Le pareti delle meraviglie. Corami di corte tra i Gonzaga e l’Europa

The 26th of March will see the inauguration of the first exhibition of the 2022/2023 season at Palazzo Te. Entitled "Le pareti delle meraviglie. Corami di corte tra i Gonzaga e l’Europa" and curated by Augusto Morari, the exhibition presents a collection of corami: wall hangings of decorated leather that were once very fashionable but which have long since disappeared from use.

The fit-out for this exhibition was developed by Lissoni Associati and conceived as a modular system that draws attention onto the corami, those decorative wall linings that once adorned the residences of the nobility. Spatially, the structure is defined by simple and modular geometric elements that can be composed in different ways, resulting in a flexible system that can be easily adapted to the requirements of each exhibit. Arranged in seven sections, the exhibition will retrace the fascinating history of corami and their prevalence in the period from the late 15th to the mid-17th century.

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