With the title Italian Landscapes, Antonello Negri, professor of Contemporary Art History at the State University and curator of the entire cycle of exhibitions under the title L’arte in una stanza, has brought together many different artists who contributed to the history of Italian art during the first 25 years of the 1900s. The protagonist of the exhibition is the work Twilight by Umberto Boccioni (1909), depicting Milan as a city pulsating with industrial and productive activity, in the moment of dusk and the return home from work. Collezione Ramo has contributed to the event with the study for Twilight made by Umberto Boccioni in 1909.
Curated by Antonello Negri
From October 24 to December 6, 2014 - Fondazione Pasquinelli, Milano