July 8th, 2013 by Leo Plaw Other language versions  

Agostino Arrivabene – Panorama Museum

Agostino Arrivabene, "Bildnis Marco Mazzoni", 2010

Agostino Arrivabene, “Bildnis Marco Mazzoni”, 2010

A recent discovery for the German museum scene is the work of Italian artist Agostino ArrivabeneThe exhibition presents approximately 125 paintings, mixed media, drawings and graphics, which presented for the first time in Germany.

Arrivabene’s works shows a mysterious world of landscapes, still life, figurative scenes, holy pictures and portraits. Referring to the mysteries of the past, he creates fantastical, surreal spaces that are imbued with human passions, of sacred and profane wonders, but especially of suffering and pain. Tó páthei Mathos, by Aeschylus – “Learning Through Suffering”, has influenced the credo of the artist.

An exhibition catalog in German and Italian with reproductions of all the works as well as additional images and texts by Peter Weiermair, Agostino Arrivabene , Rosaria Fabrizio and Gerd Lindner.

Agostino Arrivabene – Tó páthei Mathos

Duration: 29.06.2013 to 20.10.2013
Opening times: Tuesday to Sunday

Panorama Museum
Am Schlachtberg 9
06567 Bad Frankenhausen

Tel; +49 (0) 34671 619 0


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