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The show

A fascinating and mysterious sailor is about to land in Naples: from 25 April to 9 September 2019, the great exhibition dedicated to the master of world comics Hugo Pratt (1927 - 1995) will take place at the MANN.
Entitled "Corto Maltese. An extraordinary journey", the exhibition is organized by COMICON in synergy with Patrizia Zanotti of CONG and is part of the OBVIA (Out Of Boundaries Viral Art Dissemination) project of the University of Naples Federico II for the MANN.
Sponsored by the Municipality of Naples and created in collaboration with Rizzoli Lizard , the exhibition collects about 100 pieces including tables , sketches , photographs and enlargements and presents itself as a suggestive and rich journey in the world of a solitary character, wanderer, leader and sailor at the time. himself, unpredictable and witty in his jokes.
The exhibition is part of the broader cooperation framework between MANN and COMICON , with the aim of establishing an interaction and dialogue between archeology and new artistic forms, capable of intercepting the passions and tastes of the youngest.

Timetable and tickets


Piazza Museo n.18/19
80135 Naples


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