Fondazione Cirulli offers the following services to museums, institutions, publishers, and researchers: artwork loans, photographic reproductions, organization of traveling exhibitions, as well as production and curatorship of tailor-made exhibitions.
The exhibition Bruno Munari consists of over 90 works covering the period between 1927 and 1950, which reveal new aspects of Munari’s artistic research. From his Futurist phase to the first experiments with kinetic sculpture, from his after war research on abstract art to his light projections and site-specific installations
The exhibition The Art of Advertising consists of 200 works by over 60 Italian artists. It illustrates the evolution of advertising art through the graphic design experimentation of the outstanding Italian artists of the interwar years: Marcello Dudovich, Leonetto Cappiello, Diulgheroff, Gino Boccasile, the futurists Giacomo Balla, Fortunato [...]
The exhibition consists of more than 150 works (posters, paintings, sculptures, photographs, documents, and objects of design) that illustrate the birth of flight across advertising and art, through the major artists’ interpretation (1910 -1945).
The exhibition encompasses an important group of aeropainting artworks by Giacomo Balla, [...]
The exhibition consists of about a hundred works in different media: posters, photographs, sketches and design, by thirty artists, that illustrate the affirmation and success of a brand new Italian way of life, starting from the Fifties to the early Sixties. It includes works by Bruno Munari, Ettore Sottsass, Erberto Carboni, Lorenzo Castellaro, Carlo [...]
The exhibition Italian Style across Art and Design consists of over 400 artworks (paintings, sculptures, posters, sketches, design objects, books, photography) by approximately 100 artists. It illustrates the evolution of the Italian style, from the dawn of modernity to the economic boom (1950s).
The visual path of the exhibition [...]
The exhibition Universo Futurista, curated by Jeffrey T. Schnapp and Silvia Evangelisti, focuses on the nucleus of artworks in the Fondazione’s collection that best represent the historical period in which Futurism thrived (1909-1939).
The exhibition includes a selection of artworks from the collection of the Fondazione [...]