At AMO, the Arena Opera Museum in Palazzo Forti, there is a big exhibition dedicated to 100 years of performances in the Arena and also to the bicentenaries of the births of Giuseppe Verdi and Richard Wagner. From the permanent collection “From an idea to its realization”, to the exhibition inaugurated on 23rd April and open until 3rd November entitled : “AMOPAVAROTTI La mostra” (“AMOPAVAROTTI The Exhibition”), “AMO L’ARENA. 100 anni di Festival attraverso 200 anni di Verdi” (“AMO L’ARENA. 100 years of the Festival spanning 200 years of Verdi”) and “Arena di Verona. Un secolo di immagini e suggestioni” (“The Arena di Verona. A Century of images and grandeur”).
At the Arena Festival Hall at the Palazzo della Gran Guardia from 3rd July to 8th September there is an interactive exhibition-show dedicated to the two great composers, comparing one to the other: “Werdi Vagner”. The event has been designed by Pietro Maranghi, Director of Classica Italia, in partnership with Skira Classica and Unitel.
At La Feltrinelli store in Verona it will be possible to see “AIDA 2013 in 24 clicks” from 4th July to 8th September. A private viewing on 4th July at 12.30 p.m. of a photographic exhibition of the new production of Aida, with the innovative set designed by La Fura dels Baus. You will also see curious moments unofficially documented, from backstage to the début of Aida of the “new century”, in collaboration with Ennevi photographic studio.
The Castelvecchio Museum, in collaboration with the Management of Art Galleries and Monuments for the City of Verona, will hold an exhibition of the works of the scenographer-sculptor, Igor Mitoraj called “IGOR MITORAJ Sculptures” from 13th July to 8th September.