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Curator: Tiziana Ferrari
The story of a professional experience at the top of the institutions. The works of art of the Senate collections, among hidden treasures and palace intrigues, in a compelling mystery.
Tiziana Ferrari was the first curator of art collections at the Presidency of the Italian Senate. The book tells the parable of a purpose ahead of its time: that of surveying the works of art kept and hidden in the palaces of politics. Since 2009, the author has been the author of a pilot project in the context of the enhancement of the artistic heritage of the upper house of Parliament. The intent was pioneering: the creation of a real scientific archive of the works of art that came to the Senate from the late nineteenth century to the present day.
The author has decided to donate part of her proceeds on the sale of the first edition of this book to the "Centro Dino Ferrari" of the University of Milan for the research of neuromuscular, neurodegenerative and cerebrovascular diseases (www.centrodinoferrari.com).