A Journey into the Italian Art – From the Middle Ages to the Late Baroque
Set up by Fondazione CariPerugia Arte and opened on May 31 2018 at Logge dei Tiratori della Lana in Gubbio, the exhibition “A Journey into the Italian Art” offers a fascinating journey through the history of Italian art from the Middle Ages to Late Baroque. One of the most valuable works in the exhibition, realized thanks to the willingness of Giorgio Baratti, is a panel with La Madonna del Latte attributed to a master from Abruzzo of the mid 13th century. Visitors will then come across a series of sculptures (in marble, terracotta, wood and bronze) by artists active in the 15th and 16th centuries, including Antonio Elia, Gregorio di Lorenzo, Niccolò de’ Conti, Agostino de’ Fondulis and Raffaello da Montelupo. There is also a large collection of paintings from the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries.
In the video published on YouTube Fondazione Cariperugia Arte channel, the presentation of the exhibition (Italian only).
The Fable of Leto by Orazio De Ferrari – The Return of a Masterpiece
From March, 23, 2016, Palazzo Bianco in Genoa hosts the exhibition The Fable of Leto by Orazio De Ferrari – The Return of a Masterpiece. The painting The Fable of Leto by Orazio De Ferrari (Voltri 1606 – Genoa 1657) is now exhibited in the rooms of Musei di Strada Nuova, and this was made possible by the generosity of current owner Giorgio Baratti. The exhibition gives the appearance of at least a temporary return home of this masterpiece and it also represents a valuable proof of the great cultural history of the city of Genoa.
In the video published on YouTube GenoaMunicipality channel, the presentation of the exhibition at Palazzo Bianco. Interventions by the the city councillor with responsibility for cultural matters Carla Sibilla, by the art historian Anna Orlando and by Giorgio Baratti (Italian only).
Imago Aphroditae. Female Beauty From XV to XX Century
On display at the Mario Rimoldi Museum of Modern Art in Cortina d’Ampezzo, the exhibition Imago Aphroditae. Female Beauty From XV to XX Century explores the iconographic theme of ideal female beauty and its distinguishing traits as they change and evolve from the 15th through the 20th centuries. Open from December 27th, 2015 to March 27th, 2016 at Ciasa de ra Regoles, the exhibition offers the possibility of admiring more than forty artworks from Italian public and private collections, as well as artworks belonging to the Rimoldi Museum.
Amongst the artworks are thirty paintings from Giorgio Baratti Antiques, including Portrait of a Young Girl by Jacopo Amigoni and Danae with Sleeping Beauty by Giovanni Giacomo Sementi and Pier Francesco Cittadini.
Point Art Monaco 2015 – Fine Art Fair
From July 22 to 26, Giorgio Baratti Antiques took part in the fifth edition of Point Art Monaco – Fine Art Fair at the Grimaldi Forum. This year, changed its name in Point Art Monaco & Jewels of the World, the show hosted sixteen internationally renowned galleries.
Among the works of ancient art exhibited by Giorgio Baratti Antiques, the Fluvial Landscape by Francesco Zuccarelli, a Finely Carved Gilded Wood Console designed by Giovan Battista Foggini (provenance: Palazzo Pitti, Florence) and the Bouquet of Flowers by Mario Nuzzi called Mario dei Fiori.
In the video about the event, published on YouTube MonacoInfo channel, the stand of Giorgio Baratti Antiques is easily visible from 20″ to 27″ (French only).
Mario Arlati – Strength of colour – Banca Generali
From June 12 to September 12 2014, Banca Generali’s Milan office in Piazza S. Alessandro No. 4 hosted “Strength of colour”, a voyage through the chromatic universe of Mario Arlati in an artistic dialogue with the great masters of the past. Curated by Elisabetta Longari, the exhibition comprised 27 works made by the Milanese artist between the mid-1970s and today, alongside historical paintings by Alessandro Magnasco, Giambattista Crosato and others.
Created and developed by Banca Generali in collaboration with Mario Arlati, Contini Art Gallery and Giorgio Baratti Antiques, the exhibition hosted 27 ancient paintings from Baratti’s Galleries.
Video about the exhibition published on YouTube ContiniArtUk Channel.