Liberty. Torino capitale. Palazzo Madama

An exhibition to tell the story of the city’s role in the establishment of a style that marked the history of art and architecture
From October 26, 2023 to June 10, 2024, Palazzo Madama is hosting an exhibition dedicated to Art Nouveau, an artistic and cultural movement that had its heyday in Turin in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
The exhibition, titled “Liberty. Turin Capital,” presents about 100 works that tell the story of the city’s fundamental role in the establishment of this style.
Indeed, Turin was one of the capitals of Art Nouveau, and its architecture, design objects and works of art are now recognized as masterpieces of this movement.
The exhibition is organized by Palazzo Madama in collaboration with SIAT – Society of Engineers and Architects in Turin and MondoMostre.

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The exhibition is divided into six sections that address different aspects of Art Nouveau in Turin:

“The Birth of a New Style” recounts the origins of Art Nouveau and its development in Turin.
“The Changing City” shows how Art Nouveau was manifested in Turin’s architecture, design and art.
“Nature as a Source of Inspiration” explores the relationship between Art Nouveau and nature.
“Beauty as a means of communication” investigates the role of Art Nouveau as an aesthetic and social language.
“Art Nouveau in the World” recounts the spread of Art Nouveau internationally, starting in Turin.
The exhibition layout is curated by Beatrice Coda Negozio, Roberto Fraternali, Carlo Ostorero, Rosalba Stura and Maria Carla Visconti.
The exhibition is accompanied by a rich program of side events, including lectures, guided tours and workshops for adults and children.
The exhibition “Liberty. Torino Capitale” is an unmissable opportunity to discover a style that has left an indelible mark on the history of art and architecture.

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Full: € 14.00
Reduced: € 12.00 (6/18 years old; university students up to 25 years old upon presentation of university transcript; people with disabilities; teachers, groups min 15-max 25 pax; military and police not on duty; recognized associations; conventions)
Free: children under 6; one accompanying person per person with disabilities; journalists with ODG card for service (upon press office accreditation); tour guides provided with qualification card; Abbonamento Musei and Torino+Piemonte card; ICOM members
Open: €16.00


Full € 18.00
Reduced: € 16.00