- 11 March 2018
- 24 June 2018
In 2018, Labirinto della Masone’s Spring exhibition takes its title from Pangaea, the super-continent that broke up 180 million years ago, creating two continents, Laurasia and Gondwana, the direct predecessors of Africa, Asia, Europe, Oceania, and Antarctica.
- 5 August 2017
- 24 September 2017
Ettore Guatelli’s extraordinary creation, a museum of the everyday that describes, through a collection of objects, the life of twentieth-century peasants and craftsmen, is captured in a series of fifteen photographs by Mauro Davoli.
- 27 May 2017
- 24 September 2017
A seminal artist, Mattioli was introspective but fascinating in his restraint. While his paintings could verge on synaesthesia, managing to capture smells, materiality, and atmosphere, he could also express the profound literary ideas of the writers and poets he frequented, including Luzi, Bertolucci, Testori and Garboli.
- 11 February 2017
- 19 March 2017
Patrizia Comand’s painting was inspired by Sebastian Brant’s book of the same title (Das Narrenschiff), published in the fifteenth century with illustrations by the young Albrecht Dürer. More than 9 meters wide, this impressive work demonstrates the artist’s creative maturity.
- 17 April 2016
- 31 July 2016
This exhibition by Florentine photographer Massimo Listri, an internationally renowned master photographer of art, architecture and interiors, is the culmination of his long-standing friendship with publisher Franco Maria Ricci that stretches back more than thirty years.
- 20 February 2016
- 4 April 2016
Gaetano Gandolfi was an eclectic artist who was an important figure in eighteenth-century Bologna. His incredible unpublished watercolor portraits of history’s great botanists and naturalists, exhibited for the first time at Labirinto della Masone, allow us to examine the close relationship between the academies of Art and Science in eighteenth-century Italy.