Written by Michela | 12 July, 2011
Frederick Bano announced “The Symbolism in Italy”. L’appuntamento, missed in many ways, is from October 1 to February 12 of this year 2012, Padua, in the Palazzo Zabarella.
To make this new venture, the Foundation Bano, Here once again together with the Foundation Antonveneta, called Fernando Mazzocca and Carlo Sisi with Maria Vittoria Marini Clarelli, Director of the National Gallery of Modern Art in Rome.
The theme and scope are well known: at the turn of the nineteenth and twentieth century, the unconscious breaks through in the art and nothing will ever be. and’ the discovery of a world “more”, fascinating, intriguing, a new lens that turns the perception of all reality, it is a physical landscape and the soul of a motorcycle.
and’ the story of a movement that extends quickly on a European scale but here is dutifully – and is the first time – investigated in its key Italian affair. Not without providing comparisons across borders and in particular with the scope of the Austrian Symbolism: worth of all the Judith – Salome, Gustav Klimt or Sin, famous masterpiece by Franz von Stuck: two works alone are worth the visit to the exhibition.
But if international comparisons are of absolute quality, that the Italian offer eight sections of this exhibition, is not less.
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