With a double exhibition and a lecture at the University of Miami, Cesare Berlingeri opens a great season of figurative art in one of the more comfortable and attractive American cities for the Italian culture.
On April 19th the Italian artist who has gone through the most important experiences of the Italian contemporary art of the second half of the twentieth century, will open his retrospective at Valli Art Gallery in Wynwood. In the afternoon of April 20th he will meet students and teachers of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, and in the evening he will present his creative work at the Italian Consulate.
To support the project, an important monograph will be published by “Prearo”, with a preface by Tommaso Trini and curated by Maurizio Vanni. The preview of the publication will be presented during the event. The book, with the support of “Spirale di idee” and “Art Elite”, will be the first step in the creation of the General Catalog of the Master Cesare Berlingeri.
Thanks to the support of the GeneralConsul Gloria Bellelli and the collaboration of the professor GiovanniAccolla from the University of Miami, the season program of Valli Art will continue with a research aimed to enhance the Italian art dedicated to major projects for Italian Masters, such as Mimmo Rotella, Giosetta Fioroni, Michelangelo Pistoletto, and contemporary artists such as Chiara Dynys.
The aim of Valli Art Gallery is to acquire a social role in the city of Miami and become an important reference for the Italian art in the Unites States.