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The show

“Make sure this city doesn't change you.” These were the words that Pier Paolo Pasolini addressed to the young Mario Logli who, having just moved to Milan, found himself creating the cover of "Ragazzi di vita". The Garzanti publishing house had just hired him to illustrate a series of classics and, in a big city, this could be the danger for a boy looking for his future: losing himself and forgetting his roots. Not for Logli, however, who always knew how to hold on to his identity, painting hundreds of canvases depicting the landscapes of his soul where, as in a dream, it is possible to reunite with oneself.

With the fascinating mystery of his subjects, such as the Invaders and the even more famous Flying Islands, Logli has been able to protect the traditions, customs and centuries-old history of his land and, at the same time, interpret the more complex challenges of his contemporaneity, up to issues, such as ecology and the protection of cultural heritage, which he faced ahead of his time. Guardian on the one hand and visionary on the other, Logli has held together the past and the future with his poetry and his biting irony and his timeless painting will be represented in the exhibition by the most iconic and extraordinary works of his long career, romantic photography of territory and its memories and an opportunity to think about tomorrow.

Timetable and tickets


Piazza Mosca, 29
61121 Pesaro


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