Impressions of East
The exhibition “Impressions of the East. Art and collecting between Europe and Japan" illustrates, through a wide and diversified selection of works coming from Italy and from abroad, the development of the taste directed towards Japan which pervaded the western artistic culture between the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century, particularly in France and in Italy.
In the variegated context of the international taste for Japan and of its influence on the arts, the exhibition will focus on the greatest Italian and European artists who came under the spell of 'Japanism': from De Nittis to Rodin, from Chini to Induno, from Van Gogh to Gauguin and Fantin-Latour, from Toulouse-Lautrec to Monet, displaying some of their absolute masterpieces of that period.
In collaboration with Storyville.it
Service Video Installations
Client Gruppo 24Ore