Exhibitions ’98

Kemet: at the origins of time

  ‘For many centuries and to many peoples, Egypt and its culture have signified something mysterious and incomprehensible. ‘Kemet’ follows the steps of an unrepeatable and unique human experience, which ... Read More
03/01/1998
28/06/1998

Romana pictura

  ‘The great exhibition of ancient Roman paintings will continue in the Palazzo Podestà and Palazzo Arengo until 13th September. This covers a period from the beginnings of Rome to ... Read More
23/08/1998
29/08/1998

The abode of a new people

  ‘The evangelisation of America is a topic commonly associated by many scholars with the colonisation perpetrated by the Spanish empire. The link between these events has been astutely exploited ... Read More
23/08/1998
29/08/1998

Ex umbris veritatem

  ‘The didactic exhibition on Caravaggio, entitled “Ex umbris in veritem”, intends providing a concise idea of the works of the master painter. Images are displayed of some of his ... Read More
23/08/1998
29/08/1998

The loss of the centre

  ‘Taking our cue from the book ,”The loss of the centre” by Hans Sedlmayr, a critical journey is presented inside the history of art. The accent is placed on ... Read More
23/08/1998
29/08/1998

Rome presides over unity

  ‘For the third consecutive year, the pilgrim roads of Italy have been documented. After presenting the pilgrim ways along the Adriatic coast and those of the Tyrrhenian coast, from ... Read More
23/08/1998
29/08/1998

Edith Stein. A life for truth

  ‘This exhibition is dedicated to Sister Teresa Benedetta della Croce, better known by her original name, Edith Stein, who the Pope will proclaim a saint next October. Born at ... Read More
23/08/1998
29/08/1998

Calderon and velazquez: between dreams and reality

  ‘This exhibition centres on C. Pedro Calderòn de la Barca and Diego Velazquez, both expressions of the age of Felipe IV, a period of intense distress and, at the ... Read More
23/08/1998
29/08/1998

Ready, set, ..life!

  ‘In 1953 Stanley Miller, who had just graduated from Chicago University, carried out the first experiment to shed light on the chemical reactions thought to have occurred on the ... Read More
23/08/1998
29/08/1998

The human face of the embryo

  ‘The question from which this historical-scientific exhibition starts is the first evidence, which all of us experience: our life had a starting point in time. There was a time ... Read More
23/08/1998
29/08/1998

Faith and freedom. 1500 years of catholic Scotland

  ‘This exhibition centres in a clear and well-documented manner on the various stages in the life of the Church in Scotland and on the Scottish people; a story of ... Read More
23/08/1998
29/08/1998

Cistercian architecture in italy

  ‘1998 marks the 9th centenary of the Foundation of the Cistercian Order, founded in 1098 by St. Robert at Citeaux near Digion. The order subsequently underwent tremendous growth after ... Read More
23/08/1998
29/08/1998

Icons, traces and networks

  ‘A knowledge of the ethical and aesthetic quality of the creative level achieved by our modern society in the field of architecture, design and mores is important for the ... Read More
23/08/1998
29/08/1998

Reality beats dreaming

  ‘This exhibition, focused on poetry and consequently on an event in itself incompatible with the concept of exhibition, wishes to represent an “open space” where poetry can happen and ... Read More
23/08/1998
29/08/1998

The sea below the sky

  ‘In his long and prestigious career as a photographer, Mario De Biasi had never before been given a chance to focus his lens on fishing and fishermen. Recently however, ... Read More
23/08/1998
29/08/1998

God smiles at twelve twenty

  ‘The exhibition presents an interesting journey through the paintings and drawings of Letizia Fornasieri. Point of departure is the attractiveness of reality, captured in the little things of every ... Read More
23/08/1998
29/08/1998

Solomon’s knot

  ‘The exhibition intends presenting the journey of a symbol through history, Solomon’s knot, which met with fame and fortune over a long period of at least twelve centuries. After ... Read More
23/08/1998
13/09/1998