VIAGGIO CONTROCORRENTE. ARTE ITALIANA 1920-1945

CULTURE & TRADITION
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An exhibition devoted to a very intense period for Italian art, between the end of the Great War and the end of the Second World War: 25 years of history told in over 130 pieces of artwork drawn from the heritage of the museum and some pieces chosen by the Sabauda Art Gallery, making the two public collections rotate around a significant selection of 76 masterpieces from the rich private collection of the lawyer Giuseppe Iannaccone of Milano.

The exhibition is held for charity to raise funds for the IRCCS, the Candiolo Institute for cancer research and treatment.
Contact info
Via Magenta, 31, 10128, Torino (TO)

45.0649601, 7.6692199

From 13/04/2021 to 12/09/2021