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Start: 12/06/2019
9:00 AM
End: 04/13/2020
6:00 PM

Event Venue

Piazza dei Signori, Vicenza

GPS: 45.5470867, 11.546086699999933

Ritratto di donna.
Il sogno degli anni Venti
e lo sguardo di Ubaldo Oppi

PORTRAIT OF A WOMAN
THE DREAM OF THE TWENTIES
AND THE GAZE OF UBALDO OPPI

The 1920s are characterised by change and modernity: during those years, the most charming international art movement is that of Magical Realism, in which the vision of reality is wrapped in an atmosphere of wonder and expectation. In Italy, this vision is often portrayed by evoking memories of the Classicism and the Renaissance. Following this movement, intense portraits of strong women were created, standing out on the canvas with powerful personalities, loved, sometimes even feared, but always celebrated in their mesmerising beauty.

Ubaldo Oppi (Bologna 1889 – Vicenza 1942) is the absolute protagonist of those years, one of the most famous artists in Europe and the United States, with his works being sold in splendid collections.

VENUE
The exhibition will be hosted in the Basilica Palladiana. 
Part of a project to relaunch the Palladian Basilica in Vicenza and make it into a venue for exhibitions with an international scope.

HOURS
From 6th December 2019 to 13th April 2020
Open daily, 10AM – 6PM
Last entrance 30 minutes before the closing time.
Individual visitors will receive an audioguide available in English language too.

TICKETS
See below.
Open date tickets can already be purchased at the Tourist Information Office in Piazza Matteotti, 12 (Monday-Sunday, 9AM-5:30PM)

Official website: https://www.mostreinbasilica.it/en/ritratto-di-donna

Fees & Tickets
Full Exhibit ticket
Single online ticket for the exhibition. The online ticket purchase entitles you to avoid the queue
Free entrance up to 10 years old
Free
Reduced Exhibit ticket - 11-17yo
Single online ticket for the exhibition. The online ticket purchase entitles you to avoid the queue

Organizer

Palladian Basilica

The Basilica Palladiana is the iconic building of Vicenza. It is a public building facing onto the Piazza dei Signori square. Its name is linked to Andrea Palladio, who redesigned…

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