Tiziano e l'immagine della donna nel Cinquecento Veneziano
A large collective on the main Venetian artists of the sixteenth century, particularly interested in the representation of female beauty.
In Venice in the sixteenth century, the female image acquires an importance perhaps never seen before in the history of painting. This is due to various factors, such as the presence of Titian and other artists working both in Venice and in the mainland, particularly interested in the representation of female beauty, but also, in parallel, to the particular status that women had in Venetian society. The exhibition, created in collaboration with the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna, will also include works by Tintoretto, Veronese, Palma il Vecchio.
When: 10 March at 6:30PM
- H 6.15PM: Meeting with the professional tour guide outside the Palazzo Reale building
- H 6.30PM: Beginning of the guided tour of the Tiziano exhibition
- Duration: 60 min. ca.
- Language: ENG
Available spots: 28
Participation fee: 12,00 €
How to register: Registration from 21 February until 8 March by paying the participation fee through the Bocconi University's online payment platform. Please note! Click on "Access as BOCCONI USER" and select the product "Visita alla Mostra di Tiziano".
Please note that the ticket purchase is limited to one person only.
The activity will be open also to Faculty and Staff Members, but priority will be given to students.
The Super Green Pass and an Identity Document are required to enter the Palazzo Reale.