The angels of Vanvitelli continue to fly. And to impress with their charm works of art. The great success enjoyed by the exhibition “Dal Vaticano a Caserta– Vanvitelli e i suoi angeli” hosted from July 3 in the spaces of the Palatine Chapel in the Royal Palace of Caserta has prompted the European Centre for Tourism and Cultural Organization (organizer, along with the Heritage Office architecture for the provinces of Caserta and Benevento, directed by Paola Raffaella David) to request an extension of the exhibition until 6th January. We will, thus, space and time, to enjoy the spectacle offered by the creations of the Modena’s artist Giacomo Zoboli, between 1742 and 1748, under the supervision of Vanvitelli (which at the time was the architect of the Fabbrica di San Pietro) until Epiphany.[charme-gallery]
Monday, September 23, in the elegant courtyards of the palace is expected vanvitellian a special guest: the exhibition will, in fact, visited by Cardinal Angelo Comastri, archpriest of the papal basilica of St. Peter in Vatican, President of the Fabric of St. Peter and Vicar General his Holiness. Comastri, for the occasion, will meet with the superintendent Paola Raffaella David along with representatives of the staff of the Superintendent of Caserta and Benevento, the regional director for cultural heritage and landscape of Campania Gregory Angelini and local authorities. The Cardinal’s visit will be a gesture of attention of the Holy See against one of the landmarks of our historical – artistic heritage of Campania.