Curated by Alessandra Tiddia, Mart
In collaboration with Mart Museo di arte moderna e contemporanea di Trento e Rovereto
The Galleria Civica G. Segantini of Arco, which will reopen with an exhibition itinerary hosted in the 17th-century Palazzo Panni, now restored to the splendour of its original architecture, intends to serve as a research centre within a virtual network made up of the main institutions housing the works of Segantini and those scholars who have studied the artist.
The new display opens with the “Segantini.map”, an interactive workstation which allows visitors to access all the public collections around the world in possession of works by Segantini, to search through the sites of these museums and enjoy full-screen renderings of the masterpieces of the artist held in these collections.
The “Segantini.doc” are workstations using multi-touch technology to offer tools and materials that help to reconstruct Segantini’s artistic career, framing it within the contemporary cultural context of the artist.
These workstations are surrounded by paintings, sculptures and paper-based works concerning Segantini and other artists from Trentino in the same era, with works from the collections of the Mart, the MAG and the Autonomous Province of Trento, brought together in order to honour the great artist born in Arco, but above all, in the commitment to support a project that brings together all the research potential concerning sources and documents from various archives, all revolving around a key word: Segantini.
Galleria Civica G. Segantini
The Galleria Civica G. Segantini, the Arco venue of the MAG Museo Alto Garda, is to be found in Palazzo dei Panni, built by Giovambattista d’Arco towards the end of the 17th century.
Bearing the name of the divisionist painter Giovanni Segantini (Arco, 1858 – Schafberg, 1899), the Gallery features a permanent space dedicated to the works of the artist, with the project Segantini and Arco, in collaboration with Mart Museo di arte moderna e contemporanea di Trento e Rovereto.
From 5th April 2019 | 10 AM - 6 PM (closed on Mondays)
Closed: 24th/25th/26th/31st December 2019 and 1st January 2020
Full ticket € 3,00
Single ticket for two venues (The Museum in Riva del Garda and the Galleria Civica G. Segantini in Arco) € 6,00
Concessionary Ticket € 1,50