The exhibition “Masterpieces Sibillini, art in places injured by the earthquake” offers to the visitors from February 19 to October 1, 2017 a selection of about 100 Masterpieces that have been brought to the beautiful town of Osimo , in the Province of Ancona, from the territories affected by the earthquake of August, 2016.
Vittorio Sgarbi is the president of the Scientific Committee of the exhibition, he chose the name and the image that represents it, the Sibyl of the Neapolitan painter Corrado Gianquinto, coming from the Museum of Montefortino.
The Pinacoteca Gentili of San Ginesio, a lovely town that for the awesome views it offers is called “The balcony of the Sibillini Mountains” but also, unfortunately, one of the towns most devastated by the earthquake, hosted 34 of those Masterpieces.
You’ll admire some works of Simone De Magistris, including a Pietà made in 1584, Filippo Conti, the Caracciolo, called Battistello, all works painted between 1500 and 1600.
An artistic treasure of inestimable value that was recovered and transferred to Osimo in order to preserve it integrity, enhance it through the exhibition, restore it, if necessary, with the proceeds of the tickets, to later return it to its ancient splendor to the places of belonging.
“Sibillini masterpieces, the art in places injured by the earthquake “
“Capolavori Sibillini, l’arte nei luoghi feriti dal sisma”
Exhibition of works of art, in Osimo, The Marches Region, from the areas of the region affected by the earthquake.
Palazzo Campana, Piazza Dante 4 Osimo (Ancona)
HOURS AND OPENINGS
From February 19th to October 1st, 2017
from Thursday to Sunday, weekends and holidays
10-13 and 16- 19
from April 13 to May 1 every day
10-13 and 16- 19
10-13 and 16- 20
from August 1 to September 10 every day without a lunch break
Last admission 30 minutes before closing
Reduced € 5.00
groups of more than 15, children under 18, holders of conventions, college students
Reduced € 4.00
students of primary and secondary schools
Children up to 6 years, disabled with a carer, a leader per group, two teachers per school group