The stormy March has come at last: take your umbrella and come visit us.
Here you'll find what you can do in March in Brescia:
MISERIA&NOBILTA' | GIACOMO CERUTI IN EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY EUROPE 14/02 - 28/05
Thirty-six years after the last exhibition that Brescia dedicated to Giacomo Ceruti, the spotlight returns on his magnificent ability to represent the humble classes,establishing itself as one of the most original voices of the figurative culture of the eighteenth century.
SACRED CERUTI AND PAINTINGS IN BRESCIA BETWEEN RICCI AND TIEPOLO 11/03 - 21/05
To host the exhibition will be the Museo Diocesano of Brescia. The aim is to offer the visitors an examination of the few pieces of sacred nature created by Ceruti.
The exhibition will be enriched by works after his stay in the city and by several sacred paintings belonging to the main artists active in the territory of Brescia and Bergamo in the early eighteenth century.
MEGLIO BIO, FARMERS' MARKET 04/03 - 11/03 - 18/03 - 25/03
Every Saturday, for the past 6 years, Cascina Maggia hosts a biological farmers' market. From 8 to 10 it is possible to buy fruit and vegetable, bread, eggs, cheese, wine, oil, jams and marmalades.
A little thing to help sustainable agriculture and to respect the planet's biodiversity at the same time.
VITTORIO SELLA, MARTIN CHAMBI, ANSEL ADAMS, AXEL HUTTE. MOUNTAIN LIGHT 24/03 - 25/06
Located at the Museo di Santa Giulia, Mountain Light is the major exhibition of the sixth Brescia Photo Festival, organised by Fondazione Brescia Musei and Skira.
The exhibition gives visitors the opportunity to explore mountain's iconographic universe, including pictures taken by Ansel Adams, his black and white photographs of American national park landscapes; by Martin Chambi, one of South America’s first major photographers, with his Peruvian Andes; by Vittorio Sella, one of the most extraordinary historical mountain photographers. Lastly, the exhibition includes pictures of the Brescian Alps captured by Axel Hütte, one of the most significant interpreters of contemporary German photography.
DAVID LACHAPELLE FOR GIACOMO CERUTI. NOMAD IN A BEAUTIFUL LAND 14/02 - 10/11
An original photo exhibition, which takes place at the Pinacoteca Tosio Martinengo. The exhibition will show a shot to narrate the pauper Giacomo Ceruti’s production, developed by the famous American artist David Lachapelle.
LaChapelle aim is to demonstrate how poverty is the rotten fruit of an equally sick society, helping himself with Ceruti's pauperism.
LOTTO|ROMANINO|MORETTO|CERUTI 21/01 - 11/06
More than 80 masterpieces from public and private collections, gathered in an exhibition dedicated to the masters of Brescia and Bergamo painting, located at Palazzo Martinengo.