Surrealist Lee Miller
- Open from Thursday to Sunday from 11.00 to 20.00
- Closed on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
- The ticket office closes 1h before (19.00 last admission)
Extraordinary openings from 11.00 to 20.00 (19.00 last admission)
- 22nd and 25th April
- 1, 28.29 May
- 2.4.5 June
Adult: €14.00 audioguide only available as smartphone App
Reduced price: € 12.00 (from 6 up to 18 years old, aged 65+ showing id card, students up to 26 years old with student card, soldiers with military card, tourist guides with card, professional journalists and contributing editors with press card and regularly enrolled in the professional register of journalists, assistants accompanying disabled persons, ICOM members with card)
Schools: € 5.00 (2 free accompanying persons per class)
"Bologna Welcome" and "Bologna Card Musei" card: € 9.00
"GiovedìUniversità" (every Thursday, with student card): € 9.00
Free: children under 6, disabled with certificate
Family ticket with children from 6 up to 18 years old:
Parent € 10.00
Minors aged from 6 up to 18 years € 8.00
Open ticket: € 17.00 | Ticket reservation with no time and date restrictions, valid until the end of the exhibition
Free coat hanger and umbrella stand.
Small pets allowed in carriers or held in the arms.
Access to the exhibition for immobile persons or disabled in wheelchairs is exclusively made by Jolly Ramp D3000010 TGR stairlift, with capacity up to 140 kg.
"Surrealist Lee Miller",the retrospective dedicated to one of the most important photographers of the twentieth century, comes to Italy for the first time. The exhibition consists of 101 images that trace the entire artistic career of the photographer, through her most famous and iconic shots.
Launched by Condé Nast on the cover of "Vogue" in 1927, Lee Miller immediately became one of the most popular models in the fashion industry. Miller started traveling to participate in photo shoots that became history, until, two years later, she decided to move over the other side of the camera and become a photographer herself. Struck by the images of Man Ray, one of the most important Surrealist photographers, she was able to meet him, and immediately she became his muse and above all collaborator. Together they developed the solarization technique. A friend of Picasso, Ernst, Cocteau, Miró and the entire surrealistclique, after her time in Paris, Lee Miller decided to return to New York to open her own studio. World War II photojournalist accredited with the US Army, Miller was the first female photographer to document the liberation of Dachau’s and Buchenwald’s concentration camps. She also followed the Allies during the discovery of Hitler's apartmentsin which was taken what probably became her most famous photograph, Lee in the bathtub of the Führer.