Ferrara Arte exhibitions

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Ferrara Arte - Current Exhibitions in Ferrara

Arrigo Minerbi: "il vero ideale" tra Liberty e Classicismo
08 July 2023 - 26 December 2023 - Castello Estense

The exhibition traces for the first time the entire span of Minerbi's production, the sculptor pre-diluted by D'Annunzio, placing him in the Italian artistic context of the early 20th century.

Thanks to loans from important museums and private collections, the exhibition brings together around 80 pictorial and sculptural works in different formats, including monumental ones. The presence of works in plaster, marble, stone, bronze and terracotta, and the comparison of sketches, models, finished works and casts allows the visitor to approach the author's modus operandi and virtuosic treatment of materials, capable of interpreting the linear synthesis of the secessions, or emulating the formal clarity of the Renaissance masters with an original purist naturalism.

Booking is recommended, for all information click HERE.

Linus. All the issues from 1965 to 2023
8 September - 26 December 2023 - Castello Estense, Sala dei Comuni

An extraordinary exhibition that brings together for the first time the 700 original covers of the historic magazine "Linus" from 1965, the date of its founding, to the present. A major exhibition conceived on the occasion of the centenary of the birth of Charles M. Schulz, the author of the legendary Peanuts.

A journey through color, ideas, and the history of Italy, following the comic revolution of "Linus" that helped make the cultural history of our country.

For all information click HERE

Achille Funi. A master of the twentieth century between history and myth
October 28, 2023 - February 25, 2024 - Ferrara, Palazzo dei Diamanti

A unique opportunity to encounter the great work of Achille Funi, among the most significant and sensitive interpreters of the artistic temperament of the first half of the 20th century.

From Futurist research to attention to the poetics of Magical Realism, from dialogue with the New Objectivity to the recovery of the Italian tradition of the Renaissance and classical antiquity, this major anthological exhibition takes place: over one hundred and thirty works illustrate the path of a modern artist devoted, however, to classicism who, through passionate research on techniques and pictorial forms, was able to win a leading place in the panorama of Italian art of the twentieth century.

Find out all the information HERE

To keep up to date with the splendid exhibitions of Ferrara Arte, visit the official website .

Ferrara Arte - The Foundation

In Ferrara, important art events mean Ferrara Arte, a foundation established with the aim of holding international exhibitions in the splendid setting of the Palazzo dei Diamanti in collaboration with the Art Museums Service of the Municipality of Ferrara.
The foundation's first initiative dates back to 1991-92 when, together with the Musée Marmottan, an anthological exhibition of Giovanni Boldini was organised in Paris, followed in Ferrara by the exhibition 'Claude Monet and his friends'.

Over the years, Ferrara Arte has forged a valuable network of connections and collaborations with the world's greatest museums - from the Metropolitan in New York to the Getty Museum in Los Angeles, from the Museo del Prado to the Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza in Madrid, from the Tate in London to the Bozar in Brussels and the Staatsgalerie in Stuttgart - making the Palazzo dei Diamanti one of the best known and most respected excellences abroad.

Palazzo Diamanti Ferrara

Ferrara PAlazzo Diamanti

Alongside the exhibitions organised at the historic building located in the so-called Quadrivio degli Angeli, Ferrara Arte has distinguished itself for initiatives aimed at enhancing the historical, cultural and artistic heritage of the city and its province, and in recent years has employed its professionalism to design and realise exhibition projects in different city spaces, including the Castello Estense, Palazzina Marfisa d'Este, Padiglione d'Arte Contemporanea and Palazzo Bonacossi.