The exhibition is a tribute to the female figure in Russian arts from the Renaissance to the 20th century.

Mostra “Divine Avanguardie”

Exhibition “Divine Avanguardie” in Milan

The exhibition is a tribute to the female figure in Russian arts from the Renaissance to the twentieth century.


OPENING DAYS: 26 October 2020 to 7 February 2021

OPENING HOURS: Monday 2.30pm-7.30pm; Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday 9.30-19.30; Thursday and Saturday 9.30-22.30


MEETING POINT:Milan, Royal Palace




Women, Russia, in a bond that has always marked a centuries-old historical and artistic evolution. Now we can go into this long journey with the “Divine Avanguardie” exhibition in Milan. The works, loaned on the occasion of an exclusive collaboration with the Russian State Museum of St. Petersburg, illustrate on the one hand the evolution of the art of Russia and on the other, in parallel, tell the cultural and social evolution of women, in the their many simple meanings of wives, saints, peasants and mothers, up to czarines and empress women, like Catherine the Great founder of the Hermitage Museum, far more important and influential than contemporary European women.
And then again, the “triumvirate” of feminists in the second half of the nineteenth century, up to the Bestužev courses that gave women access to higher education courses, to the women fighting the regime and the progressive westernization of Russian culture in the second half of the twentieth century .

In a curious, complex and interesting journey, the Divine Avanguardie exhibition in Milan presents the history of Russia and its women through a selection of about 100 masterpieces, many of which are exhibited in Italy for the first time, in which from Kandinsky to Chagall , from Malevich to Natal’ja Gončarova, we meet represented women and female artists who represent the world from their point of view.

To book a guided tour of the Klee exhibition in Milan with an Official Tourist Guide, contact us at the email address:
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