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A collection of Italian modern art

Mario Sironi, Il bevitore, 1923-1924, Oil on canvas, 80 x 90 cm | Courtesy of Ca 'Pesaro - International Gallery of Modern Art, Venice

The International Gallery of Modern Art opens the doors to a rare nucleus of thirty-two works signed by some of the most important Italian artists of the '900, namely Massimo Campigli, Carlo Carrà, Giacomo Manzù, Ottone Rosai, Scipione and Mario Sironi. The works, coming from important Italian art collections, will remain in Ca 'Pesaro on long-term loan, to inaugurate the new exhibition path through the Italian art between the two Wars are five works by Massimo Campigli, including the famous Le Amazzoni, 1928, The Daughter of the Jailer (La Jailery), 1929 and Jeweled Woman, 1942. Following the works of Carrà, Rosai and Sironi and of the other Masters, in a wide overview that testifies the different sensibilities of the time and closes with a small but precious selection of sculptures and drawings by Giacomo Manzù.

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