THE CLIP (HD) FROM THE CASTLE: COLORS OF AN APOCALYPSE SHOW / ROBERTO ALBORGHETTI AT ALDOBRANDESCA FORTRESS (TUSCANY)

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Roberto Alborghetti Show – “Colors of an Apocalypse: An Intrigue for the Eyes and Mind from the Decomposed Publicity Posters”opened at the enchanting Aldobrandesca Fortress (XIII Century) in Tuscany (Italy)last October 6, 2012; the show continues through to November 4th , 2012. The exhibition – displaced in seven rooms in an ascensional way – features 36 artworks (canvases, lithographs, a special collages series and a limited-edition of a three silk scarves) from Roberto Alborghetti Lacer/actions Projects (images of torn and decomposed publicity posters).

Promoted by:

PIANCASTAGNAIO MUNICIPALITY

OSA ONLUS

Sponsored by

PROVINCIA DI SIENA

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Location: Aldobrandesca Fortress, Piancastagnaio, Siena, Tuscany (Italy); Opening Time: 10-12,30/17-19,30 (Saturday, Sunday and all public holidays; from October 23 to October 27 during “Penne e Video Sconosciuti” national events). For informations and visits by appointment: 039 0577 784134 ; e-mail: info@prolocopiancastagnaio.it.

ALDOBRANDESCA FORTRESS, PIANCASTAGNAIO, SIENA, TUSCANY (ITALY) : THE ENCHANTING AND WONDERFUL LOCATION OF ROBERTO ALBORGHETTI 2012 SHOW
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AN ARTIST IN A CASTLE IN TUSCANY – BY DEBRA KOLKKA

FELLOW BLOGGER DEBRA KOLKKA VISITED MY “COLORS OF AN APOCALYPSE” SHOW AT ALDOBRANDESCA FORTRESS, IN TUSCANY. SHE POSTED THIS WONDERFUL REPORTAGE… THANK YOU SO MUCH DEBRA!

Bagni di Lucca and Beyond

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I have been following the blog of artist Roberto Alborghetti for some time and was delighted to find that there would be an exhibition of his work in the southern Tuscan town of Piancastagnaio. I need no further excuse to explore a Tuscan town and area I haven’t seen.

The exhibition is being held in the amazing La Rocca Aldobrandesca, an ancient castle in the beautiful hilltop town of Piancastagnaio.

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We arrived to find the doors to the castle closed so we wandered in the town for a while and returned in time to meet a charming Italian man heading for the entrance. It just happened to be Roberto, the artist……lucky us. He took us into the castle and we had a personal tour of the exhibition.

The works of art were on display on several floors of the castle. Come for a walk up the many steps, and meet…

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