Fondazione Cesare Pavese regularly hosts exhibitions and installations of national and international artists in the Church of the Saints James and Christopher. Admission to all events is free.
5 December 2019 – 24 January 2020: Nina Haab, Il molteplice ridiventa uno
Swiss artist Nina Haab explores the theme of memory and the meaning of remembrance; changing and fading identities; historical changes; the fine line between truth and memory, imagination and dream. For Haab defining the truth is not that important: what fascinates her is to understand the internal mechanisms that guide our interpretation of what we perceive as true.
15 November 2019 – 1 December 2020: Massimo Bertolini, Radici condivise
Through his sculptures, also inspired by literary imagery, Tuscan artist Massimo Bertolini investigates the expressive potential of various beloved materials: bronze, marble, iron, weathering steel, wood and polychrome terracotta.
31 August 2019 – 22 September 2019: Massimo Ricci: Segno e racconto
Sign and storytelling are the two sides of an ideal hill where Piedmontese artist Massimo Ricci’s painting has been walking for a while. The sign represents the language. The storytelling represents his vital need to look for the essence of things.