“Le Signore dell’Arte” exhibition

With the exhibition “Le Signore dell’Arte. Storie di donne tra ’500 e ’600’” (The Ladies of Art. Stories of women between 1500 and 1600) Milan Palazzo Reale, from March 2021, the art and the incredible lives of 34 female artists are rediscovered through more than 130 works, demonstrating intense all-female creative vitality, in a singular account of passionate stories of women who were already “modern”. Bracco Foundation, always attentive to the world of art and science with a strong focus on the female universe, supports the exhibition as Main Sponsor.


The “Leonardo and Madonna Litta” exhibition at the Poldi Pezzoli Museum

For the 500th anniversary of the death of Leonardo da Vinci, the exhibition “Leonardo and Madonna Litta” (November 7, 2019 – February 10, 2020) at the Poldi Pezzoli museum in Milan brings back to the city after almost 30 years and Italian masterpiece preserved at the St Petersburg Hermitage Museum. The exhibition is organised with the support of Bracco Foundation as Main Partner, flanked by the Lombardy Region and the Municipality of Milan.


Cycle of exhibitions at the Centro Diagnostico Italiano 2019

As part of the Culture and Health project, Bracco Foundation in 2019 has conceived and mounted to photographic exhibitions at the Centro Diagnostico Italiano in Milan. “Life as a scientist” and “Milan through the eyes of Leonardo” alternated on the walls of the clinic giving a chance, from January to June, to discover the history of some of the leading Italian women scientists part of the #100esperte network, and from July to December 2 visit the ideal panorama that greeted Leonardo Da Vinci when he arrived in Milan.


Bracco Foundation in the great digital exhibition “Once upon a Try” by Google Arts & Culture

The great digital exhibition of Google Arts & Culture “Once upon a Try” breaks down geographical barriers and makes accessible important content globally. The exhibition unites the collections, accounts and knowledge of more than 110 institutions of 23 countries, united to reveal thousands of years of discoveries and the great minds behind them.