Collezione Ramo
Drawing in italian art of the 20th century

Collezione Ramo, based in Milan, traces the history of Italian art from the beginning of the last century to the present day starting with the drawing. The collection was created to document the originality and importance of modern and contemporary Italian art through works on paper: not only drawings then, but also watercolours, collages, pastels, and even three-dimensional works.
In order to promote the culture of drawing, still little considered by many, Collezione Ramo has presented some of its masterpieces in museums in Italy and abroad and has published Italian Drawing of the 20th Century, by Irina Zucca Alessandrelli who, as curator of Collezione Ramo, created the event Milano Drawing Week and collaborates with contemporary artists in the production of artworks based on drawing, the first of which has been Marginal Carillon.

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CHI HA PAURA DEL DISEGNO?
DISEGNO ITALIANO DEL XX SECOLO
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MARGINAL CARILLON
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