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Biennale Disegno in Rimini - exibitions of drawings

Thousands of drawings on display: from Parmigianino to Kentridge and from Hugo Pratt to Fellini

Rimini

Italy is known as one of the homelands of drawing, certainly the country has enhanced and expanded the beauty and significance of drawing as an art.
Rimini presents the "number zero" of the Biennale Disegno Rimini, an exhibition that runs through the centuries without preconceptions and fields of application, proposing a wide range of exhibitions, performances and screenings on the topic which will be faced from different perspectives.
Thousand of designs will be on display for one of the most interesting art exhibitions in Italy, from Parmigianino to Kentridge, from Guercino to Fontana, from Tintoretto to Baccarini, from Hugo Pratt to Federico Fellinit and from the posters by Dudovich to the contemporary artists such as Toccafondo and Nicoletta Ceccoli. More than 20 exhibitions will be set up in suggestive places which will transform the city in the capital of design for two months.
The event gives also visitors the opportunity to discover the oldest and most precious venues in Rimini historic centre, the heart of creativity and research. The City Museum , Castel Sigismondo , Palazzo del Podestà, the Gambalunga Library, FAR gallery of contemporary art, the Museo degli Sguardi (on Rimini hillside), Rimini Film archive and the Music Institute Lettimi are only a few of the places involved.

Entrance free except for the exhibitions in Sismondo Castle (€ 5,00)

Duration

  • from 12/04/2014 to 08/06/2014

Contact details

Musei comunali, FAR, Sale civiche del Podestà, Galleria dell’Immagine, Castel Sismondo, Biblioteca, Istituto Lettimi, Cineteca, Museo degli Sguardi e spazi di case editrici, librerie, gallerie, studi di architettura e di moda - Phone: (+39) 0541 704414 - 704416 - http://www.biennaledisegnorimini.it - http://https://www.facebook.com/biennaledisegnorimini

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