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CAMeC Centro presents the first Italian exhibition of visual poetry on ceramics with works by the major authors of the sector. It is a research exhibition
CAMeC Centro presents the first Italian exhibition of visual poetry on ceramics with works by the major authors of the sector.
It is a research exhibition project that brings together this particular type of work, certainly the rarest in the field of visual poetry, counting a few hundred copies in the world. An unprecedented project, representative of the artistic production on ceramic support of about thirty verbovisual poets, born and developed with the generous support of Isaia Mabellini, in art SARENCO, and with the fundamental contribution of the collectors Paolo Scatizzi, Paolo Berardelli, Luigi Bonotto, Giuseppe Verzelletti and some important artists of visual poetry, one for all Lamberto Pignotti, as well as with the support of the master ceramist Michelangelo Marchi.
Visiting hours of the Camec Museum
Tuesday to Sunday, 11.00am – 6.00pm;
closed on Mondays (except Easter Monday)
January 26 (Friday) 11:00 am - April 29 (Sunday) 6:00 pm
CAMeC La Spezia
The exhibition, through a course of educational panels, aims to bring out the human experience of Galileo, in all its dimensions. It recreates the historical, social, cultural and religious environment
The exhibition, through a course of educational panels, aims to bring out the human experience of Galileo, in all its dimensions. It recreates the historical, social, cultural and religious environment of the time, which corresponds to the birth of modernity, showing its ferments, contrasts and extraordinary creativity, even in the Italy of the Counter-Reformation. Galileo tries to inaugurate a more adequate approach to reach the knowledge of nature but proves to be too impulsive and not inclined to establish constructive dialogue with the authorities. The whole story and its historical consequences are re-read in the light of today’s science and its most profound needs, showing how, within an experience of faith, science can find its rightful place.
March 24 (Saturday) - May 6 (Sunday)
Fortezza di Firmafede
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