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From: 29/09/2018 - To: 20/01/2019

Via San Felice, 24

Reference maps: C - 2

Date of last update: 21/01/2019, 16:55

From 29 September 2018 until 20 January 2019 Bologna hosts for the first time an important retrospective on the work of Alphonse Mucha, one of the greatest performers of Art Nouveau. The wonderful eighteenth-century halls of Palazzo Pallavicini will frame 80 of the most famous works by the Czech artist, 27 of which are exhibited for the first time in Italy.

The exhibition, organized by Chiara Campagnoli, Rubens Fogacci and Deborah Petroni of Pallavicini srl in collaboration with Mucha Foundation and Tomoko Sato, puts an unprecedented look on the work of the great artist.

Czech-born Alphonse Mucha (1860-1939) was one of the most influential and celebrated artists in fin de siècle Paris, best known for his graphic work such as his theatre posters for the actress Sarah Bernhardt and his decorative panels featuring graceful women. Mucha created a distinctive style, le style Mucha.

  • From: 29/09/2018
  • To: 20/01/2019

From Thursday to Sunday: 11am–8pm (last entry at 7pm).
Closed on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.

8 December 11am-8pm (last entry at 7pm)

26 December  11am-8pm (last entry at 7pm)

31 December  11am-5pm (last entry at 4pm)

1 January 2019  2pm-8pm  (last entry at 7pm)

2 January 2019  11am-8pm  (last entry at 7pm)

  • Adult: € 13.00 
  • Reduced fee: € 11.00 (6-17 years, +65 with valid ID, students up to 25 years with student ID, military personnel with army ID, tourist guides with Tourist Guides Association ID, journalists with Journalist Association ID, disabled carer together with 1 disabled person, ICOM members with ICOM ID)
  • Groups (min 15 people): € 10.00 (+1 free group leader)
  • Schools: € 5.00 (+2 free teachers for each class)
  • Bologna Welcome Card/Bologna Card Musei: € 9.00
  • University Thursday (student ID mandatory): € 9.00
  • Free admission: chidren 0-5, disabled person with disability ID
  • Families with children 6-17 years: parent € 10.00 , children 6-17 years old € 8.00
  • Open ticket: € 16.00 (valid until the end of the exhibition)