Will Galleries of Palazzo Zevallos Stigliano, in via Toledo 185, where there is exposed the beautiful “Martyrdom of Saint Ursula”, last work of the great master of Lombardy, to host, Wednesday, April 29, the Neapolitan presentation of the graphic novel signed by the known cartoonist Milo Manara “Caravaggio – The palette and the sword” dedicated to the eclectic Milanese artist.
Life, art and the works of Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio, from his arrival in Rome to escape. Talent, passion and excesses of one of the artistic geniuses of the seventeenth century outlined in a sublime way from the pencil of the great master of Italian comics, in a biography to “strip”, which will surely leave a mark.
Manara, appointed Magister for the 2015 edition of Comicon, the International Exhibition of Comics, which will be held from April 30 to May 3 in the spaces of the Overseas Exhibition of Naples, then seize the opportunity to present the city in the expected volume published by Panini Comics.
Appointment, open free to all, in addition to the editors of Panini will also be Nicola Spinosa, former Superintendent of the Museums of the City of Naples, and Claudio Curcio, general manager of Comicon.
Starting at 17, Manara will sign and draw on the first 10 copies of the book purchased at the bookshop of the Galleries of Palazzo Zevallos Stigliano. The initiative is aimed at both young and adults.