On Screen @ The Hyde | Titian: The Empire of Color
October 26 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Winning over popes and emperors with his iconic, revolutionary works, Titian succeeded in becoming one of the artists that symbolized the entire Renaissance. Titian was an extraordinary master of color and a brilliant entrepreneur, innovative both in a painting’s composition but also in how to sell it. In only a few years, Tiziano Vecellio became the official painter of Venice and the utmost artist sought after by the richest and most influential Courts in Europe.
From Ferrara to Urbino, from Mantua to Rome, up to the Spain of Carlos V and his son Felipe II, Titian crossed his century illuminating it with his works of art, inspiring future generations of artists. Perfect interpreter of religion and mythology, portrayer of immediate expressive strength, he dominated his time outshining his contemporaries, always abiding by his motto: ‘Art is more powerful than Nature’.
Contributions: Leading international experts, critics, scholars and artists recount the artist’s life, his style, temperament and ambitions
Special guest: Jeff Koons, Director: Laura Chiossone, Giulio Boato
Production: Sky, Kublai Film, Zetagroup, Gebrueder Beetz, Arte ZDF
Visitor screening at 2 pm: $20 / $18 members and seniors PURCHASE TICKETS
Student group screening at 10:30 am: $10 per student Register today
*On Screen film tickets do not include the cost of admission to the Museum. If you wish to view the Museum before or after the film, there will be a discounted admission fee of $5 payable at the front desk. Members view the Museum for free!