Winter Schedule: 9.30-18.00 | Last entry at 16.30

Winter Schedule: 9.30-18.00 | Last entry at 16.30

Past Exhibitions

  • 15 October 2023
  • 7 January 2024

To mark the 100th anniversary of the birth of Italo Calvino, the Labirinto della Masone presents an exhibition celebrating the personal and professional relationship between the great writer and publisher Franco Maria Ricci.

  • 7 May 2023
  • 15 October 2023

The temporary exhibition on the Italian painter Ugo Celada da Virgilio (1895-1995) has been extended until October 15th.
An ambitious exhibition, that intends to situate the artist within the cultural context of his time, placing him in unprecedented dialogue with both his contemporaries and old masters. A shy and reticent figure, Celada was an exceptional witness of the artistic events of the twentieth century, committed to finding his own way in art: his work has a dual soul, it is an ancient and modern enigma at the same time, the expression of a cultured and refined language capable of narrating a timeless beauty.

  • 14 October 2022
  • 16 April 2023

Italian fashion maestro Roberto Capucci is the subject of the major fall exhibition at Labirinto della Masone. Thirty years ago, in 1993, Franco Maria Ricci published a book of Capucci’s work as part of the Luxe, calme et volupté series: to honour that anniversary, the Fondazione Roberto Capucci, together with the Fondazione Franco Maria Ricci, have curated a new exhibition in collaboration with Sylvia Ferino. Roberto Capucci is an unequalled genius of Italian fashion and style, admired throughout the world, and his creations have been exhibited in major museums. The exhibition in Fontanellato aims to celebrate multiple aspects of his career, placing his dresses in dialogue with artworks from the collection to create unexpected and original associations and new artistic connections to startling effect.
Contemporary historians of fashion have agreed that the term “designer” fails to capture Capucci’s work: it is impossible to place him within a single category as his is a fully developed artistic practice. His dresses are architectonic structures in which colour, the undisputed star of the show, sculpts material, resulting in creations with unequalled expressive power.

  • 9 April 2022
  • 18 September 2022

FROM ABOVE. Futurist Aeropainting 9 April – 18 September 2022 Curated by Massimo Duranti in collaboration with Andrea Baffoni. Landscapes, airplanes, views from above, sometimes...

  • 23 October 2021
  • 30 January 2022

The celebration of the Italian Capital of Culture in Parma brings the Labyrinth to a new location. The figure of Franco Maria Ricci, the great publisher and intellectual who passed away in 2020, is the focus of the exhibition THE SIGNS OF MAN presented within the rooms of Palazzo Pigorini.

  • 22 May 2021
  • 20 March 2022

Labirinto della Masone’s Spring exhibition, LABIRINTI. Storia di un segno, is also part of the program of activities for the 2020+21 Italian Capital of Culture in Parma.

  • 20 September 2020
  • 21 March 2021

Enrico Robusti, a contemporary painter from Parma (b. 1957), is the subject of an exhibition of paintings at Labirinto della Masone.
The exhibition, which was strongly supported by Franco Maria Ricci, includes four new works created specifically for this occasion.

  • 26 October 2019
  • 15 March 2020

Labirinto della Masone’s Autumn exhibition is dedicated to the iconic Dutch art magazine Wendingen. Innovative in its time, its publication coincided with a period of great transition for art and graphic design in Europe that saw the tradition of Jugendstil challenged by the emergence of both the Bauhaus in Weimar and De Stijl.

  • 6 April 2019
  • 28 July 2019

This exhibition presenting the work of sixteenth-century artists Jacopo Zanguidi, alias Bertoja (1544-1573), and Girolamo Mirola (1530/35-1570), both from Reggio Emilia, represents an important art historical discovery.

  • 11 November 2018
  • 24 March 2019

Delacroix, Warhol, Manet, Matisse, Picasso, Klimt, Kandinsky, Depero, De Chirico, Campigli, Mattioli and Fontana: the subject of this exhibition is not paintings, but a collection of hundreds of splendidly conceived pages, colorfully drawn by some of the most famous artists of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries and collected in a series of artist books.