This month's round-up of shows, art exhibitions and events.
This unique exhibition features 100 tapestries showcased alongside famous works by 20th century masters including Kandinsky, Miró, Guttuso, Dalí, de Chirico, Matisse, Warhol and Botero. These exquisite masterpieces, mostly originating from Ugo Scassa’s studio in Asti, one of the few remaining tapestry workshops in Italy, are displayed on the four floors of Palazzo Zaguri. A preview within a preview: for the first time ever, Botero’s tapestry depicting ‘Venus’ will be available for public viewing.
Da Kandinsky a Botero. Tutti in un filo Palazzo Zaguri, Campo San Maurizio www.palazzozaguri.it
4HOT DATES Tapestry from Giorgio de Chirico, Canto d'amore
Above, tapestry from Wassily Kandinsky, Study for Composition II (1910). Below, tapestry from Giorgio de Chirico, Canto d'amore (1914).