Green thing to Brescia, Italian capital of culture 2023

alla scoperta di Brescia come non l’avete mai vista, Italian capital of culture 2023 Join me in Bergamo, for an intense year, rich in events, initiatives, art, music and beauty.

The “Leonessa d’Italia” possesses a rich material and immaterial heritage that is found in the ancient Brixia Romana, along and suggestive around the museums and monuments, and that day, for the occasion, the best of those who have never seen innumerevoli appuntamenti di livello nazionale e internazionale che vedono starred in music, opera, theater, science, light, cinema and scenery.

12 months of art and culture

The context of recognition Offer to Brescia the occasion to shine and show, still one volta, the splendid museum heritage that characterizes it.

For this year in corso, the Fondazione Brescia Musei has predisposed a fitto palinsesto soon to conquer the public from the reopening (after a long closing period) of the Museo del Risorgimento che avrà il nome di “Museum of the Risorgimento della Leonessa d’Italia“, thanks to a new project for the recovery and valorization of the symbolic building that houses it, il castle Arroccato sul Colle Cidneo near the historic center.

Il novo allestimento, interactive and immersive, will consent to the visitor of the ripper run of the protagonist and patriotic motives who have carried all’Unità d’Italia and explore the figurative and artistic trend of the XIX century through paintings, stamps, ceramics, sculptures, geographic maps and pieces.

Palazzo Martinengonoble palazzo seicentesco all’incrocio via dei Musei e Piazza del Foro, welcomed the first time and capolavori of the most important masters of art attivi tra il Cinquecento e il Settecento a Brescia e Bergamo with the exhibition “Lotto, Romanino, Moretto, Ceruti. I Campioni della Pittura in Brescia and Bergamo(dal 21 gennaio all’11 jugno).
A way to dialogue the artistic production and the culture expressa dalle due città during the period of Venetian domination.

The main museum of Brescia, Il Museum of Santa Giuliaplaced inside the Monastero di Santa Giulia along the ancient decumano massimo della Brixia romana, will be the protagonist of “Misery and Nobiltà“(from February 14 to May 28), the show is dedicated to Giacomo Ceruti, an important exponent of the “pittura di realtà” that goes by the name of “Pitochetto” for i soggetti ritratti: vagabondi, poveri, contadini e reietti.

Ma non è tutto.

Il celebre Museo sarà teatro also del progetto positivo “Foodprint: the Mediterranean diet oggi” (from 10 Gennaio to 23 Febbraio), della mostra “Luce Montagna” (from March 21 to July 23), the most significant one made on the top world, thanks to the work of three masters of photography of the Novecento and of one contemporary, Ansel Adams, Martin Chambi, Vittorio Sella, Axel Hütte, and the show photograph LaChapelle per Ceruti (from February 14 to November 10), curate of Denis Curti.

From July 14 to October 29, it will start around the show “Cinema Mattotti“, drawn by the noted illustrator Lorenzo Mattottioriginally from Brescia, while, in the area of ​​the Festival della Pace, from November 10 to January 28, 2024, it will be possible to see the collective “Art and Diritti” Sulle urgente questions of our time.

Il Roman Brixia Archaeological Parkpercorso archeologico tra i più rilevanti d’Italia, UNESCO Heritage, ospiterà invece il progetto Brixia sposa Plessi (from June 9 to January 7, 2024) with monuments digital wallsvideo production and digital installations of the master of video art Fabrizio Plessi.

Ancora, il Castello, one of the most incantevoli complex fortificati of Italy that has a mozzafiato panorama, from May 19 to Gennaio 7, 2024, will be on the cornice for the open sky exhibition contemporary sculptor Davide Rivalta.

The music and the theater, great protagonists

Oltre all’arte, saranno protagonistis assoluti della Capitale della Cultura 2023 also the music and theatersleeps and lives in the places symbol of the city and in exclusive location.

Saturday 24 jugno andrà in scena il Brescia Music Festivalthe most important of Italy, with a concurrent carrellata di esibizioni e concerti from jazz to rock, from pop to classical music, from funky to etno passing through electronics, folk, banda music and soul.

E siamo solo all’inizio: per uno anno en musica, vi sarà il International Pianistic Festival of Brescia and Bergamo, the Grande Notte del Jazz di Brescia (on February 25 with an anteprima on February 24) and the Opera Festival della Fondazione Teatro Grande di Brescia che, il 9 e il 10 giugno, allieterà più di 50 luoghi della città with recital, concerti, spettacoli, improvvisazioni and incontro: the voice of other 250 artists saranno accolte also in chiese, scuole, esercizi commerciali, luoghi di cura, case private.

As far as the theater is concerned, the Centro Teatrale Bresciano has devised an itinerant spectacle of diffused theater “The invisible city” di ispirazione calviniana nei punti più affascinanti della città; i luoghi della Brescia Romana saranno invece il palcoscenico per la stagione del Roman theatre che, durante l’estate, si sposterà nel Viridarium, bellissimo giardino accanto alle domus d’Ortaglia.

Il trionfo della luce

During the evening hours, the demonstration will start “light is life” ad encourage Brescia (and Bergamo) transforming it into a fabulous open-air art gallery, from February 10 to 19: the inauguration will take place on February 10 in the scenic Piazza della Loggia where you will see an incredible installation 3D mapping che animera il Palazzo della Loggia for all the duration of the event.

I tesori della città verranno, così, valorizzati da installationazioni e opere di arte urbana devised by important artists of livello internazionale.

Presso il Castello, fulcrum of the manifestation, if there will be a dream tour with 14 installations for a trionfo di colori e luci: tra le opere da segnalare spiccano “Remembering a Brave New World“, site-specific installation in technicolor by Chila Kumari Burman, the choral project of the students of the Accademie d’Arte delle città – Santa Giulia e LABA sul theme of the Risorgimento”Stories of light”hello good bye”, the greeting to chi è in partenza e chi in arrivo di Marco Lodola, and “big ballerina” and “Run Beyond“, made by Angelo Bonello.

The internationally renowned artist Bonello will present also, at the Capitolium (il tempio romano di Via dei Musei), the opera di luce “Vittoria Transfigurata“, sculpture inspired by the famous Vittoria Alata and visited in contemporary chiave by a happy contrast with the classic architecture of Brixia Romana.

In fine, the light will shine even the sparkling blue tower of the termoutilizzatore di A2A: during the festival, the tower will be illuminated and there will be a skylaser shot from its top in the direction of the Castle.

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