Zoran Music.Extremes figures. From december 3, 2009 to march 7, 2010
Until March 7, 2010 at the Istituto Veneto di Scienze, Lettere e Arti, will take place the exhibition dedicated to the Slovenian painter Zoran Music (Boccavizza, February 12, 1909-Venice 25 May 2005). The painter, a member of the School of Paris, followed by studies at the Art Academy of Zagreb, and began his career as an artist traveling the world looking for new vibrations and inspirations. During World War II, he lived the drama of the deportation camp in Dachau, and immortal in his painting the nightmare of imprisonment, which he leaves in his soul a deep commotion.Then he lived many years in Venice and Paris, where he rediscovered his passion for landscapes, both Italians, that of his homeland and established himself with his works and received prestigious awards. Your works were highly valued internationally and today are exhibited in major museums. The exhibition celebrates this great artist who knew how to assert with great emphasis on contemporary art scene, so the Veneto Institute of Sciences, Letters and Arts, offers 80 works including paintings and oils, some still unpublished, which tell of the journey painter's interpretation of the human figure and landscapes. The exhibition is intended as a tribute by the city of Venice, an artist who for so long, has experienced the atmosphere of Venice and immortalized in several occasions its most important personalities.
Istituto Veneto di Scienze, Lettere ed Arti - Campo S. Stefano, 2945
Hours: daily from 10.00 to 18.00 (ticket office closes half an hour before) ended December 25, December 31 10-14.00; 1 / 01 14-18.00