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June 24, 2016

Che il vero possa confutare il falso

From June 25 to October 15, on display in Siena, the contemporary works of art by Agiverona Collection, true institution of the world of collecting

From Saturday, June 25, until 15 October 2016, some of the most beautiful historic buildings of Siena open to the public to accommodate Che il vero possa confutare il falso (That the real will refute the false), an exhibition on the collection of contemporary art works of Agiverona Collection, in by Luigi Fassi and Alberto Salvadori.

Three involved spaces: Palazzo Pubblico, Santa Maria della Scala and Accademia dei Fisiocritici.

More than 40 artists in the exhibition with works that range from installation to sound design, from video art to performance.

The exhibition is part of the initiatives included in Itinera, a project conceived and directed by the Associazione Fuoricampo with the Association in collaboration with the Town of Siena.

The exhibition of the collection, one of the most enlightened in Italy, is a model of support to artistic production, calling attention to the contemporary collecting practices, new forms of patronage in the artistic and new formulas of collaboration that establish today between artist and collector. 


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