Andrea Benetti's exhibition in the Chamber of Deputies

Rome, Chamber of Deputies, April 16, 2015
In 16 April 2015, in the Chamber of Deputies, in the complex of Vicolo Valdina in Rome, the exhibition by Andrea Benetti was inaugurated, entitled "VR60768 anthropomorphic figure", curated by prof. Silvia Grandi and prof. Marco Peresani. The photo depicts the moment of the presentation to the invited public of the exhibition project, which included eleven drawings on Montesanto paper, nine works on canvas made using soil, ocher, charcoal and sediments as pigmentations from the washing of archaeological finds dating back to about 40,000 years ago. . The two exact reproductions of the stones painted with ocher in the Paleolithic and found in the Fumane cave by researchers from the University of Ferrara, which promoted the project together with the University of Bologna, were also exhibited. In the photograph, from left: prof. Marco Peresani (Unife), Andrea Benetti, prof. Silvia Grandi (Unibo), on. Andrea De Maria, on. Paolo Fontanelli (Quaestor of the Chamber of Deputies).