Until June 16, 2013, near the museum of San Girolamo a Forlì, there will be an exhibition of artistic works entitled Twentieth century, art and life in Italy between the two wars.
The beautiful setting of San Girolamo thus lends itself to the works of Casorati, Severini, De Chirico, Guttuso, sculptors such as Manzù, Rambelli for example, all protagonists of an artistic compendium that found himself, willy-nilly, at the service of the sad period of the twenty years. .
Here we talk about art at 360 °, where alongside the pictorial works there are sculptures, graphic works, advertising, clothes, in an artistic compendium between tradition and modernity. The exhibition thus presents the major themes addressed in Twenty years by the artists who adhered to the directives of the regime of the time, participating in competitions and winning public commissions, and by those who went through that climate in search of a new relationship between the needs of contemporaneity and tradition, between art and the public.
Paintings, sculptures, frescos cartoons, graphics, wall posters, furniture, clothes and jewels, want to offer an all-round vision of the relationship between the arts and the expressions of costume and life, comparing different artists and materials.
Tuesday to Friday: 9.30-19.00; Saturday, Sunday, holidays: 9.30-20.00; Monday closed;
4 February and 1 April special opening.
The ticket office closes one hour earlier.
Full 10 €
Reduced 8 €
(for groups of more than 15 units, minors under 18 and over 65, holders of special agreements, university students and residents in the province of Forlì-Cesena)
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