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VISITO ERGO SUM. The public and museums Conversations with Filippo Cavazzoni, Angelo Crespi, Mauro Felicori and Ludovico Solima.

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MARINO MARINI FOUNDATION OF PISTOIA

the Marino Marini foundation of Pistoia aims to ensure the preservation, protection and valorisation of Marino Marini’s works of art and his artistic heritage. It promotes and sponsors anthological exhibitions, art publications, and other initiatives; including forms of research and study, which aim to further develop and honor the memory of the artist. the foundation protects a vast inventory of the artist’s patrimony and ensures its conservation, along with its historical and philological characterization and cataloguing of Marino Marini’s archive materials. to that effect, the foundation provides for the preservation and adequate archival of works by Marino Marini of any nature, which it may receive by any method. the foundation operates according to its statute and within the limits provided by Italian law to properly carry out the aforementioned activities and objectives through the Center for documentation of the works of Marino Marini of Pistoia, the Museo Marino Marini of Milan, and the Museo Marino Marini of S. Pancrazio in Florence.

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