The weekend's exhibitions, from Picasso to Toulouse-Lautrec

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The weekend's exhibitions, from Picasso to Toulouse-Lautrec

From van Gogh to Picasso, passing through Toulouse-Lautrec and De Nittis up to Bellini and the Pre-Raphaelites: what awaits us will be a weekend particularly full of great names in art.
TRIESTE – After the enormous success in Rome (with a record of 600 thousand visitors), the great exhibition dedicated to van Gogh, organized by Arthemisia, arrives at the Revoltella Museum in Trieste: curated by Maria Teresa Benedetti and Francesca Villanti and created with the collaboration of the Kröller-Müller Museum in Otterlo, the exhibition presents 50 works by van Gogh. Two masterpieces are added to the Trieste exhibition, exhibited together for the first time: Monsieur and Madame Ginoux (better known as the Arlesiana).
MILAN – The Picasso exhibition opens at Mudec on 22 February. The metamorphosis of the figure, produced by 24 Ore Cultura – Gruppo 24 Ore, edited by Malén Gual and Ricardo Ostalé. Scheduled until June 30, the project brings together 40 works by the Spanish master, including paintings, sculptures, together with 26 drawings and sketches from preparatory studies of the precious Quaderno n. 7 granted for the exhibition by the Pablo Ruiz Picasso Foundation – Museo Casa Natal of Malaga.
The Brassaï retrospective. The Eye of Paris, from 23 February to 2 June at the Royal Palace and curated by Philippe Ribeyrolles, turns the spotlight on one of the protagonists of 20th century photography, defined by his friend Henry Miller as the “living eye” of photography. More than 200 vintage prints, as well as sculptures, documents and objects belonging to the photographer, for an in-depth and original look at Brassaï's work, with particular attention to the famous images dedicated to the French capital and his life.
Also at Palazzo Reale from 24 February to 30 June, the homage to Giuseppe De Nittis in a large monographic exhibition which presents around 90 paintings, including oils and pastels, from the main public and private collections, Italian and foreign.
Titled De Nittis. Painter of Modern Life, the exhibition highlights the international stature of a painter who was, together with Boldini, the greatest of the Italians in Paris, a city where he managed to stand comparison with Manet, Degas and the Impressionists, and in which he proposed his innovative idea of painting.
The Carlo Maria Martini Diocesan Museum welcomes the Lamentation over the Dead Christ by Giovanni Bellini, one of the greatest masterpieces of Italian painting: the exhibition, set up from 20 February to 11 May and curated by Nadia Righi and Fabrizio Biferali, presents the precious panel, created by Bellini around 1475, which originally constituted the coping for the altarpiece of the main altar of the church of San Francesco in Pesaro.
ROVIGO – From 23 February to 30 June Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec will be the protagonist at Palazzo Roverella, in a large exhibition dedicated to him. Curated by Jean-David Jumeau-Lafond, Francesco Parisi and Fanny Girard, with the collaboration of Nicholas Zmelty, the exhibition focuses on Toulouse-Lautrec's activity as a painter, presenting paintings and pastels from important American and European museums as well as than French, in relation to the Parisian environment in which he worked, placing the artist in comparison with realists, impressionists, symbolists.
FORLÌ – From 24 February to 30 June at the Museums of San Domenico the great Pre-Raphaelite exhibition. Modern Renaissance, directed by Gianfranco Brunelli: 320 works by Italian and international artists tell the profound influence of Italian art, from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance, on the artistic movement that revolutionized Victorian England and which had a decisive impact on the European season of symbolism.

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