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Back with the new year the meetings organized by the Fondazione Ragghianti of Lucca with a rich and varied program dedicated to the art world.

Friday, January 16

Annalisa Zanni, director of the Museo Poldi Pezzoli in Milan and Aldo Galli, spoke about the exhibition "The Ladies of Pollaiuolo. A Florentine workshop of the Renaissance going on in Milan until February 16, 2015. This is an exhibition organized by a museum specimen starting from a work of its collections and the result of a historical-scientific research that gave surprising results of one of the most important art workshops of the Renaissance.

Friday, February 6

Paolo Matthiae, Professor of Archaeology and History of the Ancient Near East at the University of Rome and Director of the Italian Archaeological Mission in Syria. Matthiae, is the 'only archaeologist in the world that in the second half of the twentieth century with Ebla has discovered a new city and an ancient civilization, will give a lecture entitled "The discovery of Ebla and the drama of the artistic heritage in Syria."

Friday, March 13
Giulia Fusconi historian co-author of the book "Peter Head and the enemy Fortuna. An artist philosopher (1612-1650) between Lucca and Rome "a monumental monograph, promoted and commissioned by the National Institute of Graphic Arts, illustrating and documenting the figure, the work and activities of Peter Testa, said Lucchesino, designer , engraver, painter and theorist of painting, among the most interesting personalities of graphic artists of the seventeenth century Italian.

Friday, April 10
attended by the curators of the Photo Library Foundation Federico Zeri of Bologna

Friday, April 24
Prof. Vittorio Emiliani "Cities of art between culture and tourism," the future of cities divided between recovery and conservation of the cultural roots and needs to do. .

Friday, May 8
to be defined

Friday, May 22
to be defined

Lucca Foundation Ragghianti, conference room via San Micheletto, 3 Lucca
January 16 / May 22, 2015 at 5.00pm
free admission

More information

Fondazione Carlo Ludovico Ragghianti
via san Micheletto, 1 Lucca
tel. 0583 467205  -