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Rebel women. Renata di Francia and Giulia Gonzaga

Rebel women. Renata di Francia and Giulia Gonzaga

Until Jun 30, 2020

A contemporary point of view on the female side of Renaissance. On display, precious miniatures by Agnieszka Kossowska, for the first time in Ferrara, to remind us the story of Renata di Francia, Giulia Gonzaga and other “rebel” women of the Italian Renaissance.

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De Nittis and the revolution of seeing

De Nittis and the revolution of seeing

Until Apr 13, 2020

De Nittis, like Boldini, was a prominent figure on the late-nineteenth-century Parisian scene throughout his career, first as avant-garde exponent of the realist school in southern Italy, and later as a full-fledged part of the Parisian innovators with whom he shared interests in photography and Japanese art, fields that profoundly influenced his work.

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The Franco Farina collection – Art and avant-garde in Ferrara 1963/1993

The Franco Farina collection – Art and avant-garde in Ferrara 1963/1993

Until Mar 15, 2020

Between the 1960s and 1990s, Ferrara was an important avant-garde arts centre, thanks to Franco Farina, curator of the Modern Arts Gallery at Palazzo dei Diamanti. This experience can be witnessed by his personal art collection.

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Over the frame. Gaetano Previati and the artistic renewal between Ferrara and Milano

Over the frame. Gaetano Previati and the artistic renewal between Ferrara and Milano

Until Jun 07, 2020

For the 100th anniversary of Gaetano Previati’s death, Ferrara pays a homage to this great Symbolist painter, with an exhibition at the Este Castle, within the project "L'arte per l'arte", dedicated to local heritage

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Jewish Ferrara

Jewish Ferrara

Until Mar 01, 2020

Jews and Ferrara, a long and very deep relationship. A well-known history, which will be explained at the MEIS Museum until March 2020.

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