Trecastelli: “Disobediences” exhibition in Nori De’ Nobili Museum re-opens

1' di lettura 25/06/2020 - The Nori De’ Nobili Museum of the city of Trecastelli is reopening the Study Centre on Woman in visual contemporary arts on Saturday June 20th.

Citizens, tourists and visitors will be able to safely access the building, which is ready to welcome them according to the measures established by the current legislations. It will be possible to visit, inside the rooms of the Study Centre, the exhibition DISOBEDIENCES, which includes thirty relevant artists, some belonging to the regional territory of Marche, others coming from all Italy and abroad.

In the exhibition you will find the works of Astrid Albers, Gesine Arps, Vincenzo Balena, Beatrice Bolletta, Anna Boschi, Maria Cristina Cavagnoli, Leonardo Cemak, Maurizio Cesarini, Marco Cornini, Antonio Delle Rose, Gioxe De Micheli, Chiara Diamantini, Silvia Fiorentino, Renato Galbusera, Elena Giustozzi, Alexa Invrea, Rouhi Jahromi, Maria Jannelli, Giancarlo Lepore, Matè, Alessia Nardi, Shura Oyarce Yuzzelli, Laura Panno, Bruno Pellegrini, Ieva Petersone, Stefano Pizzi, Pico Romagnoli, Mirella Saluzzo, Maria Luisa Simone, Francesca Vitali Boldini.

Moreover, it will possible to reserve (by phone calling or by sending an e-mail) a guided visit of the collection of the works of Eleonora De’ Nobili, a remarkable woman and artist, to whom the Museum of Trecastelli is devoted. The entrance and the guided visits, for each person and groups, both in the exhibition and in the museum, are free.

For information: Ufficio Turistico_Museo Nori De’ Nobili –Villino Romualdo- Piazza Leopardi, 32 loc. Ripe – Trecastelli (Ancona); tel. 071. 7957851 – trecastelliufficioturistico@gmail.com – www.museonoridenobili.it






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