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Italian art exhibitions: Giacomo Manzù scupltures at the MAT in Clusone, Bergamo

Until February 8th, 2009, you can visit the art exhibition at the MAT (Museo Arte Tempo) in Clusone, Bergamo, dedicated to Italian sculptor Giacomo Manzù.
Manzù had his origins in the Bergamo region, and refuged at Clusone for a brief period during the Second World War.

The works on display at the MAT regard the female world, and the various languid and suffering poses of the female body.

The exhibition on modern Italian sculpture is open from Monday to Friday from 3:30 to 6:30pm, and on weekends from 10am to 12pm and 3:30pm to 6:30 pm.

Entrance is free.
In the photo is a work entitled Double Face, with the Orta Lake in Piedmont as the background.
For more information, go to the artist Manzù’s official site, or the MAT museum site.

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