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closed Hugo Pratt's Ulysses

The show

An exhibition that arises from a union, that of the legend of the ancient Greek hero Ulysses and the tables that Hugo Pratt created in 1963 for the Corriere dei Piccoli, a few years before the birth of its most famous sailor: Corto Maltese. And it is also a meeting between two important entities of the Municipality of Cremona: the Archaeological Museum which hosts the exhibition, displaying the panels side by side of its finds, and the Andrea Pazienza Comics Center which organizes the exhibition as part of its 35 th anniversary.

Hugo Pratt's magical drawings describe the colours, expressions, fears, silences of one of the most loved and most discussed ancient heroes, the hero of the journey, protagonist of a life journey that has always been a symbol of freedom and adventure but also of power and deception.


The exhibition will feature 25 original plates, black and white on the front and color on the back, located among the Museum's works, as well as more than 100 pages of the book.

You can also admire original issues of the Corriere dei Piccoli and other publications by Pratt.

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Via San Lorenzo, 4
26100 Cremona

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