Con vista carca di stupor
Palazzo Rasponi dalle Teste - via Luca Longhi, 9
Dates: du 17/09/2016 to 09/10/2016
Closing day: Monday
Hours: 3pm - 6pm
"Con vista carca di stupor" ("Full of wonder"): this line, an extract from Canto XXIX of Purgatorio, alludes to the unprepared and delighted gaze of poet Virgil's soul who has the chance to admire the beauty of Eden together with Dante.
With the same gaze eight professional photographers (Nicola Baldazzi • Giammario Corsi • Alessandra Dragoni • Cesare Fabbri + Silvia Loddo per Osservatorio Fotografico • Fototeca Manfrediana di Faenza • Marcello Galvani • Francesca Gardini • Adriano Zanni) took pictures of Dante's Romagna and alternated in posting their own interpretations of the territory on the brand new Instagram account of Parco Letterario @leterredidante, which was opened a few months ago with some pictures taken by photographer Laura Gramantieri.
From September 17th to October 9th visitors of Palazzo Rasponi dalle Teste will have the chance to admire some of places of Dante's Romagna, rediscovered and revisited for this occasion, in the new photo-exhibition curated by Silvia Loddo and Cesare Fabbri (Osservatorio Fotografico) under the supervision of Guido Guidi. Just to mention a few: Foreste Casentinesi National Park, the impressive Acquacheta Falls, the splendid Corte San Ruffillo in the area of Dovadola, the villages surrounding Forlì mentioned in the Comedy, Faenza, Classe and the unexplored corners of the Pinewood, Ravenna with its mosaics and Dante's secret places.
In partnership with Parco Letterario "Le Terre Di Dante", the editorial staff of Ravenna City Council - Tourism, Igers group of Ravenna, Bonobolabo space and Paesaggio Culturale Italiano. With the support of Società Dante Alighieri.
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Date de dernière modification : 26/09/2016