Mole Antonelliana - 6 April 2022 > 16 January 2023

The National Museum of Cinema and Solares Fondazione delle Arti present the first major exhibition dedicated to a master of cinema: the director, screenwriter and producer Dario Argento (Rome, 1940).  DARIO ARGENTO - THE EXHIBIT is hosted at the Mole Antonelliana in Turin – home to the National Museum of Cinema, and is curated by Domenico De Gaetano and Marcello Garofalo, as a tribute to the genius and work of the filmmaker, visionary master of the thriller. A chronological journey through his entire production, from the beginnings of The Bird with the Crystal Plumage (1970) to his latest work Dark Glasses (2022), recently presented at the Berlin Film Festival in the Special Gala section.

For the first time, an exhibition puts together a thorough and articulated visual discourse on the imagery that the Roman director brought to the screen during his 50-year journey into the disturbing realms of nightmares.

The exhibition will be enriched by a richly illustrated catalogue published by Silvana Editoriale and a full retrospective at Cinema Massimo.