(ANSA) – MILAN, 01 JUL – Saturday 3 July the three museums of the Intesa Sanpaolo Galleries of Italy in Milan, Vicenza and Naples participate in the seventeenth edition of the “European Night of Museums”, which includes the extraordinary evening opening of hundreds of museums in Europe. “Our Galleries of Italy – commented Michele Coppola, executive director of Art, Culture and Historical Heritage Intesa Sanpaolo – participate with pleasure in the extraordinary opening together with the museums of Europe, to reaffirm the centrality of places of culture and the need for return to experience the beauty of art “.
In Milan, in the Piazza Scala, the temporary exhibition “Painting is back. Eighties, painting in Italy”, curated by Luca Massimo Barbero, will be open for free from 8pm to midnight, last admission at 10.30pm.
In Naples, at Palazzo Zevallos Stigliano, admission will be free from 8 pm to 11 pm, last admission at 10.30 pm; visitors will have access to the permanent collections and the Los Angeles temporary exhibition. (State of Mind), curated by Luca Beatrice.
In Vicenza, Palazzo Leoni Montanari proposes Seeing the invisible, a new staging of some examples of the collection of Russian icons, in dialogue with the works of the Russian artist Valery Koshlyakov; the museum will be open from 6pm to 11pm (last admission at 10.30pm), but for the whole day visits, on the occasion of the inauguration of the new icon collection exhibition path, will be free.
Limited admissions and safe visits to all three locations. To share impressions and experiences, you can tell your “night at the Gallerie d’Italia” on social networks with the hashtags # NotteDeiMusei2021 # NDM21 and #GalleriedItalia.