Raf­fael­lo e l’eco del mi­to

Ra­phael and the echo of the le­gend

The Key to Bergamo Tourist Magazine - - Eventi Events -

Raf­fael­lo è il pro­ta­go­ni­sta del nuo­vo pro­get­to di Fon­da­zio­ne Ac­ca­de­mia Car­ra­ra di Ber­ga­mo, in col­la­bo­ra­zio­ne con GAMEC - Galleria d’ar­te Mo­der­na e Con­tem­po­ra­nea. L’espo­si­zio­ne par­te dal di­pin­to del “San Se­ba­stia­no“con­ser­va­to in Car­ra­ra e ap­pro­fon­di­sce le ope­re e il mi­to cre­sciu­to at­tor­no al ge­nio di Ur­bi­no in par­ti­co­la­re nell’ot­to­cen­to e che ha sa­pu­to af­fa­sci­na­re, in for­me dif­fe­ren­ti, ar­ti­sti dal­le Avan­guar­die d’ini­zio No­ve­cen­to fi­no a og­gi. È in­ne­ga­bi­le in­fat­ti che, co­me di­ce­va Fë­dor Do­stoe­v­skij, “Dal­le sue ma­ni so­no usci­te co­se di­vi­ne”. La mo­stra - a cu­ra di Ma­ria Cri­sti­na Ro­de­schi­ni, Ema­nue­la Daf­fra e Gia­cin­to Di Pie­tran­to­nio - si può vi­si­ta­re dal 27 gen­na­io fi­no al 6 mag­gio 2018 e con­sen­te di am­mi­ra­re ol­tre 60 ope­re, tra cui i più si­gni­fi­ca­ti­vi di­pin­ti di Raf­fael­lo gio­va­ne, che espri­mo­no be­ne la sua for­ma­zio­ne, ac­com­pa­gnan­do il vi­si­ta­to­re fi­no agli an­ni del­la sua ma­tu­ri­tà. Di­pin­ti, scul­tu­re e te­sti­mo­nian­ze rac­con­ta­no inol­tre i mon­di e i mae­stri con cui ven­ne in con­tat­to l’ar­ti­sta, dal­la Ur­bi­no del pa­dre Gio­van­ni San­ti, a Pe­ru­gi­no e Pin­to­ric­chio, esal­tan­do­ne la sa­pien­te ca­pa­ci­tà in­no­va­ti­va. Que­sta la do­te che, in­sie­me al­la gran­de mae­stria tec­ni­ca e al­la mi­su­ra­ta na­tu­ra­lez­za, fa di Raf­fael­lo un pun­to di ri­fe­ri­men­to o, a vol­te, un mo­ti­vo di po­le­mi­ca, co­me di­mo­stra­no al­cu­ne ope­re in mo­stra di Pa­blo Pi­cas­so, Gior­gio de Chi­ri­co, Giu­lio Pao­li­ni o Fran­ce­sco Vez­zo­li. L’espo­si­zio­ne di Ber­ga­mo, la pri­ma nel sol­co del­le ce­le­bra­zio­ni del 2020 per il quinto centenario del­la mor­te, rac­co­glie pre­sti­ti straor­di­na­ri pro­ve­nien­ti dal­le più im­por­tan­ti isti­tu­zio­ni mu­sea­li ita­lia­ne e in­ter­na­zio­na­li, dal­le Gal­le­rie de­gli Uf­fi­zi di Fi­ren­ze all’her­mi­ta­ge di San Pie­tro­bur­go, dal­la Pi­na­co­te­ca di Bre­ra al­la Galleria Na­zio­na­le di Ro­ma, dal­le Gal­le­rie dell’ac­ca­de­mia di Ve­ne­zia al Me­tro­po­li­tan Mu­seum di New York, dal­la Na­tio­nal Gal­le­ry di Lon­dra al Bo­de Mu­seum di Ber­li­no e al Pu­sh­kin di Mosca. Il per­cor­so tra le ope­re ri­sul­ta dav­ve­ro af­fa­sci­nan­te an­che gra­zie a un al­le­sti­men­to che non so­lo va­lo­riz­za tut­ta la mo­stra ma ac­com­pa­gna il vi­si­ta­to­re in un mu­seo al­tret­tan­to pre­sti­gio­so.

Ra­phael (Raf­fael­lo San­zio da Ur­bi­no) is the pro­ta­go­ni­st of the new pro­ject of the Fon­da­zio­ne Ac­ca­de­mia Car­ra­ra (Car­ra­ra Aca­de­my Foun­da­tion) of Ber­ga­mo, in col­la­bo­ra­tion wi­th GAMEC - Gal­ley of Mo­dern and Con­tem­po­ra­ry Art. The ex­hi­bi­tion be­gins wi­th the pain­ting of “San Se­ba­stia­no“(St. Se­ba­stian), kept in the Car­ra­ra, and ana­ly­ses the works and le­gend that grew around the ge­nius from Ur­bi­no, par­ti­cu­lar­ly in the ni­ne­teen­th cen­tu­ry, and whi­ch has fa­sci­na­ted, in dif­fe­rent ways, the Avant­gar­de ar­tists of the ear­ly twen­tie­th cen­tu­ry up to the pre­sent day. It is un­de­nia­ble that, as Fyo­dor Do­stoe­v­sky said, “di­vi­ne things co­me from his hands”. The ex­hi­bi­tion - cu­ra­ted by Ma­ria Cri­sti­na Ro­de­schi­ni, Ema­nue­la Daf­fra and Gia­cin­to Di Pie­tran­to­nio - is being held from 27th Ja­nua­ry to 6th May 2018 and fea­tu­res over 60 works, in­clu­ding so­me of young Ra­phael’s mo­st im­por­tant pain­tings that be­st ex­press his pro­gress, ac­com­pa­ny­ing the vi­si­tor to the years of his ma­tu­ri­ty. Pain­tings, sculp­tu­res and do­cu­men­ts il­lu­stra­te the worlds and ma­sters that ca­me in­to con­tact wi­th the ar­ti­st, from his fa­ther Gio­van­ni San­ti to Pe­ru­gi­no and Pin­tu­ric­chio, and who en­han­ced his cle­ver in­no­va­ti­ve abi­li­ty. This ta­lent, to­ge­ther wi­th si­gni­fi­cant tech­ni­cal skill and re­strai­ned na­tu­ral­ness, ma­kes Ra­phael a point of re­fe­ren­ce for other ar­tists or, at ti­mes, a rea­son for con­tro­ver­sy, as so­me of the works by Pa­blo Pi­cas­so, Gior­gio de Chi­ri­co, Giu­lio Pao­li­ni and Fran­ce­sco Vez­zo­li de­mon­stra­te. The ex­hi­bi­tion in Ber­ga­mo, the fir­st in an ar­ray of ce­le­bra­tions in 2020 mar­king the fif­th cen­te­na­ry of his dea­th, brings to­ge­ther ex­traor­di­na­ry works on loan from so­me of the mo­st im­por­tant Ita­lian and in­ter­na­tio­nal mu­seum in­sti­tu­tions, in­clu­ding the Uf­fi­zi Gal­le­ries in Flo­ren­ce, the Her­mi­ta­ge in St. Pe­ter­sburg, the Pi­na­co­te­ca di Bre­ra (Bre­ra Art Gal­le­ry), the Na­tio­nal Gal­le­ry of Ro­me, the Gal­le­rie del­le Ac­ca­de­mia (Aca­de­my Gal­le­ries) of Ve­ni­ce, the Me­tro­po­li­tan Mu­seum of New York, Na­tio­nal Gal­le­ry of Lon­don, Bo­de Mu­seum of Ber­lin and the Pu­sh­kin of Mo­scow. The tour among the works is ex­tre­me­ly in­te­re­sting due to the or­ga­ni­sed ar­ran­ge­ment of the works that not on­ly ma­ke the mo­st of the en­ti­re ex­hi­bi­tion but ac­com­pa­ny the vi­si­tor th­rou­gh the equal­ly pre­sti­gious mu­seum. n

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