The 8th of October saw the inauguration of the exhibition entitled “Giulio Romano. La forza delle cose” curated by Barbara Furlotti and Guido Rebecchini, which explores the theme of metalware made to designs by 16th-century artists, particularly those by Giulio Romano but also including some by Michelangelo and Francesco Salviati.
The fit-out for this exhibition was developed by Lissoni Associati and conceived as a modular system. The structure is defined by simple and transposable geometric elements that can be assembled in different ways, resulting in a flexible system that can be easily adapted to the specific requirements of each exhibit.
In addition, the brand identity of the seasonal programme 'Mantova: L’arte da vivere’ was developed by Lissoni Graphx, seeking to distill the sense of wonder that characterizes the various exhibitions of the programme that explore different aspects of life during the renaissance.
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