GOVERNOR DE LUCA VISITS THE LOGOS MUSEUM IN VIBONATI “SYMBOL OF THE NOON”

Governor Vincenzo De Luca visits the Logos Museum in Vibonati, defining it as a symbol of the SouthOn Tuesday 3 January 2023, the President of the Campania Region, Vincenzo De Luca, visited the Logos Museum, located at the Convent of San Francesco di Paola in Vibonati (SA), immersing himself in 2500 years of history, guided … Read more

De Luca visits the Logos Museum in Vibonati: “Testimony of a South that does not want to die”

The president of the Campania Region Vincent DeLuca visited the Logos Museumlocated at the Convent of San Francesco di Paola in Vibonati, immersing yourself in 2500 years of history, led by the two artistic directors, the directors Francesco Gagliardi and Stefania Capobianco and by the founder of the Logos Museum, the entrepreneur and film producer … Read more

Vibonati, Governor De Luca visited the Logos museum

Vibonati, Governor De Luca visited the Logos museum The President of the Campania Region, Vincenzo De Luca, visited the Logos Museum, located at the Convent of San Francesco di Paola in Vibonati, immersing himself in 2500 years of history. It was guided by the two artistic directors, the directors Francesco Gagliardi and Stefania Capobianco and … Read more

The Templo Mayor Museum presented the short Ten minutes with Rigoberta

*** The enclosure guards the medal and the scroll that symbolize the Nobel Peace Prize, to which the Guatemalan activist was awarded in 1992 *** Through the documentary, the venue brought the public closer to the life of a woman who continues to watch over the human rights of indigenous peoples Bulletin 638 The Templo … Read more

From the snow of the Jura to the white of a work, the itinerary of Jean Ricardon to see at the Courbet d’Ornans museum

Jean Ricardon chose snow white from his native Jura as his favorite material. The Courbet Museum in Ornans (Doubs) is devoting an exhibition to him to understand his career. With a room devoted to the stained glass windows of the Abbaye d’Acey and a tribute to “The Burial at Ornans” by Gustave Courbet, a 6 … Read more

The cribs and the relational art of Marina Lai at the San Martino Museum

A small exhibition dedicated to the evocative nativity scenes of Maria Lai, one of the most important Italian artists of the second half of the twentieth century, to whom the Neapolitan city has never dedicated a personal exhibition. Proposed by the Regional Directorate of Museums of Campania, in collaboration with the Maria Lai Archive and … Read more

“DEVOTI ETRUSCAN” AT THE START, VOTIVE TERRACOTTA AT THE CIVIC MUSEUM

Sunday 18 December, at 16.30, at the Civic Museum of Modena, opens “DeVoti Etruschi”, the exhibition set up in the Archeology room in collaboration with Sapienza University of Rome which exhibits over one hundred votive terracottas from the Etruscan city of Veii. The ex-voto is a gift with a strong symbolic value, which has accompanied … Read more

At the Grenoble Museum, four artists in osmosis with nature

In art, as in love, stories of fidelity are tied. Director of the Grenoble Museum, Guy Tosatto wanted, on the eve of his retirement, to pay tribute to four artists whom he has accompanied for a long time and who have presented here in monographic exhibitions: the French painter Philippe Cognée and three sculptors, the … Read more

Watchdogs, a Buddha head to touch and a samurai with a katana: the Museum of Oriental Art reopens in a new and definitive location

Two Fo dogs – that’s what they’re called – welcome us at the entrance of the new National Museum of Oriental Art (MNAO) in hall 3 of the Borges Cultural Center. One is male and rests one of its legs on a round object, clearly a planet – and not a ball as one would … Read more