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Galleria Campari, Sesto San Giovanni

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  • Very interesting guided tour by Mr. Marco than with passionr, accuracy, sense of humour: he introduced a story about a family of entrepreneurs who has managed to combine sales with art, advertising with costume, who kept in touch with the duo territory up to build a modern and aesthetically important around the old venue. They called a superstar who did a fine job: Botta.la genius of Campari is all about maintaining fidelity to the products that have made the success and continuous update in communication looking for artists such as Depero or Dudovich or Munari to convey a desire that now is coveted by everyone: enjoy an aperitif you refreshments from the evils of the day. Visit the gallery and download the app read more
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  • Abstract: drink only bottled water with bubbles. Campari interests me as a company with a long history of great success, able to use for advertising creativity of great artists, not for its products. . With this in mind, then, I went to visit the Campari Gallery, housed in the spaces of Art Nouveau building dating back to 1904, the first industrial manufacturing plant built by Davide Campari, Gaspare's son of the founder. The building was incorporated into a new building (which now houses only offices) according to the project, innovative but respectful of history, developed by the architect Mario Botta: very impressive! The gallery was opened in 2010, tells the location of the company-from 1860 to date-through the expressions of modern and contemporary art and through products of various kinds. Accompanied by a well prepared, spigliatissima internal guide you can explore two floors of the Gallery:-the first offers some examples of advertising campaigns from 1954 until 1977 Campari: carousels (a dip in my childhood!), videos of Campari calendar from 2000 to 2011, a series of works on paper that have as protagonist the Campari, signed by authors like Fortunato Depero , Bruno Munari, Ugo Nespolo, Ugo Mochi, Marcello Dudovich, Leonetto Cappiello (all notch!); -the second is dedicated to the history of the main product (the Campari Soda) and other products of the company; consists of a series of rooms very buoyant that reconstruct the world Campari, in a path (not strictly chronological) that winds through typical objects of the world of the bar (shaker, glasses, menus), gadgets (ashtrays, trays, bottles, original watches from the ' 60 's 70), design objects (with interviews with designers who over the years have celebrated and interpreted the brand). The visit (free) is really very interesting and pleasant: you see a lot of good things, you will discover many curious things. A wonderful trip in one and a half centuries of history and art. Thanks to Campari for the commitment with which he set up his gallery and for availability with which proposes it to anyone.
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  • Bella, maybe not as the only destination of a trip but worth if associated with another. pleasing our young guide who has well explained the culture and evolution of a piece of Italy from 186 to date. modern and refined environment starting from the great Hall, almost a square with fine architecture. the name says it clear, this is an art gallery and not a historical factory.
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