From today the Lametino Archaeological Museum takes part in the Trame.13 event

From today the Lametino Archaeological Museum takes part in the Trame.13 event
From today the Lametino Archaeological Museum takes part in the Trame.13 event

From today the Lametino Archaeological Museum takes part in the Trame.13 event through a structured collaboration which in this edition sees the Museum position itself as a Cultural HUB, setting the objective of improving the capacity of the public system of the area of ​​immediate territorial/cultural reference of which constitutes a “story of historical memory”, triggering heritage promotion practices based on the valorisation of the identity relationship between the museums/places of culture and the community of reference, to guarantee mutual sustainability and socio-economic development by spreading awareness of identity cultural values of reference.

From this perspective, within the Trame Festival of books on mafias, the collaborative relationship between the Lametino Archaeological Museum and the Trame Foundation has now been consolidated, which sees the Museum involved in a series of activities aimed at passing on the message of protection and valorisation of places and heritage.

“Civic visions. Returned art” is the name of the exhibition that will be inaugurated at the Archaeological Museum of Lamezia on the occasion of the thirteenth edition of Trame Festival of books on mafias, scheduled in Lamezia Terme from 18 to 23 June.

The artistic exhibition “Civic Visions. “Returned art” will be composed of works of art confiscated from the mafias and returned to public enjoyment by twentieth-century painters such as Pietro Annigoni, the so-called Painter of Queens, the landscape painter Michele Cascella, the metaphysical avant-garde artist Giorgio de Chirico, the expressionist painters Antonio Ligabue and Giuseppe Migneco, and then also Giovanni Cappelli, Bruno Cassinari, Ernesto Treccani. Also enriching the exhibition are painting and sculpture works by artists of our century such as Max Marra, Cesare Berlingeri, Paolo Porelli and Paul Kostabi.

The exhibition will remain open to visitors until 28 July 2024 during the Museum’s opening hours.

TUESDAY 18 JUNE 2024
6.00 pm
Monumental Complex of San Domenico – Archaeological Museum of Lamezzo
“Civic visions. Art returned”
exhibition promoted by the Trame Foundation, in collaboration with the Ass. Cult. MetaMorfosi curated by Prof Lorenzo Canova, and with the Confiscated Assets Agency, Regional Directorate of Calabria Museums – Ministry of Culture, Metropolitan City of Reggio Calabria, with the support of the Cassa Depositi e Prestiti Foundation – Cultural Ecosystems.
From June 18th to July 28th, from Tuesday to Sunday from 9:00 to 19:00

Trame Festival opening hours: Tuesday 18 June 7.00pm – 11.00pm / Wednesday 19 June 9.00am – 7.00pm / Thursday 20 June 9.00am – 10.00pm / Friday 21 June 9.00am – 7.00pm / Saturday 22nd June 9:00 – 23:00 / Sunday 23 June 9:00 – 19:00
Guided tours of the Museum and the Exhibition every day, during museum opening hours.

THURSDAY 20 JUNE 2024
6.00 pm
Cloister of San Domenico
The cultural landscape: active memory
Giovanna De Sensi Sestito (Historian), Stefania Mancuso (Archaeologist), Simona Bruni (Director of the Lametino Archaeological Museum – DRM Calabria), Francesco Bevilacqua (Lawyer and Writer) talk about it with Massimo Tigani Sava (LaC).
Presentation of the book by Giovanna De Sensi Sestito and Stefania Mancuso “Il Lametino. From the observed landscape to the reconstructed ancient landscape”.
Followed by guided tours of the Museum and the exhibition “Civic Visions. Art returned”.

SATURDAY 22 JUNE 2024
6.30pm
Lamezzo Archaeological Museum
10,100,1000 steps to discover the territory
Guided narrative – Modern ceramic productions: memory of places and activities in the Stancati collection.
Followed by guided tours of the Museum and the exhibition “Civic Visions. Art returned”.

 
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