Exhibitions ’99

Viva Cristo Re! The martyrdom of Mexico 1926-29

  ‘Mexico is a nation marked by a great history and martyrdom, which combines an uncertain and difficult present with a tragic and, in many ways, unknown past. The exhibition ... Read More
22/08/1999
28/08/1999

Towards the holy land

  ‘Journeys to the Holy Land with the specific intent of commemorating the Christian ‘event’, began in the 2nd century A.D. (among the first such traveller was the bishop of ... Read More
22/08/1999
28/08/1999

The light in people and things

  ‘The gesture whereby Erminio Poretti allows us to take part in his outlook on the world is only apparently discreet. It is true to say that ‘his’ light, ‘his’ ... Read More
22/08/1999
28/08/1999

Peoples of the bible

  ‘One of the most fascinating aspects of archaeology is undoubtedly that of being able to pinpoint and discover facts, places and figures profoundly rooted in our imagination. When the ... Read More
22/08/1999
28/08/1999

Tracking the Mystery of chinese culture

  ‘If it is true that ‘The unknown generates fear and Mystery fills with wonder’, as the title of the 21st Meeting suggests, it is equally true that Chinese culture ... Read More
22/08/1999
28/08/1999

Arteinfustria

  ‘The exhibition stems from the need to highlight the dual art-industry concept, often wrongly considered by many to be antithetical and contrasting. Guest of the 20th Meeting for Friendship ... Read More
22/08/1999
28/08/1999

A small country within the greatness of history

  ‘Re-assessing the history of one’s country is an important operation that can lead to a better understanding of one’s roots and to identifying with one’s past in order to ... Read More
22/08/1999
28/08/1999

Poetry, a science nourished with amazement

  ‘Besides poetry (the great texts on show, reading, discussions, a small reference library and video screenings), this year the clanDestino area will also contain other art forms: painting, sculpture ... Read More
22/08/1999
28/08/1999