Stravaganze Imperiali

an exhibition on Lake Garda

From June 2 to July 30, 2022, the exhibition-event “Stravaganze Imperiali, (Imperial Extravaganza)” an immersive multimedia art project by artist and curator Vera Uberti, lands on Lake Garda, on the shores of Sirmione. Curated by MAI MUSEUM, with the collaboration of the Regional Directorate of Museums of Lombardy and the Municipality of Sirmione, the exhibition includes eight multimedia light maxi-installations in dialogue with the surrounding landscape and the Grottoes of Catullus.

Discover the Eala hotel and resort on Lake Garda

MAI MUSEUM is an open-air museum that combines contemporary art and multimedia technology, reinterpreting places, on Lake Garda and worldwide. The archaeological area of the Grotte di Catullo is the most important archaeological example of a Roman villa of the early imperial age present in northern Italy; in fact, it preserves within it two hectares of the remains of Villa Catullo, one of the largest Roman residential villas in the north of Italy, surrounded by a historic olive grove with more than 1,500 trees. Set on a rocky outcrop at the tip of the Sirmione peninsula, it offers a breathtaking view of the lake. For the first time, thanks to the exhibition ‘Stravaganze Imperiali,’ the Grotte di Catullo will host multimedia installations and contemporary artworks by artist Vera Uberti, with a digital triptych by artist David LaChapelle, and will be open to visitors during the evening, from 8:45 p.m. to midnight.

Grotte di Catullo tramonto
The Grottoeus of Catullus, on Lake Garda
Grotte di Catullo giorno
LagodelleLacrime 2021
Ingresso Portalini 004
Catullo Serpente 007

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