Masks in Venice, February 18 - 28, 2013, Foaier Hall
The Italian Institute of Culture in Bucharest has the pleasure to inform you that from Monday, 18 to February 28, 2013, at The National Museum of the Romanian Peasant, Sala Foaier, is open the collective photo exhibition entitled Masti in Venice.
The exhibition, which presents about sixty photographs of Renato Fornaseri, Gianni Avеsani, Dino Bacciolo, Renato Greco, Davide Toffanin, Alessandro Zanchini, Giuseppe Martini aims to give us an idea as rich and lively as possible about the fascinating world of Carnival from Venice, where fantasy, colors, joy and pleasure of life are lived to the full.
The artistic sensibilities of the authors give us the opportunity to enter into the details of this unreal world, in which we can integrate and with whom we can identify, not as spectators, but as participants. Masks and lavish clothes take away our identity, but at the same time, they give us all the opportunity to be protagonists. This is in fact the true meaning of Carnival, a common holiday, in which everyone integrates spontaneously and contributes to the mood and the multicolored atmosphere.
Within this spectacular exhibition the Italian Institute of Culture organizes on Thursday, February 21, 2013, at 19:00 Carnival Party.
Which aims to reproduce the atmosphere of joy experienced in this period in many markets in Italy. We will be able to admire artistic images that will lead us to the streets or the Venetian alleys, but also to listen to the music of Vivaldi, Albinoni, Benedetto Marcello and other Venetian composers, to admire the performance offered by street artists and acrobats and, in fine, to taste typical sweets for carnival from different Italian regions.
We invite you all to come to the party in costumes or masks and bring your contribution of good mood, cheerfulness and fantasy. Admission is free and open to all those who have fun.
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