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THE NEW TWENTIES WOMAN – in the art of Ubaldo Oppi

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In accordance with the Ministerial decree (DPCM) of 10th April 2020 regarding the extension of emergency containment and measures against the COVID-19, the art exhibition “The new Twenties Woman in the art of Ubaldo Oppi” will remain closed.

It is possible to ask for a refund of the purchased tickets by sending an email to biglietteria@mostreinbasilica.it by the 30th April, with the confirmation form of purchase (photo or pdf) attached to it or by providing the order code and the email used for the transaction.

The Call center of the ticket office is active from Monday to Friday, 10 – 14 at this number +39 0444 326418 or you can send an email at this address biglietteria@mostreinbasilica.it

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The Basilica Palladiana will host a new exhibition from 6th December 2019 to 3rd May 2020.

Ritratto di donna. Il sogno degli anni Venti e lo sguardo di Ubaldo Oppi
Curated by Stefania Portinari

The 1920s are characterised by change and modernity: during those years, the most charming international art movement is that of Magical Realism, in which the vision of reality is wrapped in an atmosphere of wonder and expectation. In Italy, this vision is often portrayed by evoking memories of the Classicism and the Renaissance. Following this movement, intense portraits of strong women were created, standing out on the canvas with powerful personalities, loved, sometimes even feared, but always celebrated in their mesmerising beauty.

Ubaldo Oppi (Bologna 1889 – Vicenza 1942) is the absolute protagonist of those years, one of the most famous artists in Europe and the United States, with his works being sold in splendid collections.

 


Open date tickets can already be purchased at the Tourist Information Office in Piazza Matteotti, 12 (Monday-Sunday, 9-17.30)

Official website: https://www.mostreinbasilica.it/en/ritratto-di-donna

OPENING HOURS
Open daily, 10 - 18
Individual visitors will receive an audioguide.

TICKET OFFICES

Ticket office at the Municipal Theatre of Vicenza
T. +39 0444 326418
biglietteria@mostreinbasilica.it
April 2020: 10-14  From Monday to Friday

 

IAT Office (for single tickets only)

Piazza Matteotti, 12 (next to the garden of the Olympic Theatre)
T. +39 0444 320854
iat@comune.vicenza.it
every day, 9 - 17.30

Basilica Palladiana Box Office (for single tickets only)
Piazza dei Signori
(starting from the 6th December)
T. +39 0444 326418
info@mostreinbasilica.it
every day, 10 - 18

Online ticket office (for single tickets only)
Allows you to purchase tickets by choosing the preferred date and time of the visit or to buy an open ticket.

 

OFFICIAL SITE: www.mostreinbasilica.it

Teatro Olimpico - Opening hours

Admission tickets:
Individual visitors € 11.00 – reduced € 8.00
Groups €15.00 (Vicenza),
€13.00 4 Museums Card,
€10.00 Teatro Olimpico and Museo Civico Palazzo Chiericati
Reductions for schools and groups
Call center: 0039 0444 964380
Opening hours
Open from Tuesday to Sunday,
closed on Monday.
From September to June: 9 am-5 pm, last admission 4.30 pm.
July and August: 10 am - 6 pm, last admission 5.30 pm
Closed on the 25th December and on 1st January.

Address
Teatro Olimpico
Piazza Matteotti 11
Vicenza (Italy)

Information
Tel. +39 0444 320854 / 0444 964380
iat@comune.vicenza.it                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              booking@comune.vicenza.it

 

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