MILAN – Until 3 November the Palazzo Ducale in Genoa becomes the stage of an anthological exhibition, entitled ” Labirinto Luzzati “, dedicated to the great Genoese Italian artist “Lele” Luzzati . READ ALSO: And if Shakespeare had been a woman The “joie de vivre”
Through a thematic and biographical itinerary , in the Underportico of the Palazzo Ducale in Genoa , a journey into the art of Emanuele called “Lele” is proposed, divided into sections that recount his art from the beginning,in the 40s, up to the last scenographic works made for the Carlo Felice Theater in Genoa. Tireless, intense and multifaceted , in his works he has never abandoned that sense of ” joie de vivre “, of innocence and fantasy that characterizes them and that this exhibition intends to convey to the public as a fundamental part to understand all his long artistic activity. His world is made up of fairy- tale characters , unreal, light, free in a timeless and imaginary space like that of fairy tales and children’s stories, populated by kings, queens, court jesters, princesses, jugglers and clowns, as if they came out of the tarot cards. of a sorceress. From theater to Oscar nomination
Lafirst section , a sort of prologue to the following ones, is intended to be a biography in images , where collage-walls show a rather unpublished photographic repertoire, documents, writings, notes and notes, together with the famous and rare historical compendium History of the theater where 530 illustrations , made by him, suggest how the Maestro in that period, during his training at the Ecole des Beaux Arts, was inspired by Picasso , Paul Klee and the first Russian theater. Also here we find the illustrated history of the city of Lausanne with 150 color plates and some drawings depicting glimpses of Genoa, Rome, Madrid and other European cities. The second sectionit is dedicated to the theater for which, since 1949, Luzzati has created more than 400 sets . READ ALSO: The 5 most beautiful love plays
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“THE HERMIT, THE STRENGTH, THE LOVERS, THE CARRIAGE, THE JUSTICE” The tarot cards illustrated by Emanuele Luzzati; if I were a fortune teller I would interpret them like this: “Dedicate time to yourself because and only thanks to this will you have the strength to do what you love (with those you love) and you will be able to pull your life in the right direction” ❤️ • • • • • #yogavibes #yogainspiration #yogamood #yogateacher #yogalife #yogalifestyle #positivequotes #luzzati #genova #igersgenova #lestradedigenova #genovamorethanthis #yogalovers #yogameditation #meditationtime #bepositive #loveanovacourcreative #lovegenyoga #medication #lovegainyogafacebooky vivogenova #loves_genova #tarocchi
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Starting from the 1950s, the Maestro participated with his sets in the inaugural shows of all Genoese theaters. The stage sketches, the figures, the wall and table models, the life-height silhouettes covered with costumes and masks , all exhibited here, help to recreate the unique atmosphere of his theater, allowing us to be carried away by the imagination. The third section is dedicated to Genoa and illustrates the Master’s interventions for the urban furniture of the city and for the furnishings of the large cruise ships Andrea Doria , Leonardo da Vinci , Michelangelo , Ausonia andMarco Polo , made in the 50s, 60s and 70s. The fourth section documents Luzzati’s experience in the field of ceramics and various artifacts are exhibited, including a series of knights, ladies, plates and an extraordinary three-handed vase made by Luzzati, Emilio Scanavino and Lucio Fontana . READ ALSO: The love story between Eleonora Duse and Gabriele D’Annunzio
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#QdAlmanacco Today # 3giugno Emanuele #Luzzati is born (Genoa, 3 June 1921 – Genoa, 26 January 2007)
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The fifth section presents theanimation cinema of the Maestro who with the director Giulio Gianini Luzzati starts the production of about thirty animated films and gets two Oscar nominations for the films La gazza ladra in 1965 and Pulcinella in 1973. The last section is dedicated to illustration . In fact, starting from the 1950s, Luzzati has illustrated about 200 books and in addition to many of them and the original tables he made, the illustrations on the Canti della Divina Commedia made in 2004 for the first page of the Corriere will also be exhibited . of the Eveningwhich accompanied the articles written by important cultural figures. READ ALSO: Luigi Pirandello, the most famous theatrical works
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“The little prince”
Lele Luzzati
35 x 50 cm
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