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De Chirico, Savinio e Les Italiens de Paris (1928-1933)

De Chirico, Savinio e Les Italiens de Paris (1928-1933)

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De Chirico, Savinio e Les Italiens de Paris (1928-1933)

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In Italian.

Paris, capital of a cultural cosmopolitanism and hotbed of anti-academic artistic languages, between the second twenties and the early thirties represented the theater of action of seven Italian artists residing in the Ville lumière: "Paris was alive", says Gualtieri di San Lazzaro, publisher and writer witness of that vitality of the French capital, comforted by the presence of Giorgio de Chirico, Alberto Savinio, Filippo de Pisis, Massimo Campigli, Gino Severini, Mario Tozzi, René Paresce, authors gathered in a group active between 1928 and 1933, renamed Italiens de Paris. The exhibition presents some masterpieces of the "Seven", who became protagonists of the art scene and the Parisian market of those crucial years. Their works combine the Mediterranean and classical expression with metaphysical, parasurreal, dreamlike perspectives, synthesizing the real with the imagination, the "craft" and technical competence with the storytelling inspiration. The metamorphic visions of the seven Italians of Paris define the new, surprising mythologies of the modern age with European style.

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