Exhibitions ’85

The Aztecs and their roots

  ‘The title of the exhibition, “The Aztecs and their roots’, indicates that the Aztec civilisation – the last to develop in native Mexico, starting from 1325 AD, has its ... Read More
24/08/1985
31/08/1985

Is superman a hero for all seasons?

  ‘When Superman first appeared in the magazine ‘Action Comics’, back in 1938, surely nobody (not even his creators, two boys called Jerry Sigel and Joe Shuster), was expecting that, ... Read More
24/08/1985
31/08/1985

The planet of the animals

  ‘The exhibition – organised by Giuseppe Minelli, Director of the Institute of Comparative Anatomy at the University of Bologna and, on the anthropology side, by Fiorenzo Facchini, Director of ... Read More
24/08/1985
31/08/1985

Etna myth and reality

  ‘This exhibition, realised in collaboration with the State Academy of Arts in Dusseldorf, displays 14 large paintings. This was Hoehme’s last work before he resigned from the Dusseldorf Academy, ... Read More
24/08/1985
31/08/1985

Art by George Segal

  ‘The exhibition comprises 49 works (sculptu-res, reliefs, drawings and prints) by the artist George Segal, born in New York in 1925. Segal, who was in many ways close to ... Read More
24/08/1985
31/08/1985

The joy of living or Antipolis

  ‘At the end of the Second World War, Picasso had the chance to live in the Grimaldi Castle in Antibes, which had been a museum before the war but ... Read More
24/08/1985
31/08/1985

Wars games emergences

  ‘Manfredi (Dino) Quartana was born in Borgo-sesia (Vercelli, Italy) in 1938, studied architecture in Milan and moved to Paris in 1982, where he studied drawing (with Mme. Larnaudie at ... Read More
24/08/1985
31/08/1985

From lands in the middle of the sea

  ‘120 pictures by four photographers to whom the Meeting assigned a survey on the places which are historically essential to the development of European civilisation, indicative of a certain ... Read More
24/08/1985
31/08/1985

The Masai Bible

  ‘The artist who painted the beautiful pictures in the Masai Bible (Masai is the name of an African population) is a German Benedictine who lives in Tanzania, Eastern Africa. ... Read More
24/08/1985
31/08/1985

The cultures of the puppet

  ‘Many Italians, as children, had fun watching the adventures of the puppets Fagiolino and Sandrone. Talking about puppets immediately brings to memory our childhood and all its memories. But ... Read More
24/08/1985
31/08/1985

Havana: the old town

  ‘Unesco recently included the Old Town in Havana among the places belonging to the universal heritage of humanity, that is among the historical witnesses worth being preserved and saved ... Read More
24/08/1985
31/08/1985

The religious world of ancient Egypt

  ‘The exhibition, dedicated to the relationship between man and God in ancient Egypt, narrates the evolution of the religious experience, and therefore of culture, through three thousand years of ... Read More
24/08/1985
31/08/1985

Via Crucis atomaicae

  ‘Following the exhibitions “Defeating the dragon” and “The dragon and utopia”, “Via Crucis atomicae” concludes the trilogy by Camilian Demetrescu, dedicated to the presence the sacred and the fall ... Read More
24/08/1985
31/08/1985

Mount Acuto

  ‘Mount Acuto has an ancient name. Already back in the year 1000 there was an area called in this way, situated more or less in the same location as ... Read More
24/08/1985
31/08/1985

European town squares

  ‘The exhibition presents the photographs of 33 among the most significant and evocative squares in the European Community. The photographs have been taken by the best-known European photographers and ... Read More
24/08/1985
31/08/1985