Massimo Campigli and the Etruscans at Palazzo Franchetti
Until the 30th of September Venice will host the exhibit “Massimo Campigli and the Etruscans: a pagan happiness” at the ACP-Palazzo Franchetti
The Venetian exhibit, curated by Franco Calarota under the general supervision of Alessia Calarota, aims to create a concrete dialogue between the Masters’ works and the previous examples, from which he took inspiration. The 35 Campigli’s pieces that have been selected for the exhibit date back to 1928 to 1966 and will be placed side by side with 50 archaeological finds of the Etruscan civilisation, some of which will be displayed here for the first time.
The pieces have been chosen by the Superintendent Margherita Eichberg, together with the researchers of the Scientific Committee and supervised by the Research Manager Giovanni Cesarini and the Art Historian Martina Corgnati.
Further information at https://www.acp-palazzofranchetti.com/