LONGARETTI. ACROSS ONE CENTURY

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From September to January you will have the opportunity to visit a unique exhibition dedicated to Trento Longaretti. One century after his birth, you can admire 42 masterpieces created by this renowned artist from Bergamo in a solo exhibit. 

Celebrating the hundredth anniversary of Trento Longaretti’s birth on September 27th, the Museo Bernareggi will open a special exhibition dedicated to this famous artist from Bergamo. Over 40 works covering an extremely intense artistic period, from the Thirties to the year 2000, the exhibit features four different themes: human representation, still life, wayfarers and self-portraits.


Each section displays the deep sensitivity of the artist, along with his will to investigate and depict the human condition.

The exhibition takes place in the beautiful Palazzo Bassi – Ratgheb, dating back to the XVI Century, housing the Museo di Arte Sacra Adriano Bernareggi. The building is located in one of the loveliest streets of Bergamo, via Pignolo, full of art galleries and antiques shops creating a perfect match between classic and contemporary art.

Opening hours:
Tuesday – Sunday from 3 p.m. to 6.30 p.m.
(the ticket office closes at 6.00 p.m.)
Closed on Monday

Ticket:
Full price: € 5,00 – Reduced price: € 3,00

For further information: www.fondazionebernareggi.it


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From September to January you will have the opportunity to visit a unique exhibition dedicated to Trento Longaretti. One century after his birth, you can admire 42 masterpieces created by this renowned artist from Bergamo in a solo exhibit. 

Celebrating the hundredth anniversary of Trento Longaretti’s birth on September 27th, the Museo Bernareggi will open a special exhibition dedicated to this famous artist from Bergamo. Over 40 works covering an extremely intense artistic period, from the Thirties to the year 2000, the exhibit features four different themes: human representation, still life, wayfarers and self-portraits.


Each section displays the deep sensitivity of the artist, along with his will to investigate and depict the human condition.

The exhibition takes place in the beautiful Palazzo Bassi – Ratgheb, dating back to the XVI Century, housing the Museo di Arte Sacra Adriano Bernareggi. The building is located in one of the loveliest streets of Bergamo, via Pignolo, full of art galleries and antiques shops creating a perfect match between classic and contemporary art.

Opening hours:
Tuesday – Sunday from 3 p.m. to 6.30 p.m.
(the ticket office closes at 6.00 p.m.)
Closed on Monday

Ticket:
Full price: € 5,00 – Reduced price: € 3,00

For further information: www.fondazionebernareggi.it


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