14 agosto, 2015 - Italy
“L’ENIGMA ESCHER- PARADOSSI GRAFICI TRA ARTE E GEOMETRIA” is the title of a major retrospective exhibition of the work of Maurits Cornelis Escher, on display in Reggio Emilia until 23 March 2014.
The exhibition presents the work of the Dutch graphic artist from his debut on the scene to his latest years, bringing together 130 works, including lithographs, etchings and drawings, on loan from museums, libraries and national institutes – among which the Galleria d’Arte Moderna of Rome and the Fondazione Wolfsoniana of Genoa – as well as from some important, private collections.
A special section is dedicated to tilings, with a panel illustrating the 17 crystallographic planar groups and some original examples of Escher’s plane-filling drawings.
The exhibition is included in the events for IYCr2014 celebrations in Italy.
Read the press release mentioning the connection of the exhibition with IYCr2014 (in Italian)