Exhibition Warhol&Friends in Bologna
From 29 September 2018 to 24 February 2019 at Palazzo Albergati in Bologna, approximately 150 works are on display, to tell the story of Warhol and his life and work. But there’s more to it than that
bacouse perché full of works by the great artist but also by other exponents of Pop Art. We will find Basquiat, Untitled by Keith Haring, Dunciad by Julian Schnabel, Art Magazine Ads by Jeff Koons… Between stories of excess, transgression and worldliness, the protagonists of the lively artistic atmosphere of an always new New York. Hosted by Palazzo Albergati in via Saragozza and curated by Luca Beatrice.
It is the return to painting, lit by continuous references to cinema, photography, street art, music, performance, graffiti. It is the eighties to drink. A utopia of omnipotence. In a recent interview with Carlino, anticipating the themes of the exhibition, Beatrice wondered: “When does the dream end? On 22 February 1987 Warhol died at 58 years after a simple surgery, they died between AIDS and drugs Basquiat, Haring and Mapplethorpe, of which we will present among others the photo of him with Patti Smith, at a very young age. The curtain falls on that decade and an era closes “.
Between snapshots and the reproduction of Studio 54. After the magical atmosphere of Japan, at Palazzo Albergati opens another great exhibition that tells stories of excess, transgression and worldliness. The protagonists of the lively artistic atmosphere of an ever-new New York exhibited together along an exhibition path made up of over 150 works.
An exhibition that makes you smile, which really lets you enter the unique climate of the Big Apple of the golden years, even enter the legendary Studio 54, rebuilt at the end of the path. And for the 15 minutes of notoriety, the selfie area could not be missing: the Polaroid of the digital age. Do not miss the Exhibition Warhol&Friends in Bologna, a unique exposition to see the Pop Art artists.
Opening hours and prices of the exhibition Warhol&Friends in Bologna
INFOLINE AND PRE-SALES Tel. 051 030141
(active from Monday to Friday from 10.00 to 17.00)
Every day from 10.00 to 20.00 (the ticket office closes one hour earlier)
8 December 10.00 – 20.00 | 24 December 10.00 – 17.00 | 25 December 16.00 – 20.00 | 26 December 10.00 – 20.00 | 31 December 10.00 – 17.00 | 1 January 10.00 – 20.00 | 6 January 10.00 – 20.00
Full price with audio guide € 15,00 Full price€ 14,00
Reduced with audio guide € 13,00 Reduced € 12,00
65 years old; children from 11 to 18 years old; students up to the age of 26 (with document); military conscripts and members of law enforcement; disabled; journalists with a regular National Order card (professionals, practitioners, publicists); employees and agents (with badges) and customers (with nominal dem) Generali Italia (entry without audio guide)
Reduced groups € 10.00
reservations required, min 15 max 25 pax mandatory microphones
Special Reduction with audio guide € 11,00 Special Reduction € 10,00
guides with a card if they do not accompany a group; Bologna Welcome Card holders
University students with audioguide € 10,00 University students € 9,00
every Monday excluding holidays, for all university students without age limits
Reduced schools € 5,00
reservations required, min 15 max 25 pax mandatory microphones for secondary schools of 1st and 2nd degree
Reduced children with audioguide € 7,00 Reduced children € 6,00
children from 4 to 11 years old
Reduced School of Childhood € 3,00
reservations required, min 15 max 25 pax
Full Open Ticket with Audio Guide € 17 Biglietto Open intero € 16
Allows entry to the exhibition without the need to lock the date and time slot. The open ticket must be converted into the ticket office on the day of the visit.
Homage (audio guide included)
Children up to 4 years old; group escorts (1 each group); visiting teachers with pupils / students (2 each group); ICOM members (with membership card); a disabled attendant; invitation coupon holders; holders of Vip Card Arthemisia; journalists with a regular National Order card (professionals, practitioners, publicists in service after requesting accreditation from the Editorial Office at email@example.com)
Card Musei Metropolitani (audio guide included) Card holders € 7,00
Family ticket € 26 (up to 2 adults card holders € 7.00 per person + up to 2 children / teenagers aged 4 to 11 € 6 each + 3rd child free)
SPECIALE 2×1 FRECCE TRENITALIA
From Monday to Friday (excluding Saturdays, Sundays and holidays) 2 × 1 on the whole ticket (without audio guide) for immediate entry on display to all CartaFreccia owners, upon presentation of the card and ticket Le Frecce (FrecciaRossa and FrecciaArgento in digital and paper format) with destination Bologna (with the date of issuing up to a maximum of 3 days, visit the exhibition).
Same concession for regional transport travelers, upon presentation of a Trenitalia subscription and an identity document.
Booking and pre-sale fees:
Groups and individuals € 1.50 per person
School students € 1.00 per student