Picasso and Dominguin
From 06 June 2008 to 03 August 2008
Picasso & Dominguin in the recollections of Lucia Bos - Un Soave Incontro diVino is a unique event, taking place in the atmospheric medieval town of Soave until 10 July 2008, in the festival hall of the Palazzo del Capitano.
It then moves to Monteforte dAlpone from 11 July to 3 August in the Palazzo Vescovile.
The central theme of the exhibition is the bullfight, though in reality it is the areas wine, thus linking the great Picasso with the great wines: wine as metonym of the region, wine as symbol of the intimate friendship between Bos and the artist.
The exhibition consists of 26 aquatint etchings on the theme of the bullfight, a rare oil on paper, and the plans for the artists Plaza de Toros, the sole architectual work, signed by Picaso in collaboration with the architect Bonet and Luis Dominguin. In addition to these priceless works there are two original pieces, highly rare in their peculiarity: two terracotta amphorae, created by Picasso to be used by the artist at table with his friends as they enjoyed the fine wines.
The exhibits form a continuity with the narration and recollections of one who had the privilege of knowing Picasso personally, forimng a close friendship with him: the proprieter of the exhibits Luisa Bos.
Period: From 06 June 2008 to 03 August 2008
Event location: 6 June - 10 July 2008. Soave (VR) - Palazzo del Capitano..........................................11 July - 3 August. Monteforte dAlpone (VR) - Palazzo Vescovile...............................
Contacts: Cristina Rugolotto, Strada del Vino Soave, 045.7681407
Picasso & Dominguin in the recollections of Lucia Bos - Un Soave Incontro diVino
Maria Vittoria Adami 347.4580789
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