"Camerino outside the walls: art perspectives from the fifteenth to the eighteenth century", the exhibition to be held at Palazzo Castelli from 25 June to 19 September 2021 presented today at a press conference.
The first exhibition of the "crater" was set up in Camerino and opens up new perspectives of art on Central Italy. It will be inaugurated, in fact, next 25 June, until 19 September, at Palazzo Castelli, in the ducal city, "Camerino fuori le mura: art perspectives from the fifteenth to the eighteenth century", promoted and supported by the Marche Region and the Municipality of Camerino . An exhibition that aims to enhance the works of art recovered in the Camerte area and saved from the earthquake, coming from uninhabitable churches and museums. Some of them are back on display for the public for the first time since that sad date, others after the restoration, for others it is a question of reliving them through new technologies. The goal is therefore to regain possession of an extraordinary heritage that has never been forgotten, an exhibition that will become an ambassador of the cultural heritage of Camerino and its territory.
It was presented this morning at Palazzo Raffaello in Ancona in the presence of the regional councilor for culture Giorgia Latini, the mayor of Camerino Sandro Sborgia, the councilor for culture of Camerino Giovanna Sartori, the Rector Unicam Claudio Pettinari and the Archbishop of the Archdiocese of Camerino-San Severino, Mons. Francesco Massara.
The exhibition will come to life in one of the historic buildings of the city, thanks to the precious collaboration of the University of Camerino whose Rector, Claudio Pettinari, is also a member of the Scientific Committee. It is an exhibition-event of which the visitor, like a new Indiana Jones, protagonist of the promotional video projected at the opening of the press conference, is an important part, being able to walk among the Tiepolo altarpiece, to discover every detail. - thanks to the use of Haltadefinizione (a new way of seeing art in gigapixels) - of the work which is the only testimony of the Venetian painter in central Italy. Also on display is the portrait of Dosso Dossi by Giulia Da Varano the last duchess of Camerino, the Annunciation, the most surprising poster of the fifteenth century in the Marche region, by Giovanni Angelo d'Antonio, interpreter, for many a precursor, of the cultured and refined painting of Piero della Francesca, to get to Bernini's bronze bust. The overall cost of the project is 90 thousand euros, of which 80 thousand allocated by the Marche Region and 10 thousand as a financial sharing by the Municipality of Camerino.