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Luxardo Collection

The Great War: an illustrated journey through time, from the Luxardo Collection to modern-day comics

Castello di Udine, March 31, 2017 - January 7, 2018

Exhibition sponsored by Udine City Council- Civic Museums department- with the support of Presidenza del Consiglio dei Ministri (The Presidency of the Council of Ministers) - Struttura di missione per gli Anniversari di interesse nazionale (Special Unit for Anniversaries of National Interest), the Regional Administration of Friuli Venezia Giulia, and with the cooperation of Fondazione Friuli.

Curated by Giovanna Durì, Luca Giuliani and Anna Villari,
with the collaboration of Sara Codutti and Fernando Orlandi

Throughout the blood soaked, muddy war of 1914 -1918, a parallel war was being waged, a war of words and powerful images. This exhibition documents that war, drawing on the unique heritage of the Luxardo Collection, which owes its name to the doctor from San Daniele del Friuli who, in the immediate aftermath of the war, gathered over 5600 files of magazines and monographs from the period.

Read more: L'OFFENSIVA DI CARTA (The Paper Offensive)

Copertina FB con date

12th May 2019 - 31th May 2020

The itinerary documents the forms, decorations and functions of the terracotta materials during the Roman Age. They are most relevant indicators of the lifestyle, and the commercial and cultural relations of the Roman popolations in Friuli.

A laboratory exhibition, with multisensory workstations and tables to experiment end manipulate materials, all designed according to the indications provided by the Italian legislation in terms of accessibility and by the guidelines of the European museum accessibility project COME-IN!


Venues for hire

Rich in history, versatile, and fully functional, the CIVICI MUSEI in UDINE are the ideal place to hold special events such as conferences, meetings, and previews.