Kokocinski: La Vita e la Maschera: da Pulcinella al Clown

17 Sept-1 Nov. The Fondazione Roma Museo-Palazzo Cipolla presents an exhibition of some 70 works by Italian artist Alessandro Kokocinski, including 40 new pieces created specially for this show.

The exhibition is divided into six sections, all of which are dedicated to themes and metaphors inspired by the concepts of masks, from puppets to clowns.

The works on display include paintings, sculptures, reliefs, installations, drawings, films, poetry and art books. 

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Address Palazzo Cipolla, Fondazione Roma Museo, Via del Corso 320, tel. 066786209.

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Kokocinski: La Vita e la Maschera: da Pulcinella al Clown

Palazzo Cipolla, Fondazione Roma Museo, Via del Corso 320, tel. 066786209.

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