Pompeii: the Mitoraj’s exhibition

Thirty monumental sculptures by the Polish artist Igor Mitoraj are exposed in Pompeii Ruins. The preparation has just been completed and the exhibition will remain on show until January 2017. The majestic bronze sculptures have been placed in different areas of the ruins like the Temple of Venus, the Basilica, the Forum, Street of Abundance, the Stabian Baths and the portico of the Theatres. The exhibition is a posthumous tribute to Mitoraj under the artistic direction of Luca Pizzi.


Published by Askos Tours

'Specialising in archaeology and art tours, Askos Tours aims to bring Italy’s cultural riches to life in an insightful and entertaining way. As well as trips around Naples — the bustling, atmospheric Campanian capital — Askos Tours can also arrange a variety of travel experiences for visitors looking to make unforgettable Italian memories, with particular expertise in Pompeii, Herculaneum, Amalfi, Sorrento, Capri, Positano, Rome and the Vatican. Askos Tours strives to offer the very best in private and small group tours in order to help travellers gain a deeper understanding of the world of archaeology, art and local traditions.'

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