Riccardo Licata. Mediterranean soul

Riccardo Licata. Mediterranean soul

Luigi Marras
Ambassador of Italy in Valletta
Heritage Malta
request the pleasure of your company
at the opening of the exhibition

curated by Sandro Debono
and John Granzotto

Friday, July 22, 2011, 8:30 p.m.

National Museum of Archeology
Valletta, Malta

National Museum of Archaeology
Auberge de Provence
Republic Street, Valletta VLT 1112
opening hours: Monday to Sunday 9:00 am - 7:00 pm

A major exhibition of the works of Richard Licata will be inaugurated on Friday, July 22, 2011 in Valletta, Malta, in what is his most important museum, the National Museum of Archaeology.
The exhibition, curated by Sandro Debono and John Granzotto, includes works from the fifties to the most recent, including silver filigree work made especially for the occasion, creating an additional point of encounter between the artist and the country in which he found, thanks to an interesting text of the historic Carmel Cassar, its roots. The exhibition will include works made with different techniques, including paintings on different media, mosaics and tapestries. In addition there is a section called "cards of the Mediterranean", at the National Museum of Fine Arts, which will recent works on paper created by the Master.
The event, sponsored by the Euromobil Group, is sponsored by the Ministry of Heritage and Culture, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Italian Embassy in Valletta, Malta from Hermitage, INAC National Institute of Contemporary Art from ' Italian Cultural Institute in Valletta.
In the heart of Malta's capital, visited throughout the year but especially during the summer by thousands of tourists from all over the world, there is the National Museum of Archaeology, which hosts art exhibitions always masters of international importance. This confirms, with this exhibition, the protagonist in the arts.
The show will return in the events of the Great White Night to be held in Valletta on October 1.
The exhibition will be open until 9 October 2011 and will be accompanied by a catalog of 128 pages in color of the series "Museums" published by Verso l'Arte Editions.

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