The study dedicated to Aldo Carpi, in the systematic catalog of the Museo Diocesano in the prestigious series of Musei e Gallerie di Milano, regard to the commitment of the Brera maestro in carrying out a series of 29 windows for the chapel of the Sisters of the Cenacle in via Gabba in Milan in the years 1957-58. It comes with a canvas entitled Pacem in Terris in 1963 that has, in a provocative way, the same title of the Encyclical by Pope Giovanni XXIII issued in the same year. The most original contribution of the research undertaken are: the choice of the subjects in the series in relation to the religious tasks of the Sisters of the Cenacle, the scope of this work in the corpus of works by the artist, the evaluation on the techniques of glass faced, the interpretative analysis of the language in Carpi, and the documents found.
|Translated title of the contribution||[Autom. eng. transl.] Aldo Carpi|
|Title of host publication||Musei e Gallerie di Milano-Museo Diocesano|
|Number of pages||6|
|Publication status||Published - 2011|
- Aldo Carpi
- Museo Diocesano