Misslopez’s tips: a cultural Easter in the Latin World


Planning to spend the Easter vacations in Italy or Spain?

Here are Misslopez’s tips for a great cultural holiday around the Latin World!

Roma


Edward Hopper, at Museo Fondazione Roma (Sunday’s opening: 10-20, Monday: 10-18).

Stephen Shore and his beautiful landscapes at Museo di Roma, Trastevere (open on Monday).

Fabrizio De André: a multimedial and interactive exhibition, at Museo dell’Ara Pacis (extraordinary opening on Monday).

Milano


Francisco Goya and other big names of modern art (Mirò and Bacon, for example) at Palazzo Reale (open between 9:30 alle 19:30 on Sunday and Monday).

Venezia


Cubism, Futurism, Surrealism, Metaphysical painting at Palazzo Venier dei Leoni (everyday between 10 and 18).

Parma


Sketches made by the Fontana sisters, pictures of Man Ray, acrylic paintings of Mario Schifano: all together in an exhibition about the twentieth century at Palazzo del Governatore (open on Sunday between 10 and 19, closed on Monday).

Napoli


Ryan Mendoza, american artist living in Napoli and his exhibition The Possessed, at Madre museum (open on Sunday between 10 and 24 and Monday between 10 and 21).

Barcelona


John Baldessari and his conceptual art (open between 10 in the morning and 3 at night).

Feelgood and Happy cultural Easter!

Stefania

Misslopez marketing assistant


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This entry was written by stefandray and published on April 2, 2010 at 6:46 pm. It’s filed under Passion for Life and tagged , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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