Milan’s Brera gallery launches evening hours

Brera opens every Thursday evening until October.

Milan’s prestigious Pinacoteca Brera art gallery will remain open every Thursday evening throughout the summer until 22.15 (last entry 21.40).

The addition to the city’s cultural panorama was decided by the new director, James Bradburne, the British museum expert who took the over helm at Brera in last August’s flurry of new appointments in Italy’s art galleries and museums.

Alongside the permanent collection, the gallery is currently hosting in its series of “Dialogues” an exhibit dedicated to the two versions of the Marriage of the Virgin by Perugino and Raphael – master and pupil – with the large Perugino altarpiece returning to Italy on loan for the first time in over two hundred years.

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Milan’s Brera gallery launches evening hours

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