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The exhibitions for autumn 2023

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Ten must see exhibitions for autumn 2023?

If you are looking for must see exhibitions, here are the ones that we think could meet your expectations. For all other exhibitions, in many cities in Italy and Europe, visit Artsupp!


Mario Sironi Solennità e tormento, at Galleria Bper in Modena until Februray the 4th 2024

Mario Sironi Solennità e tormento exhibits 40 artworks by Mario Sironi. Among the artworks on display, the painting “Allegory of work” stands out, to which are added important masterpieces from important private collections, from the Mario Sironi Association and from the Mario Sironi Archive.

The main theme at the center of the exhibition is the “word“, also a key element of the exhibition that the BPER Banca Gallery dedicates to Sironi.

Mario Sironi, Allegoria del lavoro

Vivian Maier Anthology Palazzo Pallavicini until January the 28th 2024

Palazzo Pallavicini will host, starting on the 7th Ocotber, the exhibition “Vivian Maier – Anthology”, exhibition of around 150 original and Super 8mm photographs by one of the most loved and appreciated photographers of this century. The exhibition is organized and created by Chiara Campagnoli, Deborah Petroni and Rubens Fogacci of Pallavicini srl with the curatorship of Anne Morin Chroma photography based on photos from the Maloof Collection archive and the Howard Greendberg Gallery in New York.

Palazzo Pallavicini, Vivian Maier – September the 18th

Anish Kapoor untrue unreal at Palazzo Strozzi, from 7 October to 4 February 2024

From October the 7th 2023 Fondazione Palazzo Strozzi opens a new major exhibition conceived and created with Anish Kapoor, an internationally renowned contemporary artist

The exhibition offers a journey through monumental installations, intimate environments and disturbing forms, creating an original and engaging dialogue with the architecture and public of Palazzo Strozzi.

Anish Kapoor Untrue Unreal

Africa. The forgotten collections Royal Museums of Turin until February the 25th 2024

On 27th of October 2023 opens at Musei Reali, the exhibtion AFRICA.

The exhibition was born following the interventions of restoration of the collections including African objects in the deposit of the’Armeria Reale and in the collections of Castelli di Aglié and Racconigi: therefore the need emerged to engage with experts in African history and with communities of origin to build a dialogue, an intercultural bridge and a key to access the contemporary reality of new citizens, coming in particular from the Horn of Africa.

AFRICA The forgotten collections

Un mare tutto fresco di colore at Galleria Nazionale dell’Umbria until January 14, 2024

The Galleria Nazionale dell’Umbria di Perugia hosts from 6th of October 2023 to 14th of January 2024 the exhibition Un mare tutto fresco di colore. Sandro Penna and the figurative arts, which investigates Penna’s relationship with the world of art, focusing on the tastes and trends widespread on the cultural scene between the 1940s and the 1970s, of which the poet was an absolute protagonist, like of Pier Paolo Pasolini, Alberto Moravia and Elsa Morante, his friends and colleagues.

Dopopioggia, Mario Mafai, 1945 | Oil on canvas

Thao Nguyen Phan at Pirelli Hangar Bicocca until 14th of January 2024

From 14th of september 2023 to 14th of January 2024 Pirelli HangarBicocca presentsThao Nguyen Phan Reincarnations of Shadows, Thao Nguyen Phan’s first solo exhibition in Italy. Internationally recognized for her combined use of painting, moving image and sculpture, the Vietnamese artist creates dreamlike and poetic narratives that trace the history of her country in relation to contemporary environmental and social changes.

Marcel Duchamp e la seduzione della copia at Guggenheim in Venice until March 18, 2024

Da 14 ottobre 2023 al 18 marzo, 2024, la Collezione Peggy Guggenheim presentsMarcel Duchamp e la seduzione della copia, curated by Paul B. Franklin, independent scholar living in Paris and among the leading experts on Marcel Duchamp. This is the first major solo exhibition that the museum has dedicated to Duchamp, one of the most influential and innovative artists of the twentieth century, a historic friend and advisor to the American patron Peggy Guggenheim.

Escher at Palazzo Bonaparte until April the 1st 2024

From 31 October 2023, 100 years after his first visit to the capital in 1923, Escher returns to Rome with the largest and most complete exhibition ever dedicated to him, at Palazzo Bonaparte, in Piazza Venezia. The exhibition in Rome is an exceptional event which presents to the public, in addition to his most famous masterpieces, also numerous new works never exhibited before.


El Greco at Palazzo Reale in Milan until February the 11th 2024

Starting from October, Palazzo Reale a Milano The exhibition is staged by El Greco, a Greek naturalized Spanish artist who lived between the 16th and 17th centuries. The Milanese exhibition focuses on fundamental moments in the artist’s evolution, between “Greek manner” and Mannerism, Michelangelo’s monumentality and devotion, introspection (El Greco was the first to initiate the “psychological” portrait in Spain) and mysticism.

El Greco, Palazzo Reale in Milan

Alphonse Mucha at Museo degli Innocenti in Florence until April the 7th 2024

At Museo degli Innocenti in Florence , from27th of October until the 7th of April 2024, a major exhibition dedicated to Alphonse Mucha, the father of Art Nouveau, arrives.
On display are more than two hundred works present in the exhibition itinerary which will accompany the visitor to discover the Belle Époque when Paris was the center of the world and Mucha one of the most famous and sought after artists.

If you are also interested in all the others exhibitions that shouldn’t be missed in 2023 in Rome, Venice, Turin and Milan, we recommend our insights:

Rome: major exhibitions 2023

Venice: exhibitions to see in 2023

Turin: the 2023 exhibitions

Exhibitions in Milan 2023: the five must-see

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