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  • Adalberto Libera

    Museo dell’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea, Rovereto, 22. 06 – 08. 09. 2013

    Palazzo del Littorio, Róma, pályázat 1. díj, 1933-34 © MART

    Palazzo del Littorio, Rome, 1st prize, 1933-34 © MART

    The exhibition offers a fresh point of view of the work of this great modern architect; the curator, architect Nicola Di Battista, has chosen to examine Libera’s work through the selection of some of his most significant projects. Surprisingly little-known, the aim is revise the interpretation of the processes forming his style.
    In this way, the professional history of Adalberto Libera is re-examined, with particular attention to his period of training and professional debut, in which his desire to offer a modern, international language through an interpretation of the key aspects of European Rationalism is clearest.
    In Fascist Italy, the exhibitions sector was the only possible stage for rationalist architects to give free rein to their approach, as any avant-garde creative features were kept at arm’s length by the regime. In this sector, Libera clearly expressed an idea of architecture able to create a link between the history context of a city and the forms of the modern-day centre, as was the case, for example, for the exhibition layout of the summer and children’s colonies at the Circus Maximus in Rome in 1937. Endowed with exceptional skills as a draughtsman, Libera was accustomed to portray his projects with masterly perspective views, almost always of interior views. Some of these have been preserved, while others are now lost and only black and white photographs remain of them.