The voyages and exploratory journeys undertaken by the Duke of the Abruzzi. Recounted through images from 1897 to 1909.

This exhibition, by adding value to a small but precious nucleus of photographs belonging to the Museum, aims to narrate the legendary exploits of Luigi Amedeo of Savoy, Duke of the Abruzzi, between the end of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th centuries. In little more than ten years, between 1897 and 1909,… Continue… The voyages and exploratory journeys undertaken by the Duke of the Abruzzi. Recounted through images from 1897 to 1909.

The “Gazzetta del Popolo” 1848-1983. 135 years of history, journalism and culture

The exhibition, organized by the Museo Nazionale del Risorgimento Italiano, the Consiglio Regionale del Piemonte and the Polo del ‘900, reconstructs the long history of the “Gazzetta del Popolo”, from its origins in 1848 to the closure of the newspaper in 1983, with an exhibition in three locations. The exhibition is organized in collaboration with… Continue… The “Gazzetta del Popolo” 1848-1983. 135 years of history, journalism and culture

ArMA IL PROSSIMO TUO. Stories about people, conflicts and religions

This photographic exhibition documents the drama of wars fought in the name of religious faiths. The project, curated by the photojournalists Paolo Siccardi and Roberto Travan, is the result of a selection of one hundred and ten shots taken in the Balkans, the Caucasus, Europe, Asia, the Middle East and Africa, transformed into the story… Continue… ArMA IL PROSSIMO TUO. Stories about people, conflicts and religions

Cinzano: from Torino to the world. Journey to discover an Italian icon

The exhibit wants to celebrate the 260th anniversary of Cinzano, a brand which has managed to intertwine its development as a company with the evolution of the customs and traditions of our country. The exhibit takes the visitor into an emotional journey discovering the brand long history started in Torino and become a symbol of… Continue… Cinzano: from Torino to the world. Journey to discover an Italian icon

From the ‘60s to the ‘60s. A Century after Italian Unification, Pop Art

The exhibition, “From the ‘60s to the ‘60s. A Century after Italian Unification, Pop Art” started with the objective of comparing and contrasting two crucial moments in the history of our country while tracing out the borders and coordinates of their respective artistic testimonies. The energies which animated the Risorgimento are posted in a dialogue… Continue… From the ‘60s to the ‘60s. A Century after Italian Unification, Pop Art