and languages crossed here," he said at a presentation to the press.

Nearly 190 works are displayed in the library of the prestigious Lincean Academy in Rome's Trastevere district, a science academy founded in 1603 and named after the lynx, an animal with the sharp vision science demands.

Books, manuscripts, codices and encyclopedias in Latin, Greek, Chaldean, Arabic and Hebrew, borrowed from Roman and Vatican libraries, are on display in over 40 display cases -- eight of which are bulletproof.

They show "that it is culture which unites us as Europeans. That is the strong message which emerges from the exhibition, even more than its great scientific value," said Rosanna Rummo, head of Italy's state libraries.



Accademia dei Lincei Website


Contact: Accademia dei Lincei
Via della Lungara, 10
00165 Roma
Italy
Tel: (39) 06 68 02 71



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