At the centenary of Italy’s entry into WW1, The Giorgio Cini Foundation is staging an interesting photographic exhibition on the safeguarding of monuments in Veneto region and in the Liberated Territory, from Trento to Trieste. The pictures were taken by Ugo Ojetti, journalist and art critic, who was then in the Army, in charge of supervising the safeguarding operation and documenting the damages. The exhibition will run until July 31st. More information at this link: http://www.cini.it/en/events/damage-to-monuments-during-the-great-war-the-ugo-ojetti-photographic-collection-in-the-fondazione-giorgio-cini
Saving Italian Art during the Great War
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