Photo exhibition dedicated to writer Grazia Deledda, honorary citizen of Cervia

At MUSA, from April 2nd to May 29th

Photographic exhibition dedicated to the writer Grazia Deledda, honorary citizen of Cervia

in the 50 years of birth

The shots and the organization of the exhibition are edited by the MUSA photographic group, which wanted to pay homage to the writer. Following an accurate study of the character and an investigation of the places she loved or frequented assiduously, the group developed an articulated path between current images of the places and significant phrases of the author taken from her literary production.

The exhibition is divided into 13 photographic paintings with single photos or diptychs for a total of 24 images. Each painting will be accompanied by captions or phrases by Deledda, which aim to contextualise the images in the best way.

Among the shots there is also the Moretti house in Cesenatico, the house museum of the writer Marino Moretti linked by a strong friendship with the writer, who shared with her his great literary passion.

The link between Deledda and the poet, novelist and playwright from Cesenatico also leads to a sharing of the exhibition. The latter will move for a weekend, in October, right to Casa Moretti and will be exhibited in the woodshed of the house museum.

The exhibition also includes some photographic shots of Michela Mazzoli, sister of Elisa Mazzoli, author of a forthcoming book on Deledda.

Authors of the shots: Silvia Belletti, Denise Ferraresi, Manola Garavini, Manuela Guarnieri, Michela Mazzoli, Franca Panzavolta, Elisabetta Pedersoli, Romea Pilotti, Alessandro Placucci, Sabrina Rocchi, Natalina Vallerani and Monica Valmaggi.

 

The event, in addition to being part of the program of MUSA initiatives, is included in the "Author Places" billboard of the Municipality of Cervia: a project dedicated to the great characters of Cervia or who have spent part of their lives in Cervia who have distinguished themselves in literary field.

  • Where:

    MUSA - Museum of salt of Cervia
  • When:

    02/04/2022–29/05/2022