De Chirico's exhibition at the Palazzo Reale in Milan, produced by Electa and Marsilio, exhibits over 120 masterpieces by the great 20th-century artist, which illustrate the evolution and originality of his painting over a period of time ranging from the first stay to Paris (1912) and the encounter with the avant-gardes (Picasso, Apollinaire), passing through the period of Metaphysics and that of Surrealism, up to the trip to New York in 1938 and to the Biennale of 1940.
The exhibition, open from 25 September 2019 to 19 January 2020, is a unique and precious opportunity to retrace the salient stages of the painter's production, from the formulation of the metaphysical alphabet elaborated with Carlo Carrà, to his stay in Milan and finally reaching the so-called neometaphysics. Set up in thematic sections, the exhibition path intends to unravel the mystery of De Chirico's paintings, presenting inventions, cultural references and sources of inspiration, which on the one hand literally made the history of Italian art, on the other they are at the same time extraordinarily current.
For more information on the De Chirico exhibition, you can visit the official website of Palazzo Reale.
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