The exhibition “Sculpted Alessandria. Sentiments and passions between Gothic and Renaissance, 1450-1535” is promoted on the occasion of the celebrations of the 850th anniversary of the City's foundation.
Form 14 December 2018 to 5 may 2019 in Palazzo Monferrato we can discover the artistic and figurative heritage produced in the territory of Alessandria between the Gothic and Renaissance periods with the display of polychrome wooden statues, painted tables and goldsmith objects. knows Precisely between the fifteenth and in the seventeenth century, Alessandria was the protagonist of a cultural quality that enhanced its role of territorial epicentre and hinge between different realities in the context of a great renewal.
The works on display highlight this period, which coincides with the main years of dominion by the Sforza family over the city, a period in which Alessandria bacame an important junction and a cultural bridge between Milan and Genoa.