Until 12 March 2023
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Palazzo Reale until 12 March 2023

From 22 September 2022 to 29 January 2023, Palazzo Reale in Milan celebrates Richard Avedon

Jheronimus Bosch (1453 - 1516) is known worldwide for his language of dreamlike visions and curious worlds, fires, monstrous creatures and fantastic figures.

Milan for the first time, under the artistic direction of the Palazzo Reale and Castello Sforzesco, pays tribute to the great Flemish genius and his fortune in southern Europe with an unprecedented exhibition project that presents a fascinating thesis: Bosch, according to the curators, represents the emblem of an 'alternative' Renaissance, far from the Renaissance governed by the myth of classicism, and is proof of the existence of a plurality of Renaissance, with artistic centers spread throughout Europe.

Prominent in this very rich corpus are some of Bosch's most celebrated masterpieces and works derived from the Master's subjects-never before presented together in a single exhibition.

Indeed, Bosch is the author of very few works universally attributed to him and preserved in museums around the world. Precisely because they are so rare and precious, this artist's masterpieces rarely leave the museums to which they belong, and even more rarely do we have the opportunity to see them brought together in a single exhibition.

Palazzo Reale until 12 March 2023
Piazza del Duomo, 12 - Milano