From Bruno Munari to Gio Ponti, 170 artworks belonging to Fondazione Cirulli illustrate the story of the “Italian know-how” and the birth of the Made in Italy through different kind of materials: posters, photographs, sketches advertising and design objects,
A few kilometres from Bologna, the Fondazione Cirulli is restoring the space that the Castiglioni brothers designed for Dino Gavina. This special, flexible and versatile place was home to one of the most extraordinary ventures in the history of design.
Massimo Cirulli and Merrill Berman are the discoverers of an oil on wood dated 1918 and signed Giorgio Morandi. The painting dates to the period in which Morandi dealt with Metaphysical Art alongside de Chirico and Carrà.
The archive, active between Bologna and New York, narrates the history of 20th century Italian art through the relationship between artists and industry, from the days of Futurism to the postwar economic boom. We talk about these topics with the collector Massimo Cirulli, who has been collecting and preserving industrial memories for over thirty years.
Matelica - The exhibition “Italia del Miracolo. Arte, Design e Pubblicità 1948-1968”, held at the Church of St. Augustine in Matelica and organized by the Museo Piersanti and the municipality, illustrates the Italian boom with material from the Massimo and Sonia Cirulli Archive.