Hiroshima, Hokusai e Utamaro a Palazzo Reale di Milanocome del con cronaca teramo in tempo reale
Visitors to the exhibition will enjoy a dual experience: first, feeling the same wonder viewers feel before the freshness and simplicity of the shapes and colours of artists such as Monet, Van Gogh, Degas and Toulouse-Lautrec, which contributed to changing and revolutionizing the pictorial language of Paris of the late nineteenth century; and second, discovering the unusual technical elements, the skill and the eccentricity of each of the three artists. There had already been important contact between the two countries, beginning in the sixteenth century when, at the behest of individual fiefdoms and men of the military aristocracy who were particularly sensitive to Western culture and the Christian religion, exploratory missions were sent to America, to Europe and in particular to Italy and the Vatican. However, the treaty of was the first one signed between modern countries after more than two centuries of a closed Japan. Therefore is not only an important anniversary for diplomacy; it will also become an opportunity to explore or even discover new aspects of the cultural, economic, political and social exchanges which have taken place between our country and Japan and which today are more present than ever. The programme is packed with events and celebrations involving various cities and Japanese and Italian institutions. In Italy, many events have been selected by the Committee for the coordination of the th anniversary of relations between Japan and Italy.
Tickets for the exhibition, besides the ticket office of the Royal Palace, are on sale at the online booking service Viva Ticket. Click the button below to purchase your ticket. Minimum 15 maximum 25 people. For schools of all levels. FREE children less than 6 years old, qualified tourist guides with badge, a companion for each group, two companions for each school group, one accompanist for handicapped person who present needs, a companion and a guide for each group and Touring Club FAI, journalists accredited by Press Office of the City and of the Exhibition, employees of the Superintendence to Landscape and Architectural heritage of Milan, ICOM members, tour guides upon presentation of the professional qualification card , employees of the Exhibitions Pole Service of Royal Palace upon presentation of member card , supervisory board members and firefighters on presentation of membership card, without names. IT EN.
Men and animals, the humble witnesses of daily existence, legend and history, mundane rituals and work, landscapes of every kind, the sea, the mountains, the forest, the storms, the warm rains of solitary springtime, a lively breeze whipping around street corners, the north wind in the open countryside and the delicate visages of women. All these things, along with the world of dreams and the world of the marvellous, are the favourite subjects of the three artists par excellence of the "Floating World" the ukiyo-e : Hokusai, Hiroshige and Utamaro. And it is the three artists par excellence of the ukiyo-e who are the focus of the exhibition opening on 22 September through 29 January at the Palazzo Reale in Milan.
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Milan is known as the city of fashion. In its main streets, it is easy to see, the most frequent visitors of the city the Japanese , out of stores with packets of all kinds. They too will see the Christmas tree in Piazza Duomo, the symbol of the festivities in the city, loved by locals and tourists, in the scenario that has as its background the Duomo. This year, in Milan, the tree will be called Joy. That big spruce 28 meters decorated with red and silver balls , will be enveloped by six kilometers of lights. Hokusai, Hiroshige, Utamaro: places and faces of Japan who won the West.
A selection of over masterpieces tells of a Floating World where the ethics of samurai is opposed by the joy of every single moment, the pleasure and enjoyment in all its forms. Many were the schools and artists who specialized in these themes, but three are the Masters that still remain the undisputed reference points: Katsushika Hokusai , Utagawa Hiroshige and Kitagawa Utamaro Hokusai [ Reinterprets the concept of the famous wave of Hokusai, take a picture and post it on Instagram: a jury will select the most original and will award it. Visit the page and read the rules to know all the details.