Patrimoine et commémorations dans l’Italie libérale : généalogie de l’exposition régionale de 1911 à Rome

Abstract : From a comparative perspective, this article aims to analyze the architecture edified for the regional exhibition in Rome in 1911 (as part of the commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the Italian Unification), in relation to the educational policy delevopped by the government during the età giolittiana. The 1911 exhibition was made up of several pavilions designed by regional committees and representing the artistic specificity of each region. Most of the pavilions adopted forms referring to the late Middle Agesand early Renaissance art because of a set of identity references related to Communal Italy. By offering a journey through Italy, the organizers went beyond the opposition between local and national scale, and put the Italian regional diversity in the service of national unity. A sense of local identity was used as a vector of integration into a nation primarily defined by the artistic inclinations of the Italians.
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Thomas Renard. Patrimoine et commémorations dans l’Italie libérale : généalogie de l’exposition régionale de 1911 à Rome . Mélanges de l’École française de Rome - Italie et Méditerranée, Ecole Française de Rome, 2013, Le territoire italien : crises, transitions, mutations - Commémorations et célébrations civiques dans l’Italie contemporaine 125 (2), pp.341-354. ⟨hal-01858407⟩

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