From Padua to Rome, through Prato and Senigallia, 4 exhibitions that are ready to lift spirits with art
Today, May 18th, is an important date for many Italians and foreigners currently in the country. It is the day in which most of the country reopens after the most stringent phase of the lockdown. Today, art lovers will finally have the opportunity to visit museums. They are once again open after more than two months.
Here are some of the exhibitions that will return to welcome visitors.
‘Rinascimento Marchigiano‘ at Complesso Monumentale di San Salvatore in Rome – The itinerant exhibition presents works of art, ranging from the 15th to the 18th century, restored after the 2016 earthquake. It will be in Rome until July 26th. Subsequently, it will move, for its final stage, to ‘Palazzo del Duca’ in Senigallia.
‘I Costumi di Pinocchio nel Filma di Matteo Garrone’ at Museo del Tessuto in Prato – From May 19th to October 25th, this exhibition will offer the unique opportunity to admire 30 costumes designed by Massimo Cantini Parrini for Garrone’s movie ‘Pinocchio‘ (2019). These costumes, created in collaboration with the Sartoria Tirelli in Rome, earned Parrini a David di Donatello.
‘L’Egitto di Belzoni‘ at Centro Culturale Altinate San Gaetano in Padua – Until June 28th, the exhibition will present the fascinating figure of Giovanni Battista Belzoni, actor, engineer, and explorer. It will do so through the large collection of finds he gathered during his expeditions along the Nile, in 1816 and 1818.
‘Sguardi di Novecento: Giacomelli e il suo tempo‘ at Palazzo del Duca and Palazzetto Baviera in Senigallia – From May 20th until September 27th, the public will be able once again to admire this unique gathering of photos. A journey through Mario Giacomelli’s shots compared with those of other great artists who, together with him, wrote the history of 20th-century photography.
Ilona Catani Scarlett