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The show

Suspended in a space and a time that seem eternal, the artist Marco Divitini explores the world of Pestanian archeology and exhibits twenty-seven images made with the infrared technique in the exhibition “Paestum. Photographs by Marco Divitini ”, curated by Dora Celeste Amato, which will open on Friday 16 October 2020, at 10:30 am, at the National Archaeological Museum of Paestum.

The exhibition offers visitors the opportunity to explore the monuments of the archaeological area going beyond the visible and touching the point where the spectrum of colors has now ceased: the infrared gives light to the Temples of Paestum in all their emotions through the scenography unmatched by the surrounding nature. Most of the shots took place on the day of the summer solstice: some images celebrate the solemn magnificence of the large trees of the southern Sanctuary (pines, cypresses, holm oaks), others the colonnades of the Doric temples. To the images of Paestum, Divitini then added those of Porta Rosa in Velia.


Works on display

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Via Magna Graecia, 917
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