The exhibition is a fitting tribute to one of the most significant interpreters of post-war Milanese culture, sixty years after his death.

Bepi Romagnoni, who died prematurely on 19 July 1964, is one of the protagonists of ‘Existential Realism’ and an essential reference point of the artistic season from the mid-1950s to the mid-1960s.

The exhibition includes a portfolio of engravings made in 1954-55 and printed posthumously in 1971, more than 30 works on paper and 20 paintings executed between 1954 and 1964: works that document the evolution of Romagnoni’s sign, which comes to assume that shattered trend that has made his story one of the exemplary sites of neo-figurative reflection.

Opening hours


14:30 - 19:00


14:30 - 19:00


14:30 - 19:00


14:30 - 19:00


10:00 - 12:30 and 14:30 - 19:00


10:00 - 12:30

Closed on Monday.



Free entry

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