Spazialismi. R. Licata and Painting in Venice from the postwar period

05 February - 18 April 2010 | St. Petersburg, Hermitage Museum

curated by G. GRANZOTTO and V. JU. MATVEJEV

“Spazialismi. R. Licata and Painting in Venice from the postwar period". This is the title of the exhibition, curated by Giovanni Granzotto and Vladimir Matveev Ju, opened on Feb. 5 in St. Petersburg at the Hermitage by the Minister for Public Administration and Innovation Renato Brunetta. Appointment was also attended by the Italian Ambassador to the Russian Federation, Vittorio Claudio Surdo. The exhibition is open until 18 April 2010 and is characterized as a compendium of painting licatiana from the beginning to the last period. Is examined, however, the formidable pool of talent and projects and that proven Venice, especially in the post-war. The exhibition features approximately 75 works including 50 by Riccardo Licata and 25 artists such as Fontana, Drive, Bacci, Morandis, Tancredi, Deluigi, Widow, Santomaso, Finzi. The aim of the initiative: to present an idea of the space intended - from Licata, actors of spatial movement, and other masters active in the lagoon and next to the climate - even in terms luministic and atmospheric, but also perceived and participated as a time emotional, sentimental ideal.