This pathway includes visits to works by various artists - painters, sculptors, photographers - from various Mediterranean countires. Among these are cited:
BREAKING THE VEILS - WOMEN ARTISTS FROM THE ISLAMIC WORLD
This great exhibition was curated by Wijdan Al Hashemi and Aliki Moschis, has been travelling all over the world for over ten years to bear witness of the role of Islamic women as bearers of peace and solidarity, arousing the praise of the many visitors who have crowded the prestigious places that hosted it. The Museum of Peace – MAMT tells the story of this event through the most relevant stories and testimonies.
Abdul Aleem Mariam – Egypt Abdullah Nawal – Jordan
Adnan Etel – Lebanon AfrozeMehr – Pakistan
Ahmad Tina – Bangladesh AtagokTomur – Turchia
Attar Suad – Iraq Badran Samira – Palestine
Baqsami Thuraya – Kuwait Baya – Algeria
Bin Othman Karima – Giordania Bint Saud Fahda – Saudi Arabia
Rima Maroun, libanese photographer, tells the anguish of these times through the images of children and adolescents in front of the wall that divides Israel from Palestine: so close, through the many means of communication, and so far for the madness of men who continue to support useless wars, annihilating human dignity. The museum houses 20 of her photographs.
ONEIRIC WORLD - JOHN AUGUSTUS CROWN
The Museum houses a wide selectiono of the works of John Augustus Crown created from dal 1970 to 2015: a surrealist slice which tells an oneiric world and the need, in the global era, to reach a coexistence in which being human means being the “brother” of the “other”.
The Museum houses a selection of images of Syrian photographers before the war: a way not to forget the environmental, artistic, architectural and archaeological beauties of a great country that has left a trace in human civilization.
SUFFERING AND HOPING – MEMORIES OF CONFLICT
The most important italian war photographers have donated to the Mediterranean Foundation for the Museum of Peace - MAMT their most significant works, which testify to the cruelty of conflicts in the world but, at the same time, the hope of building a better world together.
A rare collection with poetic images that show how suffering has no boundaries and hope is a value that must never be abandoned .
Gin Angri, Isabella Balena, Romano Cagnoni, Francesco Paolo Cito, Francesco Costanzo Tano D’Amico, Luciano Ferrara, Sergio Ferraris, Max Ferrero, Dino Fracchia, Maki Galimberti, Paolo Pellegrin, Mauro Pilone, Alberto Ramella, Ivo Saglietti, Roberto Shirer, Paolo Siccardi, Mauro Sioli.
NOT TO FORGET
Alberto Ramella, photographer and reporter in Bosnia and Croatia, bears witness to the greatest tragedy since the Second World War. The museum houses the original images that illustrate the volume "Diary of a War", created by the Fondazione Mediterraneo, "not to forget!".
MEDITERRANEAN SIGNS - PIETRO AND RINO VOLPE
Pietro Volpe,protagonist of twentieth century art, tell through his watercolours the magic of Mediterranean. A special collection for MAMT that catchs visitor’s attention for his originality.
The abstractionism of this author creates Mediterranean atmospheres through the wise use of different materials. The colorful wooden mosaics and the typical colors of the lands of Our Sea are mixed with the awareness of the common destiny of the peoples that overlook this sea .
It’s possible to watch TG Zero on the occasion of the presentation of this path to the UN Forum on creativity: Watch the Video