In Bolsena, the exhibition hall is located inside the former church of San Salvatore which dates back to the 13th century and is located in the medieval quarter. It is recognized by the characteristic domed bell tower covered with majolica.
In Bolsena, the Cavour Exhibition Wing is a long rectangular-shaped room in the medieval quarter with an internal garden that is perfect for hosting art exhibitions of all kinds. The space is divided into three sections by three arches that give it a particular scenic effect.
In summer, the historic centre of Sermoneta is enriched with works of art by contemporary artists who exhibit their works in different corners of the medieval village.
Giardino dei Lauri is an exhibition space that houses a collection of contemporary art with works in interior areas as well as outdoor sculptures with the background of the Umbrian hills. It was founded by the Neapolitan collectors Massimo and Angela Lauro.
“Spazio Kossuth”, the Kossuth Space in Città della Pieve is dedicated to the master sculptor Wolfgang Alexander Kossuth, one of the greatest sculptors of the European twentieth century. It was inaugurated in 2015 by Vittorio Sgarbi and is located inside the garages of the Palazzo del Vescovato.
Between the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries there was an interesting production of ceramic art by the master Nardo Rao and potters Vincenzo Arpino and Sebastian De Vito. The most typical production at the time were hexagonal tiles with decorations of flowers and leaves, of animals or geometric shapes, that can Read more…
The sundial was made in Naples in 1891 on a design of Ing. Gaetano Musilli and was made by pouring molten lead on marble.
Many of Morolo buildings are covered with beautiful murals dedicated to the theme of emigration.
The church at the entrance of the town dedicated to St. Rocco is used as a picture gallery. Here are preserved frescoes from the Church of Capodacqua and the Church of Santa Maria del Monacato.
On the small promontory overlooking the sea are the remains of a villa d’otium (house of laziness) from the imperial age. It has been identified as the site of the ancient port of Panapione. Today you can see a rectangular room with a paved mosaic apse, a rectangular cryptoportico (covered Read more…