Tenth Dialogue “Rebel Angel by Osvaldo Licini and hidden paintings”
Extended until February 19th, 2023 – In the tenth dialogue, for the first time the public will see a work from the modern collection, set to be exhibited soon in the rooms of Palazzo Citterio-Brera Modern. The Brera painting Rebel Angel with White Moon (1955) by Osvaldo Licini (Monte Vidon Corrado 1894 – 1958) will be compared with a painting of similar subject, Rebel Angel on a Dark Red Background (1946), on loan from the Ascoli Piceno Galleria d’Arte Contemporanea.
Till September 25th 2022, the Pinacoteca di Brera presented “Caravaggio”, the ninth Dialogue that compareed two absolute masterpieces of the Lombard genius such as The Supper at Emmaus from the Pinacoteca di Brera and David with the Head of Goliath from the Galleria Borghese, Rome.
Seventh dialogue “On Ingres and Hayez. A different look at mid-19th century women”
The stars of the seventh dialogue are a masterpiece from the Pinacoteca’s own collections entitled Portrait of Teresa Manzoni Stampa Borri by Francesco Hayez and three important guest works rarely shown in public, all of which illustrate different approaches to the interpretation of naturalism.
From 30 March the Pinacoteca di Brera will be hosting a new and highly original dialogue among masterpieces in the history of art: “Around Lotto” will be showcasing paintings from the museum’s own collection in dialogue with other “guest” pictures.
Third dialogue “Caravaggio. Readings and Re-readings”
The Pinacoteca hosts the new exceptional dialogue between the museum’s most celebrated paintings, the Supper at Emmaus by the Lombard master Michelangelo Merisi, better known as Caravaggio and other “guest” works.
Annibale Carracci’s Lamentation over the Dead Christ is coming to Brera to engage in dialogue with Andrea Mantegna’s masterpiece and also with another version of the same theme, the Lamentation over the Dead Christ, painted by Orazio Borgianni.