Third dialogue “Caravaggio. Readings and Re-readings” – Video Teaser
From November 10th to February 5th the Pinacoteca di Brera will be hosting the third exceptional dialogue between one of the museum’s in-house masterpieces and other “guest” works. The star of this edition is one of the Pinacoteca’s most celebrated paintings, the Supper at Emmaus by the Lombard master Michelangelo Merisi, better known as Caravaggio.
James M. Bradburne presents the second dialogue Andrea Mantegna: New Perspectives
James M. Bradburne, general director of the Pinacoteca Brera and Biblioteca Braidense, presents the second dialogue Andrea Mantegna: New Perspectives.
Video Teaser – Second dialogue. Andrea Mantegna: New Perspectives
From 16 June to 25 September 2016 the Pinacoteca di Brera will be hosting a spectacular new dialogue between two masterpieces in the history of world art: Andrea Mantegna’s Lamentation over the Dead Christ, one of the Milan picture gallery’s most emblematic works and a universal icon of the Renaissance, and the Corpse of Christ (or The Body of Christ and the Implements of His Martyrdom), a version of the same subject painted by Annibale Carracci in 1583–5 and on loan from the Staatsgalerie in Stuttgart.
James M. Bradburne presents the first dialogue between Perugino and Raphael
James M. Bradburne, general director of the Pinacoteca Brera and Biblioteca Braidense, presents the first dialogue between the master and the pupil: Perugino and Raphael, the Marriage of the Virgin.
First dialogue Raphael and Perugino | Video Teaser
Perugino and Raphael, the Marriage of the Virgin. A dialogue between the master and the pupil
Picasso, La loge (Le balcon)
Rediscovered in Brera’s storage facility, this painting by Pablo Picasso tells us far more than we can grasp at first sight
The Kiss, Francesco Hayez
The video by VIVA srl for the Press Conference Dedicated to the new re-installation of the Kiss by Hayez.
Art lessons by Dario Fo
Thanks to Eugenia Grassi for the press conference video, February 20th, 2015
Scopri le Marche a Brera
Un video per raccontare quante opere Napoleone Bonaparte portò via da questa regione per esporle alla Pinacoteca di Brera