Exhibitions ’82

Universal art

  ‘The Vatican Library is one of the oldest and most important libraries in the world. Its collection is made up of over 7,000 manuscripts, many thousand archive volumes, about ... Read More
21/08/1982
29/08/1982

Croatian protoromanic

  ‘Croatia and its eastern coast touched by the Adriatic, its provinces, villages, farms and cemeteries, has a great number of small late-medieval churches, built in many different shapes. Historians ... Read More
21/08/1982
29/08/1982

The face of man

  ‘The exhibition, organised by Prof. Mario De Micheli, gathers together 30 works by 30 artists from 3 different generations of the 20th century. The artists are: Birolli, Borra, Carrà, ... Read More
21/08/1982
29/08/1982

Art as a presence

  ‘The exhibition has a specific critical character, as well as being informative. It is made up of twenty panels, rich in images of European and American 19th century painting ... Read More
21/08/1982
29/08/1982

Art as an expression of religiosity

  ‘Medieval communities used to live organised by territory, under conditions of quasi-ideal equilibrium. Life evolved slowly, enabling men to come out with their own personalities, in a cultural dimension ... Read More
21/08/1982
29/08/1982

Building in the favelas: the resources of solidarity

  ‘The aim of the exhibition is not so much that of illustrating the worldwide phenomenon of shanty towns (favelas, barriadas, bidonvilles or other), sadly destined to increase continually as ... Read More
21/08/1982
29/08/1982

The icon as an image of the invisibile

  ‘For four years now the town of Seriate (in the province of Bergamo) has witnessed a spiritual and artistic experience which has involved people fascinated by the richness of ... Read More
21/08/1982
29/08/1982

The sacred mounts on the Alps

  ‘Culminating with a sanctuary placed on top of a relatively low mountain, but clearly visible at a distance from the valley or plain underneath, the “Sacred Mounts” are a ... Read More
21/08/1982
29/08/1982

Life high up

  ‘An exhibition on man and mountain. So many have already been organised, often by famous personalities. So why is the Meeting presenting this theme as well? In order to ... Read More
21/08/1982
29/08/1982

Painting as liturgy

  ‘A story from the 16th century recounts how a king sent his only son far away, for fear for impending dangers and possible political upheavals. After years of hard ... Read More
21/08/1982
29/08/1982

To defeat the dragon

  ‘”I am not catholic. I am not Western. I am not even a free thinker. I am simply a Christian (baptised 57 years ago into the Orthodox rite). A ... Read More
21/08/1982
29/08/1982

Education to nature, a resource: the scout movement

  ‘The aim of the exhibition is to document one of the most important and meaningful aspects of the Scout educative method: the education to nature. Nature, with its innumerable ... Read More
21/08/1982
29/08/1982