Exhibitions and retrospectives that will make you want to travel in discovery of international capitals, this are the characteristics describing 2018.
Frida Kahlo – Milan (01 February – 03 June 2018)
This month an exhibition has begun that shows the works of the Mexican artist Frida Kahlo at the MUDEC in Milan. A museum itinerary that collects pieces from all over the world allowing the viewer to rediscover the artist in all its facets.
Renzo Piano – London (15 September 2018 – 20 January 2019)
50 years of career revealed in an exhibition: working closely with the Italian architect to offer visitors a roundup of his masterpieces with a focus on the design phase of his more famous buildings, the Royal Academy of Arts in London will celebrate the artist Renzo Piano.
Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination – New York (10 May – 8 October 2018)
One of the most anticipated exhibitions of the year will be hosted by the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, an installation sui generis that investigates the marriage between religious art and contemporary fashion. Papal clothes and objects coming directly from the Sistine Chapel will be on display, as well as a Gianni Versace head from 1997-98 inspired by a Byzantine processional cross.
Bijoux d’artistes, de Calder a Koons – Paris (7 March – 8 July 2018)
No other more appropriate name for a showcase of over 200 jewels made by the greatest modern and contemporary artists such as Alexander Calder, Max Ernst, Niki de Saint and Phalle Pablo Picasso, on display at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris.
100 years of Modernism – Vienna (from January)
The Austrian capital will host not just one event but numerous exhibitions in order to celebrate the 100th anniversary of modernism at the turn of the nineteenth and twentieth centurie, from Gustav Klimt (Stairway to Klimt to the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna) to Egon Schiele (Egon Schiele, expression and lyricism at the Museum Leopold), as well as exhibitions dedicated to the photography of Viennese modernism.