"Giocare a regola d'arte" in the rooms of Palazzo Biandrate
"Giocare a regola d'arte" (Playing to the rules of art) will be inaugurated today, Wednesday 27th October, at the Mondovi Ceramics Museum. The exhibition focuses on the theme of play and its kaleidoscopic facets, which transform it into an educational and social tool, but also into a work of art and a witness to life and memory.
From 29 October 2021 to 20 February 2022 the toys, works of art, books, comics and photographs on display, as well as clay and the "legendary" Quercetti pegs, will dialogue with the spaces of the Museo della Ceramica, involving visitors in a fun and interactive journey to discover games and how to have fun.
The Reale Mutua Historical Museum will collaborate with an important detached section that, through the works of Margherita Grasselli, Pietro D'Angelo and Antonio Marciano, will offer guests in-depth studies related to the school environment and the workplace that tell of the close connection between the world of childhood and the concepts of protection and prevention, through free and inclusive visits as usual.
The exhibition project of the exhibition, curated by Ermanno Tedeschi in collaboration with Christiana Fissore, director of the Mondovì Museum, and Pompeo Vagliani, director of the Museo della Scuola e del Libro per l'Infanzia (Museum of School and Children's Books) in Turin, is part of a wider programme, which started in Palermo in 2019 with the exhibition "Bimbumbam" and will continue at the Archaeological Museum in Naples, the Negev Museum in Be'er Sheva in Israel and the Art Museum - Man in Shanghai.