22 october 2004 – 13 January 2005 | Brescia, Museo di Santa Giulia
curated by M. Goldin
Of particular importance for the modern Italian art, this exhibition is the Venetian painter Gino Rossi (1884-1947), one of the most fascinating figures of the early twentieth century in Italy. A show that, after more than twenty years since the last monograph dedicated to him, brings together over 30 paintings carefully chosen to witness his entire artistic career. Research which, although sadly ended with imprisonment in a mental hospital in 1926, he saw active participant in all the most important exhibitions of Ca 'Pesaro, in the period when Venice was a crossroads of the Italian avant. This was definitely his best season marked the landscapes of Burano, landscapes Asolo, portraits.