“INKiostro di Voci: Luo Qi and 30 Years of Calligraphyism” ended with intense public participation

    In a few weeks of opening, over 2,600 visitors were able to admire, between the space dedicated to temporary exhibitions and the exhibition rooms of the permanent collection, the scriptures that reproduce the sound of Buddhist litanies, the calligraphies that translate the music of famous Italian musical arias and the highly rhythmic musical pictograms installed in the internal courtyard of Palazzo Sanguinetti. The exhibition attracted the interest of varied types of public, with a significant presence of young people, families and international visitors, also thanks to the rich program of collateral events in which 450 people participated.