November 28, 2013- January 12, 2014

For the 6th consecutive year, Eni together with the City of Milan and the Vatican Museums will continue the tradition of exhibiting a single masterpiece, free of charge, at Palazzo Marino

This time the protagonist is The Madonna of Foligno by Raphael, which will be displayed in Milan for the first time, in an exceptional exhibition curated by Valeria Merlini and Daniela Storti. The exhibition is designed to give a wide and diverse audience the opportunity to deepen their relationship with the extraordinary work; The exhibition is in fact complemented by careful teaching and outreach/engagement activities — in the exhibition room, on the internet, and through accompanying special events

The exhibition enhances the majestic richness of shapes and colors of the painting, which contrast against the rugged material of the exhibition wall. Inspired by the dominating colors of the sky and the suggestive hypothesis concerning the fall of the meteorite (which is linked to the commissioner of the piece), the exhibition path winds between the black stone apse that