Time: May 13, 2011 all day
Street: via cesare battisit 88.
City/Town: Messina (Italy)
Website or Map: http://www.cardiabiagio.it
Event Type: presentazione, libro
Organized By: biagio
Latest Activity: May 13, 2011
Thursday, April 28th at 17:00 at the Aula Magna of the ego.I T. E.S Antonio Maria Iaci of Messina: the Dean Prof. Claudio Stazzone, part of the "Meet the Author" presented the Artist Biagio Cardia author of the book "In Search of the Tomb of Antonello da Messina." The same has contributed to the introduction, stressing the importance of the work of Cardia which reproduces the problem of land to the truth about the "Sepulchre" by Antonello Messina glory of our international reach. The meeting was attended by Dr. Agata Midiri who co-wrote this book, and that in his Preface, has highlighted the quality of this work. At presentation, the book Biagio Cardia, were present: Prof. Franz Riccobono, one of the most accomplished historical Messina, Rome Observatory Dr. Milena Antonello da Messina; Dr. Gazzara Siciliano Rosa; journalist Anthony Sarica and again: the Dr. Celestina and Tiziana Martino Midiri, the curators of the text. Cardia Biagio, was born in Messina in 1947. His artistic career began in 1972, with the study of photography in the city of Turin, where he lives and works in that period, he returned to Messina in the '80s. Inspired by the mystery of light, studying the science of physics. In 1998 she decided to transfer to canvas the images of the mysterious discovery of the universe, is organizing its first photo exhibition of art and his early paintings, with subjects Astro - Physics. After years of artistic activity Biagio Cardia, today, he devoted himself exclusively to painting, she also finds time to study the artists of the past. During his research, he discovered "the Mystery of the Tomb of Antonello da Messina." Since the previous publication of the book "Messina in Art", Cardia, with his new book, manages to turn us in Messina and in those who love our city for its prestigious art and its ancient culture, the choir will make the maximum contribution to Antonello da Messina primarily seeking his tomb had to act without delay is. E 'possible to see the book in www.cardiabiagio.it, site;