- What Degas saw
a book, an exhibition, workshops and special events
from 18 March to 27 August 2017
What Degas saw is an exhibition that start from a new illustrated album by Samantha Friedman and Cristina Pieropan on the French artist Edgar Degas published this year by MoMA – FATATRAC. The exhibition is accompanied by a rich programme of workshops that lead schools and families through the streets and into the houses of fin de siècle Paris. Tours of the exhibition and workshops explore the techniques of engraving and the functioning of calcographic machinery works, from the press and the burin to the gouges on display in the exhibition.
- What is it that makes us what we are?
tour of the exhibition and workshop for schools and families
from 12 February to 28 May 2017
To mark the exhibition entitled "DNA. The great book of life from Mendel to genomics", the Art Worshop is organising a tour of the exhibition and a workshop to accompany children on a fascinating journey inside the human body and its most microscopic components.
- Rebel models
animated tour of the exhibition
What is a hero? How do you recognise one? Enjoy a close encounter in the exhibition with the antiheroes of Baselitz, who resorts to his unmistakable style to depict rebels and solitary figures.
- Spot! 20 minutes in a work of art
Georg Baselitz. The heroes
24 March, 21 April, 26 May at 18.30
Lettura guidata di un’opera in mostra condotta da Daniela Lancioni, co-curatrice della mostra.