works on paper
on show in Rimini
23 April 2016
The collection retraces the phases of Italian art history through a focus on drawing. The exhibition in Rimini takes place on the occasion of the second Biennale del Disegno
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Ramo Collection, initiated several years ago thanks to Giuseppe Rabolini’s interest in drawings and works on paper, retraces the phases of Italian art history from this perspective, where drawing is seen not only as a way of preparing for the making of paintings or sculptures, but above all as a primary form of expression in Italian art research.
CASADOROFUNGHER Comunicazione is in charge of the press office of the Ramo Collection, which is glad to present its first exhibition, on the occasion of the second Biennale del Disegno in Rimini: “The Martians”, curated by Irina Zucca Alessandrelli (Rimini, Castel Sismondo, from 23 April to 10 july 2016). The exhibition contains about sixty works from the Ramo Collection of Milan, open to the public for the first time.