Continue the great exhibitions at the Pepoli Museum with an interesting exhibition of Trapani from the eighteenth century to the views of Gustavo Bertolini.
The exhibition aims to promote the knowledge of evolution urban planning of the city of Trapani from the eighteenth century to the present day through exposure of an ink drawing on paper ivory of an author of unknown origin, which was implemented in 1710 and which he was held by the Municipality of Trapani, until it was acquired by the Pepoli Museum.
In this work the people visiting can admire a view of Trapani and some adjacent areas. It is also accessible to its copy made by two artists from Naples, the Tummarello brothers, who in the early years of the 900 they made a gift to Mr Nunzio Nasi. The copy was acquired by the Museum Pepoli in 1952, but had fallen into oblivion until the Rotary Club of Trapani not decided to finance the restoration.
During the exhibition you will see many different revisions of the original version, some in color, some in black and white, which were built in the 60s by designer Gustavo Bertolini Trapani with different techniques, ranging from design to printing ink litho.
The exhibition is divided into two sections: the first is dedicated to the two pieces of the museum, which has the ambitious aim of promoting the scientific point of view documentary urban history and economic partner of the city; the second is intended to commemorate the great figure of the artist Trapani Gustavo Bertolini through family photos and his bike, which kept the master with great passion.
The exhibition is open fono 8 January 2017 in the spaces of the cloister and in the large hall on the ground floor.
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