from 04/07/2021 to 29/08/2021
The evolution of the Maremma landscape, from its "bitter" origins with swamps, malaria and large estates, to its transformation into a "sweet" place, reclaimed, welcoming and cultivated by sharecroppers. It is the exhibition "The image of the Maremma in the works of Polo Le Clarisse" which was inaugurated on Thursday 1 July in Grosseto in the museum of the Grosseto Cultura Foundation in via Vinzaglio 27.
The exhibition, curated by Mauro Papa, will remain open to the public until 29 August (from Wednesday to Saturday from 15-20 and Sunday from 15 to 19, with free admission) and is a section of "Maremma, Paesaggi 1870- 2020 ”, curated by Marco Firmati, Andrea Granchi and Francesca Petrucci, exhibition set up at the“ Pietro Aldi ”cultural center until 9 January, organized by the Aldi center with the support of Banca Tema and Tema Vita.
"The image of the Maremma in the works of Polo Le Clarisse" displays paintings by Paride Pascucci, Memo Vagaggini and Renzo Capezzuoli, with photographs by Piero Azzolino, Vincenzo Choquet and Adolfo Denci. Great artists who are placed between the last of the Macchiaioli and the early twentieth century and above all, Pascucci and Vagaggini, two painters born in Maremma, the first in Manciano and the second in Santa Fiora. A small but beautiful exhibition that is worth a visit also to understand the roots of the Maremma. Info: https://www.clarissegrosseto.it