At the Museum and Real Bosco di Capodimonte the art exhibition entirely dedicated to the works of Santiago Calatrava can be visited.
Since December 6 2019 to 10 May 2020 Will be held at Naples in Museum and Real Bosco di Capodimonte an exhibition of Santiago Calatrava, painter, sculptor, architect and complete artist.
This show, Entitled "Santiago Calatrava. In the light of Naples ", wants to be a celebration of the artist's work, now in his hands 40 years of career.
Le works exhibited will be subjected to a reading key that focuses on light, which has a fundamental role in every artistic manifestation.
On the second floor of the Museum are exhibited architectures most important realized by Calatrava, including the World Trade Center Transportation Hub di New York known by the name of Oculus and Lyon Saint Exupéry airport station.
Some of his projects are also present, including that of Bridge to Genoa, designed in three versions "Ponte a Arco", "Continuous bridge" e "Cable-stayed bridge", designed after the collapse of the Morandi bridge.
Among the various works there are also many sculptures that present different artistic phases: abstract, geometric, mathematical, anthropomorphic, made with materials like white marble, alabaster, ebony, aluminum, etc.
Calatrava also presents many of his paintings, drawn in pastel and charcoal in which the chosen subjects are mostly trees, female nudes and bulls, and also some of its beautiful ones watercolors.
within the Cellaio in Real Bosco di Capodimonte instead, they are more willing than 50 works made in ceramic.
Information on the Santiago Calatrava exhibition
Where: Museum and Real Bosco di Capodimonte, Via Milano 2, Naples
When: From December 6 2019 to 10 May 2020
- Museum on the second floor - Closed Wednesday. Monday-Sunday from 9: 30 to 17: 00
- Cellaio - Friday-Sunday from 10: 00 to 16: 00
- Full ticket 14 euro
- San Carlo affiliated and holders of Carta Freccia 10 euro
- Reduced for people from 18 to 25 years 8 euro
- On free Sundays and on days with free admission 6 euro