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  • Correggio e Parmigianino. Arte a Parma nel Cinquecento
    Correggio and Parmigianino. Art in Parma in the 16th Century
    Roma - Exhibitions, from 12/03/16 to 26/06/16

Correggio and Parmigianino. Art in Parma in the 16th Century

Roma
Exhibitions

 

The Scuderie del Quirinale is to host an exhibition, Correggio e Parmigianino. Arte a Parma nel Cinquecento (Correggio and Parmigianino. Art in Parma in the 16th Century)  seeking to introduce its visitors to the fabulous art of Parma in the first half of the 16th century, proving that the great art of the Italian Renaissance was not limited solely to the three main centres of Florence, Venice and Rome.

This golden age in Parma was primarily a product of the genius of its unquestioned protagonists Correggio (1489–1534) and Parmigianino (1503–40).  From the artistic output of Correggio, who travelled to Parma at the height of his career and stayed there for the rest of his life, the exhibition will be hosting not only a selection of masterpieces that illustrate his ability to convey an astonishing range of emotion and sentiment in religious paintings, but also some of his celebrated mythological paintings which were to have such a huge influence on later artists.

 

In the case of Parmigianino, who worked in Rome and in Bologna, the exhibition will not only be hosting a selection of his religious and mythological paintings but will also be highlighting his spectacular achievements in the field of portraiture.

 

In addition to their paintings, a selection of the two masters' graphic work will serve to point up the their radically different attitude to drawing, Correggio's basically functional approach contrasting with the incomparably richer and more varied output of Parmigianino, whom one might almost call a compulsive draughtsman.

 

In addition to these two great masters, whose work will of course comprise the meat of the exhibition, we will also be showing paintings and drawings by four other artists of the so-called School of Parma – Michelangelo Anselmi, Francesco Maria Rondani, Girolamo Mazzola Bedoli and Giorgio Gandini del Grano – who, while perhaps less well-known, were nevertheless equally talented, their work bearing out the contention that one of the most remarkable effects of Correggio's and Parmigianino's presence in Parma was precisely the emergence of a circle of pupils and followers.  This section will also contain numerous little-known works that are virtually impossible to see because they are either in private collections or have never been displayed in public before now.

 

The exhibition is to be curated by Professor David Ekserdjian, who has devoted the last thirty-five years of his life to studying the School of Parma, producing numerous publications of merit in the process, including monographs on Correggio (1997) and Parmigianino (2006), both of which are widely acknowledged to have made a crucial contribution to the study of Italian art in the 16th Century.

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Image: Parmigianino (Francesco Mazzola), Ritratto di giovane donna detta "Schiava turca" (particolare). Parma, Galleria Nazionale.
Su concessione del Ministero dei Beni, delle Attività Culturali e del Turismo - Polo Museale dell’Emilia Romagna.

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+39 06 39967500

  • Information, booking, guided tour for schools

848 082 408

Correggio and Parmigianino. Art in Parma in the 16th Century


Roma

Coopculture

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Admission ticket
  • - Full € 12
  • - Reduced € 9.50
Other Reduced
  • reduced for:

    - young people under 26
    - senior citizens over 65
    - teachers
    - groups who book in advance (minimum 7  - maximum 25 people) from Tuesday to Friday
    - groups with special concessions
    - forces of law and order and the military on producing an ID

     

    reduced € 6.00 7/18 years old

     

    reduced for schools € 4.00

Other Reduced Event ticket
  • Free:

    - children under 6

    - 1 person accompanying each booked group

    - 1 person accompanying every 10 students

    - disabled (free admission for the person accompanying them)

    - Regione Lazio tourist guides

    - Regione Lazio tourist escorts

    - interpreters accompanying the guides- ICOM and ICROM card holders

    - thanks to Lottomatica free entry for under 30 on the first Wednesday of the month from 2:00pm to 7:00pm

    The entrance is free for single visitors only. It is not available for groups.

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    • Individuals

    € 2.00

     

    • Groups

    Obbligatoria, € 30.00 (min 7 - max. 25 persone)

     

    • Schools

    Obbligatoria, € 20.00 (min 7 - max. 25 studenti)

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