photograph by manfredi bellati
Palazzo Fava – Piano Nobile. A view of the newly restored ceiling and frescos of Palazzo Fava during the opening. The palace's distinctive feature is given by the invaluable painting cycles decorating six rooms in the piano nobile: there, Agostino, Annibale and Ludovico Carracci depicted the stories of Europe, Jason and, partially, the feats of Aeneas. The antique art on the walls comes from the Fondazione Carisbo and includes works, amongst others by, Guercino and Guido Reni.
Palazzo Fava. The president of the Fondazione Carisbo, Fabio Roversi Monaco and curator, art critic and historian, Philippe Daverio at Palazzo Fava. The exhibitions in Palazzo Fava are part of the project, Bologna Si Rivela curated by Daverio himself.
Seen at Palazzo Fava. Parisian antique dealer, Marc Hostier, Azucena’s Marta Sala and Borgoluce’s Ninni Collalto.
Palazzo Fava – The Library. One of the photographs on show in the exhibition Quando La Cina Era Lontana: 1904-1947 taken from Marina Giusti del Giardino’s book, Pechino Bassano Del Grappa, published by Allemandi & C.
Seen at Palazzo Fava. The author of Pechino Bassano Del Grappa, Marina Giusti del Giardino, the photos taken from the book make up the exhibition, Quando La Cina Era Lontana: 1904-1947 curated by Jean Blanchaert in the library of Palazzo Fava.
Palazzo Fava – The Library. One of a couple of works by Patrizia Medail called, Changing Skyline (Pudong, Shanghai 2011) in the exhibition, Quando La Cina Era Lontana: 1904-1947 in the library of Palazzo Fava.