What to do in Naples:exhibitions, events, itineraries
Backpacks on shoulders, dear wandering tourists always searching for interesting and fun activities, because until March the 31 it’s possible to breathe the air of Mexico, enjoying the splendid exhibition by the name of “Cuore lontano, cuore messicano. Sei artisti messicani in Italia” , which will be on at the Institute Cervantes of Naples. Organized by the Mexican Embassy, the exhibition will show works of 39 Mexican artists, now operating in the Italian peninsula, but who never lost the swing and the style of their country of origin, as pictured in their works of contemporary art (which range from photography, painting and ceramics).
An alternative tour that we wish to tell you is scheduled for Tuesday, February 23th at 4:15 pm: http://multimediale.comune.napoli.it/ticket/“Palazzo San Giacomo: tra storia e attualità” . Visiting the building you will be able to discover its rich history of curiosities, and then continue the tour with various simulations of what does happen inside the palace every day, ending with a meeting with the Mayor of the city, Luigi De Magistris.
Now time to check the clock: you are granted at least one hour to enjoy the unspeakable views of the Naples seafront … well, you can’t simply stay here in the city and avoit to breathe sea air. Also because the next event is right there and you do not have to move a lot. Inside the Villa Comunale, at the Anton Dohrn Zoological Station in Naples, from February 11 until March 31, there is the exhibition “La magia e la memoria dell’immagine”.
Journey begins with the representation of a visible reality, which focuses on the perceived images, not only through our senses, and then continues with the show of instruments (microscopes, enlargers, projectors) humans used to learn and also capture images of what is invisible to the naked eye; admire the photographic equipment … used in the length of many years and discoveries to capture immaterial sensations in material memories, like the one you’ll use to capture every corner of the city, and enjoy every moment, even from far, beautiful in all its glory .