Japan. Body Perform Live

The exhibition, curated by Shihoko Ilda e Diego Sileo investigates the Japanese contemporary art of the 2000s, focusing on how bodies and performances are connected to society, environment, materiality and technology.

Robert Capa. In the History

On the occasion of the 110th anniversary of Robert Capa’s birth, Mudec pays tribute to the great Hungarian photographer Robert Capa.

Patrons, Collectors, Philanthropists. From the Medici to the Rothschilds

The exhibition features more than 120 works from different periods from prestigious international museums such as the National Gallery in London, Musée du Louvre in Paris, Albertina in Vienna, Staatliche Museen in Berlin, and The Morgan Library & Museum in New York. On display are authors such as Verrocchio, Michelangelo, Bronzino, Caravaggio, Gherardo delle Notti, …

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“EL” Romeo Castellucci

A mechanical installation that invades the stage of the theater at Triennale completely occupying the visual space bounded by the stage arch.

A Quick Guide to Turin’s Contemporary Art Week

Portuguese artist Diana Policarpo’s practice traverses the various disciplines of history, cultural anthropology, and biogenetics, combining the genre of documentary together with speculative fiction. “Liquid Transfers” is a multichannel audio video installation now on view at Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo in Turin.

Turin lights up with new exhibitions at major cultural venues as the contemporary art fair Artissima kicks off.

Raphael. The Predella of the Pala Oddi

The Museo Diocesano Carlo Maria Martini presents the Predella of the Pala Oddi from the collections of the Vatican Museums, an early masterpiece by Raphael.