Curated by: Pierre-Alain Croset
The exhibition will investigate the creative process of one of the most original architects on the international contemporary scene, through the exhibition of works of architecture, painting and sculpture.
To Juan Navarro Baldeweg, the Brescia Musei Foundation has commissioned the construction of the new layout of the Capitolium that will welcome the Winged Victory, the extraordinary statue that will return to the city in November 2020 after a two-year restoration.
From September 18, 2020 to April 5, 2021, the Santa Giulia Museum hosts the retrospective dedicated to Juan Navarro Baldeweg (Santander, Spain, 1939), one of the most original architects on the international contemporary scene.
The initiative is part of the program of celebrations for the return to the city of Brescia of the Vittoria Alata, the Roman sculpture which, after a careful restoration that lasted two years at the Opificio delle Pietre Dure in Florence, will return to the city in November 2020 and will be placed in the eastern cell of the Capitolium, rearranged according to a design by the Spanish architect.