Gianfilippo Usellini, La Nonna delle Case (1926)
Gianfilippo Usellini, La Nonna delle Case (1926)

Gallerie Milanesi tra le due Guerre

Fondazione Stelline

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February 25, 2016


May 22, 2016

The exhibition Gallerie Milanesi tra le due Guerre at Fondazione Stelline rediscovers the artistic vitality of Milanese galleries between 1919 and 1939.

During the interwar period galleries like Pesaro, Bardi and Scopinich were following up on the revolutionary experience of the Futurists and organised exhibitions on artists from many different art movements.

The exhibition at Fondazione Stelline includes over 100 paintings, sculptures and documents by artists such as Balla, Prampolini, de Chirico, Carra, Sironi, Medardo Rosso, Wildt, Kandinsky, Melotti and Fontana.

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