Exhibitions ’97

Fyodor Dostoevsky

  ‘This is the great exhibition of the Meeting 1997, whose title and tone have been set by Dostoevsky himself. He wrote: “This is the only thing human existence is ... Read More
24/08/1997
19/10/1997

Imago mundi

  ‘”The mystery of the starry sky parted by the light of the Milky Way, the continuous path of the stars from east to west, the motion of the planets ... Read More
24/08/1997
30/08/1997

Strange Machines

  ‘Albert Einstein said physics can be compared to a detective story or a complex, paradoxical, fascinating plot, and is one of the greatest adventures of human mind as well ... Read More
24/08/1997
30/08/1997

Sky is earth

  ‘An encounter always has a chance element; in any case it depends on an unforeseeable matter of minutes and even on apparently irrelevant incidents. This has also been the ... Read More
24/08/1997
30/08/1997

Infinity in details

  ‘The exhibition ‘Infinity in details’ illustrates Maurizio Bottoni’s exceptional qualities and his somewhat unconventional art production by about 70 paintings and drawings. Bottoni’s art goes beyond the classification criteria ... Read More
24/08/1997
30/08/1997

Saint Riccardo Pampuri

  ‘Nourish great wishes, and look for great sanctity; aim at ever higher goals, so that you can hit the right mark; but, since you won’t always have to carry ... Read More
24/08/1997
30/08/1997

Walking from glory to glory

  ‘This exhibition is made up of over 200 photos of a hundred buildings in about 40 Italian towns; these specimens of 10-14th century religious architecture are still extant along ... Read More
24/08/1997
30/08/1997

Research in freedom

  ‘What was the life of a 13th century European University student like? What were his characteristics, his aspirations, what difficulties would he come across every day? The answers to ... Read More
24/08/1997
30/08/1997

The medieval lauda

  ‘An instrument for collective prayer which later became an independent literary genre, the medieval lauda has always aroused a great interest. This exhibition proposes to trace its origin and ... Read More
24/08/1997
30/08/1997

Joe Tilson

  ‘Joe Tilson was born in London in 1928. A craftsman in wood, he studied art at the Martin’s School of Art and at the Royal College of Art. He ... Read More
24/08/1997
30/08/1997

The lunettes of the Sistine Chapel

  ‘The restoration of the Sistine Chapel may well be regarded as a secular achievement, even the more so since it managed to give back its ancient splendour to Michelangelo’s ... Read More
24/08/1997
30/08/1997

The workshop of a master glass-maker

  ‘Although coming from different backgrounds, both Roberto Alabiso and Calogero Zuppardo were animated by the same desire for a human and creative work when they set up a workshop ... Read More
24/08/1997
30/08/1997