Exposicions, visites i altres esdeveniments en curs o pròxims

ID VenueTorre di Cervia
Start Datedijous, 20 / juny / 2013
End Datedilluns, 8 / juliol / 2013
NameMatteo Focaccia. An eclectic architect between Liberty and Rationalism
DescriptionThe seventeenth Salt Warehouse Torre di Cervia, near Ravenna, will host, from 20 June to 8 July 2013, an exhibition dedicated to "Matthew Focaccia. An eclectic architect between Liberty and Rationalism. " The exhibition will be on display in the Hall Rubicon, every day, from 20.30 to 23.30. Admission is free. The initiative is sponsored by Liberty Romagna, in collaboration with the Cultural Association Casa delle Aie Cervia and with the patronage of the Municipality of Cervia. The realization of the exhibition is curated by Andrea Speziali, star of the revival of interest in Romagna and nationally for Liberty. Apothecaries is assisted by Renato Lombardi, with regard to the historical aspect refers to the fact Cervia and Romagna. The exhibition follows on from the initiatives promoted in 2012 on the occasion of the centenary of Milano Marittima (location of the town of Cervia) was born with a master plan designed by the great artist and painter Giuseppe Palanti (1881-1946), inspired by the idea of "garden city". The exhibition will feature a selection of images from the era, "cottages" of great hotels of graphic documents related to the expansion of tourism, first residential elite and then gradually more and more open to new social groups of users. The architect Matteo Focaccia (1900-1972) played an important role in the architecture of the early decades of the twentieth century, bringing an impression of eclecticism and originality linked to beauty, during the upward phase of Milano Marittima and Cervia. Are exposed original projects retained by the heirs and municipal archive. The initiative falls within a wider program of events dedicated to the "rationalism in architecture" of Romagna, promoted by public bodies, cultural institutions and banking foundations, with exhibitions, conferences, guided tours. The exhibition is part of the cultural events of the Pink Night.
Type of eventExhibition

With the support of the Culture Programme of the European Union

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