Napoli Liberty. “N’aria ‘e primmavera”

Gallerie d’Italia, Napoli

In Autumn 2020, Gallerie d’Italia – Palazzo Zevallos Stigliano will be opening a significant new cultural project: the Napoli Liberty. “N’aria ‘e primmavera” exhibition.

Between the late 19th and early 20th centuries, the Liberty style was a major driving force for the figurative and industrial arts. The city of Naples in particular saw a real acceleration both in the field of modern architecture and the field of applied arts (from furniture to wrought iron, glass to ceramics) and traditional figurative arts (painting and sculpture), as emerging young artists inspired by late-19th century secessionist movements set up the first avant-garde exhibitions. A central figure was Felice Casorati, who lived in Naples with his family from 1908 to 1911. In the field of the traditional figurative arts (both painting and sculpture), emerging young artists set up the first avant-garde exhibitions.

Luigi Platania’s refurbishment of the central courtyard at Palazzo Zevallos Stigliano in the run-up to the 1920s included examples of the new genre, leaving behind a stunning legacy of the ‘floral style’ in Naples.

from 25.09.2020 to 24.01.2021
Opening hours
from 10:00 am to 7:00 pm Sunday from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm Closed on Mondays.

Combined tickets valid for visiting temporary exhibitions and the permanent collections may be purchased directly from the ticket office and online at TicketOne:

– full-price: €5.00

– reduced: €3.00

– free admission for pass holders, schools, under 18s, and customers of the Intesa Sanpaolo Group


Online booking is recommended.

Safety is ensured with controlled, limited access to the museum.

Information and bookings:

– freephone number: 800.454229

– email: