From 7 July to 5 November 2017 the Matteucci Centre for Modern Art hosts the exhibition: “The short century. Tiles of ‘ 900 ‘. It is a stimulating exhibition, both for the quality of the works and for the conductor identified to present them by Susanna Ragionieri, Curator of the exhibition. To underline that a good number of the 50 works gathered for the exhibition, “emerges” from private collections and is exposed to the public for the first time. The title of the exhibition, “The short century” is naturally recalled to the famous essay published in 1994 by Eric Hobsbawm. The subtitle “Tessere di ‘ 900” instead wants to give an account of an exhibition that proposes a series of testimonies of absolute relief of the past century, tesserae of a mosaic that read in its complexity highlights an artistic period among the most fruitful and creatively tumultuous of Italian art.
Hours: July 07 – September 10 Tuesday/Friday 17.30 – 22.30 Saturday/Sunday 10.00 – 13.00/17.30 – 22.30, September 12 – November 05 Thursday/Friday 15.30 – 19.30 Saturday/Sunday 10.00 – 13.00/15.30 – 19.30 Monday closed Tuesday/Wednesday: Visits for groups , tickets 8 Euro, reduced tickets 5 Euro.
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