Renato Brozzi and Italian animal sculpture between the 19th and 20th centuries POSTPONED

Place:Museo Renato Brozzi


Opening Saturday November 7 from 4.00pm to 6.00pm.

Open from November 7 2020 until May 30 2021.

Open Saturday from 10.00am to 12.30pm and from 3.30pm to 6.00pm; Sunday from 3.30pm to 6.00pm. From Tuesday to Friday from 9.00am to 12.00noon and from 4.00pm to 6.00pm by contacting the Municipal Library. Monday closed. Information and reservations tel. +39 0521842436.


Full ticket € 5,00; reduced € 3,00 for groups of at least 10 people and up to a maximum of 25 and for FAI members; € 2,00 for students over 18 years.


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A unique exhibition that offers for the first time, at national level, a global overview of animal sculpture in Italy, with over 100 works and more than 50 artists represented.

Curated by an Italian sculpture specialist of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries such as Alfonso Panzetta, and by Anna Mavilla, the curator of the museum, and will constitute the first specific investigation on zoomorphic sculpture in Italy, of which Renato Brozzi is considered one of the most important figure.

They will be represented by the most memorable Italian “animal rights” – Rembrandt Bugatti, Duilio Cambellotti, Guido Cacciapuoti, Antonio Ligabue, Guido Righetti, Sirio Tofanari, Felice Tosalli – to other important personalities, up to less renowned sculptors whose production is still to rebuild. The exhibition will be a truly exceptional opportunity to admire works from the animal world that are difficult to see in any other way because they come from private collections.