Exhibitions ’89

The armenian miniature

  ‘The study of Armenian miniatures began with the Byzantines who considered them a margi-nal expression of Byzantine art. Over the last few years it has re-ceived great impulse thanks ... Read More
20/08/1989
27/08/1989

The origins of Christian architecture: Syria

  ‘This exhibition, organized by Prof. Alpago Novello, president of the Centre for the Study and Documentation of Armenian Culture in Milan, with the coope-ration of Arch. Vincenzo Hybsch, is ... Read More
20/08/1989
27/08/1989

Beauty of the world – divine manifestiation

  ‘”Before Plato started philosophising, the golden age of Greek art had already come to an end in every aspect. All the artistic ex-pressions which followed in Greece, Rome and ... Read More
20/08/1989
27/08/1989

An unknow land

  ‘Salvatore Mancini, besides con-tributing to numerous periodicals, has also staged several personal and joint exhibitions. For over a decade he has been con-sidered one of America’s leading photographers. Mancini ... Read More
20/08/1989
27/08/1989

Terqa: a city and the desert

  ‘Ancient Terqa is located in the heart of the mid-Euphrates, on the right of the river, just a few kilometres from where its meets the Khabur. Now known as ... Read More
20/08/1989
27/08/1989

Costantino Nivola

  ‘Despite his having left: with his works a deep impression both in America and Sardinia, the two poles of an artistic activity that has gone from architecture to sculpture ... Read More
20/08/1989
27/08/1989

Vittorio Bellini: The ‘Via crucis

  ‘This great and in many ways unmitigating figurative creation, this true and proper ‘dramatic act’ in canvas and colour, is de-stined to represent one of the most forceful and ... Read More
20/08/1989
27/08/1989

Contemporary mexican art

  ‘Two contemporary Mexican artists are represented in this exhibition, which includes 18 works by Oscar Martinez, and 16 by Heliodoro Her-nandez. The two artists were born in the same ... Read More
20/08/1989
27/08/1989

Fabrics and lace pre-colombian Perù

  ‘The exhibition presents 40 arte-facts, of one of the world’s most ancient activities: weaving. The-se all belong to successive cul-tures of those regions which ma-de up the province of ... Read More
20/08/1989
27/08/1989

Intelligence and emotions

  ‘Paradoxes, i.e., actual contradic-tions, have always studded and sometimes given impulse to the development of mathematics. They have shown themselves ca-pable of humorously scorning human beings at the most ... Read More
20/08/1989
27/08/1989

Truth is a symphony

  ‘Continuing a tradition started by Pope Paul VI with the nomination of Padre Giulio Bevilac-qua and Padre Jean Danielou as cardinals, Pope John Paul II, in June 1988, added ... Read More
20/08/1989
27/08/1989

E.P.R. Paradox. An investigation into physical reality

  ‘Quantum mechanics is that physical theory which describes and studies microscopic objects like molecules, atoms, electrons, protons, neutrons and all those processes in which small exchanges of energy take ... Read More
20/08/1989
27/08/1989

A laughable job

  ‘Paradox is a means of presen-ting a truth by making it appear to be in contrast with a normal way of reasoning, but with a lo-gic so convincing that ... Read More
20/08/1989
27/08/1989

Sherlock Holmes

  ‘The adventures of Sherlock Hol-mes and his inseparable friend Doctor Watson, which began la-te in 1887 in ‘Beeton’s Christmas Annual’ and continued in 1891 in the weekly ‘Strand Ma-gazine’ ... Read More
20/08/1989
27/08/1989

Beijing spring 1989

  ‘This is a photographic exhibition about the dramatic events of Tienanmen square, in Beijing, through the impassionate testimony of two great photographers sent to China. The pictures have now ... Read More
20/08/1989
27/08/1989