The work is among the most beautiful of the famous sicilian painter of the ‘400 that courtesy of the Museum of Ancient Art in Palazzo Madama in Turin, it will be on display in the prestigious halls of Palazzo Zevallos Stigliano, in the heart of the city. After the opening scheduled for saturday, december 5, the entry will be free only in the first weekend, and after that, you will pay the regular ticket of 5 euro. Simultaneous then, from 11 december to 14 january, the Palazzo Madama host Jusepe de Ribera and painting in Naples.
This because? Simply because “Ritratto d’uomo” is part of an exchange program and cooperation with the Foundation Torino Musei, which will launch “L’Ospite illustre”, an event created with the aim of presenting to the public galleries of the neapolitan works of great prestige. But that’s not all! In a photographic studio set up for the occasion, will host the exhibition Ri-tratti photography meets Antonello da Messina which will show visitors some interpretations of “Ritratto d’uomo” performed by well-known photographers such as italian Cesare Accept, Ugo Pons Salabelle, Paul Ranzani, Daniele Ratti and Francesco Zizola. Then, all ready to immerse yourself in this wonderful sea of art?