Sixty-four masterpieces that recount twenty years of the first Italian and international avant-garde
Palatine Chapel of the Maschio Angioino, from October 19, 2018 to February 17, 2019
Extraordinary works by Boccioni, Balla, Carrà, Severini, among others, lead us to discover, through three new and disruptive creative dimensions, the first and most important of the
European avant-garde. “FUTURISMO years ’10 – years ’20”, is an exhibition built exclusively for Naples, scheduled from October 19, 2018 to February 17, 2019, in the fourteenth-century Cappella Palatina del Maschio Angioino, presents, for the first time together, sixty-four masterpieces that recount twenty years of the first Italian and international avant-garde.
Promoted by the City of Naples – Department of Culture and Tourism, organised by C.O.R. ( Create Organize Realize), the exhibition, curated by Giancarlo Carpi with Francesca Villanti, hosts important works, from the years ten to the twenties,admired in some of the main historical groups of the Futurist movement.
Among these, the Portrait of Augusta Popoff, 1906 by Umberto Boccioni, Argentine tango (danse), 1912 by Gino Severini, Motociclista, 1914 by Gerardo Dottori, Bouquet of Flowers, 1917 by Julius Evola, Space Contruction Landscape 1921 by Enrico Prampolini, Rhythms of rocks and sea 1929 by Benedetta, Woman and Environment , 1922 by De Pistoris.
Among other curiosities, Fortunato Depero ‘s Pupazzo Campari, the sculpture in wood made for Campari is an example of anticipation of the pop art.
Palatine Chapel of the Maschio Angioino – Naples
19 October 2018/17 February 2019
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Monday to Saturday 10:00 – 19:00
Sunday and holidays 10:00 to 14:00
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From Monday to Saturday
Full € 10.00
reduced € 8.00
The ticket includes admission to the exhibition and to the Castel Nuovo Museum – Maschio Angioino
Full € 8.00 – reduced € 6.00
The ticket is for the sole visit to the exhibition