Sorrento and the Sorrentine Peninsula have always been among the favorite destinations for Italian and international artists, thanks to the beauty of its landscapes, the hospitality of its residents, and its rich cultural and gastronomic offerings.
A broad collection of works by significant painters from both the national and American art scenes of the 20th century is currently on display in the exhibition “The Figure and the Landscape.”
As part of the exhibition, titled “The Figure and the Landscape: Perceptions linking Naples to the Novels of Novecento,” on Friday, January 19th, at 5:30 PM at Villa Fiorentino, there will be a meeting featuring:
Moderator: Antonino Giammarino (Artistic Director, Sorrento Foundation)
Introduction: Aniello Aponte (Board of Directors, Sorrento Foundation)
Conclusions: Massimo Coppola (Mayor of Sorrento)
Following the meeting, there will be a visit to the exhibition and a presentation of the catalogs, which for the first time feature works related to Paris and its outskirts.