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50 years after the assassination of Martin Luther King, a photographic voyage retraces the struggle for civil rights of Afro-Americans: a difficult and relentless walk lasting a century and a half, from the times of racial segregation to the turnabout of the ‘60s. Around 200 images, including shots by important photographers and archival photos, tell of the interrupted dream of the unforgettable non-violent leader. In the itinerary, creations by masters such as Lewis Hine, Dorothea Lange, Gordon Parks Arthur Rothstein, Jack Delano, but also the official photos of the Civil War, the reports commissioned by the U.S. government to document the outcome of scholastic integration and the drought that hit the plantations of the Cotton Belt in the 1930s, immortalised in rare colour photos. All finally leading up to the Civil Rights March of 28 August 1963 with Bob Dylan, Joan Baez and Marlon Brando, to the celebrated “I Have a Dream” speech, spoken by Martin Luther King in front of a massive crowed in front of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, and his assassination in 1968 by white supremacist James Earl Ray, after which, the rage and disappointment of Afro-Americans exploded in a wave of revolt.
Philadelphia-Milano A/R. At the Palazzo Reale, the Masterpieces of Impressionism
A selection of 50 masterpieces by illustrious artists, from Monet to Cézanne, from Picasso to Van Gogh, created in the magic years of the 1900s, testify to the artistic wealth of the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
At the Museo del Novecento, the Journey of Giosetta Fioroni
Over 60 years of experimentation in the first monographic exhibition in Milan: from the iconic faces inspired by Pop Art to performances and ceramics, the visions of one of the great artists of the XX Century.