“Vertebre – Uomo” (1984), from the De Fornaris collection, is a mixed technique on canvas by Salvatore Astore. The artist is inspired by parts of the human body that become forms: a procedure that can be found in “Urban Anatomy”, the double sculpture of Astore inaugurated last November in Turin
It’s called “Pesci” (1995) the painting by Andrea Massaioli which belongs to the De Fornaris collection and is on a theme with summer. You can admire the details in high definition in our virtual museum, ilmuseochenonce.com, or in the database on the fondazionedefornaris.org website.
Giorgio Morandi did not only create still lifes with bottles and landscapes. Also are by him these beautiful “Fiori” (1948), which belong to the De Fornaris collection. You can admire the details in our virtual museum, ilmuseochenonce.com, or in the database on the fondazionedefornaris.org website.
Four works by Giacomo Soffiantino from the De Fornaris collection are on display until June 30 in the exhibition by the Turin artist set up at the Ferrero Foundation in Alba. They belong to the series “ Musulmani: Olocausto” (1962) and are titled “Gli uni sugli altri”, “Uragano”, “Vortice”, “Quasi
On June 14 at 6 pm, the President of the Fondazione De Fornaris Piergiorgio Re will accompany the public inside the studio of Giuseppe Penone, with whom he will talk. They will start from his work “In limine”, located outside the GAM of Turin and created in 2011 on the
Lectures from “Il Museo che non c’è” The ‘Lunedì dell’arte’ of the Fondazione De Fornaris are back: not in person, but online. The new series includes three meetings appointed to eminent speakers who will talk about the fundamental works included in “Il Museo che non c’è” (the Fondazione’s virtual museum)
The new Virtual Museum of the Fondazione De Fornaris is now online and has been created to allow art lovers from all over the world to discover some of the most significant works from the Fondazione De Fornaris collection, including Francesco Hayez’s “L’angelo annunziatore” (The Angel of the Annunciation), Giuseppe
“The Primacy of the Work” is the title of the new layout of the 1900s collection of Gam, recently created by the director Riccardo Passoni. Numerous pieces on display belong to the collections of the Fondazione De Fornaris: among these, “Still Life with Salami” (1919) by Giorgio de Chirico, “The