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The Restrained Monumentality of Shou County Culture and Art Center

The Restrained Monumentality of Shou County Culture and Art Center

Casa Santa Teresa: Amelia Tavella's Quintessential Vacation Home in Corsica

Casa Santa Teresa: Amelia Tavella's Quintessential Vacation Home in Corsica

Kleureyck at Design Museum Gent: A Kaleidoscopic Exhibition Connects Past & Present Through Colour

Kleureyck at Design Museum Gent: A Kaleidoscopic Exhibition Connects Past & Present Through Colour

A Castle-Like House in the Hollywood Hills Marries Luxury with Modesty

A Castle-Like House in the Hollywood Hills Marries Luxury with Modesty

Plant Tribe: Igor Josifovic & Judith de Graaff Explore the Life-Changing Magic of Houseplants

Plant Tribe: Igor Josifovic & Judith de Graaff Explore the Life-Changing Magic of Houseplants

Massimiliano Pelletti, African Hermes, 2019. Carrara white marble and African black fossil marble. Photo Nicola Gnesi. Courtesy Galleria Barbara Paci and the artist.

Massimiliano Pelletti, Afrikan Giano, 2020. Brown Galaxy. Photo Nicola Gnesi. Courtesy Galleria Barbara Paci and the artist.

Installation view, Massimiliano Pelletti, Looking Forward to the Past, Museo delle Arti Catanzaro. Photo Nicola Gnesi. Courtesy Galleria Barbara Paci and the artist.

  • Via Alessandro Turco, 63, 88100 Catanzaro CZ, Italy

  • Museo delle Arti Catanzaro (MARCA)

  • € 8

  • Tue–Sun 9:30 a.m.–1 p.m. & 3.30 p.m.–8 p.m.

  • +39 0961 746797

08 February - 30 April, 2020

Massimiliano Pelletti: Looking Forward to the Past

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The exhibition presents 30 works by Italian sculptor Massimiliano Pelletti, including a series of sculptures conceived specifically for the venue, that explore the nature of African sculpture in relation to classicism.

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