Exhibitions ’90


Birth of sculpture: matter and ideals

  ‘Carrara and Pietrasanta are localities famous through-out the world for their marble. But, as the exhibition «Birth of Sculpture» shows, Car-rara and Pietrasanta are still places where the ideas ... Read More
25/08/1990
09/01/1990

The art of Letizia Fornasieri

  ‘The exhibition presents a series of relatively disparate paintings by this young artist from Milan, and can thus be considered to be a comprehensive anthology of her recent work. ... Read More
25/08/1990
09/01/1990

Looking through the pages of God

  ‘There can be little doubt that Albert Einstein (1879-1955) is the world’s most famous scientist. In fact, he personi-fies the very concept itself of scientific genius. This widespread acclaim ... Read More
25/08/1990
09/01/1990

Journey to the centre of the Earth

  ‘The inexhaustible desire of knowledge about the phenomena of nature has led mankind to extend the field of investigations to the depths of the planet, in a voyage of ... Read More
25/08/1990
09/01/1990

Exsultet – The Church sings her faith

  ‘«The musical traditions of the Church represent a heritage of inestimable value which surpasses other artistic ex-pressions, especially considering that sacred music, together with words, is an essential and ... Read More
25/08/1990
09/01/1990

Anselmo d’Aosta and Thomas Becket

  ‘Anselmo d’Aosta: The exhibition shows the places which were of fundamental significance in the life of Anselmo, starting with those of his childhood as youth (Aosta) and conti-nuing with ... Read More
25/08/1990
09/01/1990

Thomas Becket – His life

  ‘The principal milestones in the life of Thomas Becket, presented in twelve large pictures 110×84, drawn spe-cially for the Meeting by Franco Vignazia, who has staged exhibition of his ... Read More
25/08/1990
09/01/1990

Cesare Pavese

  ‘This exhibition is made up of 25 panels and divided into 2 sections. The first presents a collection of historical photographs illustrating the writer’s life, both public and private, ... Read More
25/08/1990
09/01/1990

East: the end of an illusion

  ‘There are undoubtedly events which represent an evolu-tion in history. The fall of the Berlin wall and the political changes in the countries of Eastern Europe during the latter ... Read More
25/08/1990
09/01/1990

Ponte (The Bridge). Installation of Carlo Steiner

  ‘Carlo Steiner was born at Terni on 15/10/57 and works in Milan. His recent work present two research trends: metal sheeting and installations. Let us concentrate on the second. ... Read More
25/08/1990
09/01/1990

The pre-colunibian art of Panama

  ‘An exhibition of pre-Columbian pottery from Panama is an unusual event. The numerous exhibitions of pre-Columbian art held in Italy and in other European countries have in fact always ... Read More
25/08/1990
10/01/1990

50 years at the Court of China

  ‘The exhibition on Giuseppe Castiglione will attempt to evoke a privileged moment in the relations between the Europe of the Enlightenment and the China of the Qing by centering ... Read More
08/11/1990
09/01/1990

A tribute to Henri Cartier-Bresson

  ‘After the exhibition dedicated to Eugene Smith, this year’s Meeting presents the work of another great press photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson, a name which inevitably crops up in any discussion ... Read More
08/11/1990
09/01/1990