Andiamo avanti noi
The exhibition aims to collect the precious legacy left by Gino Strada and to transmit a culture of rights and peace.
On display are the original and unpublished works of important comic strip and illustration authors who have offered EMERGENCY their creativity on the theme Thank you Gino, let's carry on.
The rooms on the ground floor of the Museum of Rome host the thirty plates created by the impetus of as many great artists, in a free interpretation of the theme, a hymn to the richness of diversity to continue, all together, a path of rights and peace.
THE ARTISTS IN THE EXHIBITION: Giacomo Bevilacqua and Zerocalcare, Mauro Biani, Roberto Hikimi Blefari, Paolo Campana-Ottokin, Cecilia Campironi, Alberto Casagrande, Stefano Disegni, Er Pinto, Camilla Falsini, Anna Formilan-NiNi, Marta Gerardi, Gli scarabocchi di Maicol e Mirco, Riccardo Guasco, Gud-Daniele Bonomo, Laika, Fabio Magnasciutti, Makkox, Manuela Marazzi, Stefano Piccoli S3KENO, Francesco Poroli, Irene Rinaldi, Giulia Rosa, Mattia Surroz and Lorenzo Terranera.
Presented for one day only at the Teatro Argentina in Rome on 26 April, on the occasion of the event Grazie Gino, continuiamo noi, the exhibition at the Museum of Rome is enriched by the works of other important artists: Chiara Rapaccini Rap, Riccardo Mannelli, Alessandro Martorelli Martoz, Massimo Giacon, Anna Laura Cantone and Elisa Macellari.
Also on display is the portrait of Gino Strada created by Milo Manara and donated to EMERGENCY by the artist.
EMERGENCY NGO Onlus is an independent and neutral Italian association, set up in 1994 to provide free and high quality medical and surgical treatment to the victims of wars, landmines and poverty. Since then EMERGENCY has treated over 11 million people, one every minute. EMERGENCY promotes a culture of peace, solidarity and respect for human rights.
EMERGENCY's work is possible thanks to the contribution of private citizens, companies, foundations, international bodies and some of the governments of the countries where we work, who have decided to support us.
To support EMERGENCY's work and offer free and quality care to those in need: https://sostieni.emergency.it/
from Thursday 16th June to Sunday 4th September 2022
Tuesday to Sunday 10.00 - 19.00
ticket office closes at 18.00
Closed on: Mondays
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