Exhibitions ’83

The cry begore the horror

  ‘The exhibition inaugurating Meeting ’83 is truly extraordinary. Some of the most significant works by Francis Bacon will come to Rimini from the Brera Museum, which only recently acquired ... Read More
21/08/1983
28/08/1983

The history of our ancestors

  ‘This exhibition is dedicated to the first inhabitants of Europe, to those ancestors who left Africa, the cradle of humanity, more than 1,500,000 years ago, and went on to ... Read More
21/08/1983
28/08/1983

Meanings in the visible

  ‘The photography exhibition ‘Meanings in the Visible’ is divided into three sections: 1) Great Retrospectives: Gianni Berengo Gardin, 120 photographs from 1952 to 1982. Man and his gestures throughout ... Read More
21/08/1983
28/08/1983

Conceptual art: the New York school 1965-1970

  ‘Conceptual Art in New York between 1965 and 1970 works by Kosuth, Weiner, LeWitt, Barry, Huebler, Wilson. The idea exists before the work when it is clear in the ... Read More
21/08/1983
28/08/1983

The robots and its ancestors

  ‘In ancient times the word automata was used to indicate those machines, of no apparent usefulness, which represented men or animals and which would move in a seemingly spontaneous ... Read More
21/08/1983
28/08/1983

Men monkey’s robots

  ‘The most interesting and curious debate of the last years is centred around the hypothesised laicisation of contemporary catastrophic suggestions, which are now stripped of all their religious value ... Read More
21/08/1983
28/08/1983

The dragon and utopia

  ‘Is utopia the dream of a tyrant or a madman? Certainly it is not, as many believe, the wondrous project for an ideal society. Realised utopia looks more like ... Read More
21/08/1983
28/08/1983

Architecture and peoples of western Europe

  ‘The exhibition ‘Architecture and Peoples of Western Europe’ is about the history of human settlement in Western Europe and deals, in particular, with displacement, different forms of settlement and ... Read More
21/08/1983
28/08/1983

Remembering freedom

  ‘The history of Palestinian archaeology can be divided into four basic periods: 1) the time of the pioneers, initiated by the American E. Robinson (1838 and 1872), a trial ... Read More
21/08/1983
28/08/1983

The sacred in the work of aligi Sassu

  ‘After an extremely precocious début as a Futurist, Aligi Sassu became one of the protagonists of the young, radical, Neo-Expressionist Italian art of the thirties. The crisis which accompanied ... Read More
21/08/1983
28/08/1983

Ancient peoples of Italy

  ‘The name Italics evokes the image of the most ancient history of Italy; in fact, it coincides with the moment when Italy acquired its first historical dimension. Moreover, it ... Read More
21/08/1983
28/08/1983

Eehibition of equipment from space mission

  ‘The exhibition has been organised with the collaboration of Nasa and the American Embassy in Italy. Items displayed include: some spacecraft models, an astronaut spacesuit and various objects documenting ... Read More
21/08/1983
28/08/1983

Fifteen billion years

  ’15 billion is the incredible number of years since the big bang, the great explosion from which the universe originated. Billions of galaxies, each with billions of stars like ... Read More
21/08/1983
28/08/1983

Henry Moore

  ‘This exhibition comprises an extraordinary group of drawings by Henry Moore, which belong to the Moore Foundation, an institution as dear to the English as the British Museum. Henry ... Read More
21/08/1983
28/08/1983

The room of memory

  ‘The «ars memoriae» or «art of memory», established in the West only from the C17th, was so called because of the creative possibilities connected with the infinite combinations of ... Read More
21/08/1983
28/08/1983

Spes contra spem. Works by Renato Guttuso

  ‘This exhibition follows the steps of another exhibition held in Castle Sant’Angelo in ’83, and is centred around a single work and a series of preparatory drawings, showing the ... Read More
21/08/1983
28/08/1983