Now open at Palazzo Madama in Turin, a vast exhibition which presents a narrative journey hinging upon the representation of Primo Levi as a man who, through writing, was able to circumnavigate various “worlds” that were decisive to the 20th century human experience but which nobody was capable of comprehending and narrating as he did.
The exhibition, organised by the International Primo Levi Studies Center (Centro Internazionale di Studi Primo Levi) is sponsored by the Fondazione per i Beni Culturali Ebraici in Italia.
To see the press release for the exhibition (in Italian) Click here
Press preview Wednesday 21 January – 1pm
Opening Wednesday 21 January – 6pm
From 22 January to 6 April 2015
Palazzo Madama – Torino
Piazza Castello 10122 Turin
phone +39 011 4433501
Tuesday – Saturday 10am – 6pm
Sunday 10am – 7pm
Closed on Mondays
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