THE EXHIBITION “ITALY: THE BEAUTY OF KNOWLEDGE”

Success for the seventh stage in Buenos Aires

After the cities of Alexandria, New Delhi, Singapore, Jakarta, Hanoi and Canton, each time involving a vast audience of lovers of Italian art and culture, the seventh stage of the exhibition also ended with extraordinary success.”Italy, the Beauty of Knowledge”, set up at  Salone degli Scudi del Centro Culturale Kirchner of the Italian Embassy in Buenos Aires.
An installation promoted and financed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation and led by the National Research Council, along with four major museums of Italian science; Città della Scienza in Naples, the Muse of Trento, the Galileo Galilei museum in Florence and the Leonardo da Vinci Museum in Milan.

Renowned for its history and tradition, Italy is also an active innovation laboratory where fascinating challenges are faced and where a better future is imagined and planned. “Italy, the beauty of knowledge” is an opportunity to learn about the excellence of the “Italian Laboratory”. The exhibition conveys the interactions among the Italian research system, the artistic tradition and the Italian lifestyle. The main themes of the tour are: health, environment, space, food and nutrition and cultural heritage. Through the five sections, the historical and vital spirit of the Renaissance stands out as a driving force for current research and innovation, becoming a cultural model for the whole world.

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ITALY: THE BEAUTY OF KNOWLEDGE: it is an exhibition hosted all around the world spreading the Italian excellence in science and technology. The exhibition shows the emotion of Italian life style through scientific research and its protagonists, which explain the contribution our country has given to the great adventure of knowledge and technological development: from the Renaissance to the conquest of space, a long road of research and beauty, discoveries and innovations, starts from one of the most fascinating countries in the world leading to the future.

The project is promoted and financed by Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation and made with the direct contribution of the National Research Council and the three Italian scientific museums of international importance, coordinated by Città della Scienza of Naples:  Galileo Museum of Florence, Muse of Trento, National Museum of Science and Technology of Milan.

The exhibition is articulated in a parametric structure of about 400 square meters that allows an engaging use capable of communicating dynamism and lightness. An exhibition space that, through a narration based on emblematic examples of the close relationship between Italian research and the quality of life in Italy, proposes a composition of thematic modules on the most current trends that combine research and culture and narrate a dynamic Italy that look at tomorrow. Both from an expository and conceptual point of view, this is an ‘open’ structure based on generative modules, configuring an ‘organism’ that, born of an elementary form, is able to evolve dynamically.

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WORLD TOUR

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ROME
ITALY – Farnesina
16 – 20 April 2018

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ALEXANDRIA
EGYPT  – Bibliotheca Alexandrina
15 – 22 July 2018

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NEW DELHI
INDIA – Italian Cultural Institute
30 Oct. – 7 Nov. 2018

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SINGAPORE
National Museum of Singapore
5 – 23 Dec. 2018

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JAKARTA
National Museum of Indonesia
5-31 March 2019

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HANOI
Hanoi Museum, Vietnam
6 May – 17 June 2019

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GUANGZHOU
Guangdong Science Center
23 July – 31 August 2019

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BUENOS ARIES
ARGENTINA
November 27 - December 15, 2019

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