On 6th September 2012 at 5 p.m., the 65th Roberto Viviani's personal painting exhibition ("Il giardino dell'arte" - "The garden of art") will be make its opening in the"Carlo V" Hall of the Maschio Angioino Castle (House of Anjou).
Celebrating sixty years of artistic activity, the painter will exhibit a collection of 30 paintings paying homage to the world's sculptural heritage that very often is forgotten.
Many statues inspired to classic and oriental myths and to ancient places and time will, in fact, feature in his "Giardino dell'Arte".
Sculptural elements are immersed in a flourishing and uncontaminated landscape, interpreted from a surrealist viewpoint; Nature, which is a constant element ofViviani's artistic production, in these works on one hand has the aim toenhance and give life to sculptures and on the other hand to evoke, thanks to its purity, atmospheres reminding the original sense of these monuments, which are results of an ancient yearning that can be both ancient and current.
The exhibition will be included in the "Giornate Europee del Patrimonio" event, programmed for 29th and 30th September and will be organized by MIBAC.