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Date(s) - 17 Nov, 2021 - 20 Mar, 2022
9:30 am - 7:30 pm


About the Exhibition

Wonder Woman turns 80 years old! On the occasion of the celebrations, the exhibition halls of Palazzo Morando dedicate an exhibition to the female heroine of the DC universe, one of the most beloved characters of the American imagination of all time.

“Wonder Woman. The Myth” wants to celebrate one of the most iconic female characters of all time, not only of the epic comic book but also as a phenomenon of costume. The exhibition project, developed in collaboration with Warner Bros. and DC, explores the figure of Wonder Woman and the eighty years of history that she has spanned. The exhibition moves from comics to cinema, from pop culture to fashion, including comics and original plates (from the Golden Age to the present day), video installations, costumes and props of the cinematic universe.


More details

Conceived for publishing in 1941 by the American psychologist William Moulton Marston, with early illustrations by Harry G. Peter, Wonder Woman became the eponymous U.S. television series in the 1970s, starring a timeless Lynda Carter, to finally conquer the big screen with the films “Wonder Woman” (2017) and “Wonder Woman 1984” (2020), both starring Gal Gadot and distributed in Italy by Warner Bros. Pictures.

Wonder Woman embodied the heroic ideal of the woman-warrior, the greatest female icon in the DC Universe. Wonder Woman has become an undisputed symbol of truth, justice and equality, crossing and transcending geographic boundaries and decades of history. “As beautiful as Aphrodite, as wise as Athena, faster than Hermes and stronger than Hercules” – Wonder Woman embodies the finest physical and moral skills that Greco-Roman mythology continues to teach us.


About the display

The exhibition project features not only original boards and comics from the DC archive in Burbank, California, private collectors and talents, but also original stage costumes from the Warner Bros. Pictures films. In addition, the most iconic objects used on the set of the films including shields, swords, bows and arrows used by the protagonist. Finally, a rich multimedia apparatus of video projections and animations with archive material and clips from Warner Bros. Pictures films and TV shows to tell the audience of fans – as well as those who do not yet know her – the whole world of Diana Prince/Wonder Woman.

Tickets and Information

Full ticket: 14 euro
Reduced ticket: 12 euro

Opening Hours:
Tue, Wed, Fri and Sun 9:30am – 7:30pm; Thu and Sat 9:30am – 10:30pm.

The Green Pass is required to access the exhibition.

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