Amos Gitai. Architectures of memory
On the basement of the Mole Antonelliana building, which will be opened to the public for the first time, you can visit the video-installation by Amos Gitai, one of the greatest film directors of our time. Based on the figure of his father, the famous Berlin Bauhaus architect imprisoned by the Nazis, on the themes of memory, the need to transmit knowledge and the role of art, the video-installation, using images taken from his films, creates a visual and audio experience of extraordinary density. At the same time, a tribute to the Israeli film director will be organised at Cinema Massimo, with a retrospective that presents 18 feature films, some of which have never been seen in Italy.
Visit to the “Architectures of memory” installation and to the basement of the Mole Antonelliana
Group admission (max 25 people), every hour from 10am to 7pm, Until 10pm on Saturdays
Full ticket € 7.00; reduced ticket € 5.00
If you buy a ticket to the Museum or a ticket to the Museum + the Panoramic Lift, you can visit the installation and the basement of the Mole Antonelliana for just € 2.00 more.