ONLINE ENCOUNTERS PROPOSED BY THE ARCHIVIO LUIGI PERICLE
I discovered the Archivio Luigi Pericle during the inauguration of the 58th edition of the Venice Art Biennale, when the first retrospective exhibition of the Swiss artist, illustrator and intellectual, who was born in Basle in 1926 and died in 2001 in Ascona, was arranged.
The exhibition dedicated to Luigi Pericle made me discover an artist who at a certain point of his life chose to get off the “carousel” of the art world, which it never seems to stop, to devote his life to study and research on the slopes of Monte Verità in Ascona (Swiss canton of Ticino), a place that has attracted artists, philosophers, theosophists, pacifists and intellectuals since the early 20th century.
Now the Archivio Luigi Pericle is proposing a series of online encounters to discover all aspects of the life and work of this artist.
The online encounters of the Archivio Luigi Pericle
PHOTOGRAPHIC EXHIBITIONS 2020: ALL PHOTOGRAPHIC EXHIBITIONS NOT TO BE MISSED
All the photographic exhibitions 2020 not to be missed, the events that fans of the genre cannot take.
This is a list, constantly updated, of all the exhibitions taking place in Italy in 2020.
Photographic exhibitions 2020
EXHIBITIONS IN FORLI ‘2020: ALL THE EVENTS NOT TO BE MISSED
In this post you will find the exhibitions in Forlì 2020 that you must see.
All the events that take place during the year, in a constantly updated list that allows you to choose what to see.
Exhibitions in Forlì 2020: events not to be missed
EXHIBITIONS IN BOLOGNA 2020: ALL THE EVENTS NOT TO BE MISSED
In this post you will find the exhibitions in Bologna 2020 that you must not miss this year.
All the important events that take place during the year, in a constantly updated list.
Exhibitions in Bologna 2020: the unmissable events
VAN EYCK. AN OPTICAL REVOLUTION: THE GREAT EXHIBITION OF 2020
In 2020 the Museum of Fine Arts Gent (MSK) will host the exhibition Van Eyck. An optical revolution from February 1st to April 30th 2020. A great event which celebrates the original splendour of the panels of the “Adoration of the Mystic Lamb”, after a long restoration.
Van Eyck. An Optical Revolution