In the year celebrating the centenary of the birth of Leonard Bernstein, one of the twentieth century's leading composers and conductors - from 26 January 2018 to 7 January 2019 at the Mole Antonelliana National Cinema Museum - an exhibition investigating the complexity of the relationship between music and moving images and presenting edits of sequences taken from films, documentaries, making of, interviews with scholars, musicians, directors and composers.
At the MEF, Ettore Fico Museum, from 24 January to 22 April 2018, an exhibition that highlights the long relationship between Filippo de Pisis and the pictorial sources of the present and the past. 150 works including paintings and drawings to focus on the complex world that characterises the artist's art passions and culture.
From 18 January to 13 May 2018 at CAMERA - Centro Italiano per la Fotografia, more than 500 photographs from the archives of Politecnico di Torino. The exhibition explores the relationship between Mollino and photography, highlighting its uniqueness and recurring features, from his first architectural photographs taken in the Thirties to the Polaroids he took during the last years of his life.
23 February - 24 June
The GAM - Galleria Civica d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea di Torino dedicates an important and focused exhibition to the painting of Renato Guttuso (Bagheria, Palermo 1911 - Rome 1987), a prominent personality in the history of 20th century Italian art and a key figure in the debate on the relationship between art and society, which was to significantly mark much of his life in the years following the Second World War.
Curated by Pier Giovanni Castagnoli and with the collaboration of the Archivi Guttuso (Guttuso Archives), the exhibition brings together and features some 60 works from major museums and public and private European collections. The exhibition highlights some of the most significant canvases of political and civil subjects painted by the artist from the late 1930s to the mid-1970s.
The exhibition Giorgio de Chirico. Major works from the collection of Francesco Federico Cerruti presents, for the first time at Castello di Rivoli – from 6 March to 27 May - a selection of masterpieces by Giorgio de Chirico coming from the collection of Francesco Federico Cerruti. These works, so far hidden in the Villa Cerruti in Rivoli, are now available for public enjoyment.
The exhibition presents eight important works by the master of Metafisic. The exhibition explores the artist’s rich intellectual heritage, presenting his paintings in connection with some of the major contemporary art works of the permanent collection of the Museum, including installations by Giulio Paolini, Michelangelo Pistoletto and Maurizio Cattelan.