L’edizione 2012 di ‘Assisi Antiquariato‘: tesori in mostra corrisponde al 40° “compleanno” della Mostra Mercato Nazionale d’Antiquariato di Assisi, una delle rassegne più amate dagli interessati all’arte, cultura e storia.

Dal 21 Aprile al 1° Maggio 2012 80 espositori nazionali ed internazionali, distribuiti su ottomila metri quadri, che vi presenteranno rarità e chicche tra stand e percorsi espositivi curati nei minimi dettagli da un équipe di scenografi.

La manifestazione si svolge al centro fieristico di Umbriafiere, Bastia Umbra (PG), a pochi passi dalla Città della Pace: le prime 15 edizioni si svolsero nella parte più antica del Sacro Convento della Basilica di San Francesco ad Assisi. Ma visto il successo sempre crescente, e lo spazio sempre minore, il Centro Internazionale Manifestazioni d’Arte (C.I.M.A.) optò per lo spostamento della rassegna. Rassegna che nel corso dei suoi anni ha ospitato opere di importanti artisti come Moore, Manzù, Greco e De Chirico, oltre alla famosa Collezione Perkins.

Si potranno ammirare ed acquistare mobili, sculture, reperti archeologici, argenti, gioielli, icone russe, libri antichi, stampe, orologi, tappeti, bronzi, porcellane di qualità e molto altro ancora, con pezzi spesso esclusivi e rigidamente scelti. Senza dimenticare la mostra di pittura ‘Vedutisti e paesaggisti a Roma dal XVII al XIX Secolo’: selezione di opere, italiane e non, appartenenti ai generi pittorici “veduta” e “paesaggio”, a cura della galleria Poggi.

La kermesse osserverà i seguenti orari d’apertura:

  • tutti i giorni 10:00 / 20:00 continuato;
  • 23, 24, 26, 27 Aprile 15:00 / 20:00.

The 2012 edition of ‘Assisi Antiquariato‘ (‘Assisi Antique‘): tesori in mostra (treasures on display) coicides to the 40th “birthday” of the National Exhibition of Antiquities of Assisi, one of the most beloved festivals in Italy by the people interesting in art, culture and history.

From April 21st May 1st, 2012 80 National and International exhibitors, spread over eight thousand square feet, will be presenting rarities and gems among stands and and exhibition pathways treated in detail by a team of set designers.

The event takes place at the Umbriafiere exhibition centre, in Bastia Umbra (PG), a short walk from the City of Peace: the first 15 editions were held in the oldest part of the Sacred Convent of St. Francis Basilica in Assisi. But given the growing success and shrinking space, the International Art Events Centre (CIMA) opted to move the fair. Fair that during his years has hosted works by important artists such as Moore, Manzù, Greco and De Chirico, as well as the famous Perkins Collection.

You can admire and buy furniture, sculptures, archaeological finds, silverware, jewelry, Russian icons, old books, prints, clocks, rugs, bronzes, quality porcelains and much more, with exclusive and strictly selected pieces. Without forgetting the exhibition of painting ‘Vedutisti e paesaggisti a Roma dal XVII al XIX Secolo’ (‘Landscape painters in Rome from the seventeenth to the nineteenth century’: selected works, not only Italians, belonging to the genres of landscape painting.

The event will observe the following opening hours:

  • daily 10:00 / 20:00 continued;
  • April 23rd-24th-26th-27th 15:00 / 20:00.

The 2012 edition of ‘Assisi Antiquariato‘ (‘Assisi Antique‘): tesori in mostra (treasures on display) coicides to the 40th “birthday” of the National Exhibition of Antiquities of Assisi, one of the most beloved festivals in Italy by the people interesting in art, culture and history.

From April 21st May 1st, 2012 80 National and International exhibitors, spread over eight thousand square feet, will be presenting rarities and gems among stands and and exhibition pathways treated in detail by a team of set designers.

The event takes place at the Umbriafiere exhibition centre, in Bastia Umbra (PG), a short walk from the City of Peace: the first 15 editions were held in the oldest part of the Sacred Convent of St. Francis Basilica in Assisi. But given the growing success and shrinking space, the International Art Events Centre (CIMA) opted to move the fair. Fair that during his years has hosted works by important artists such as Moore, Manzù, Greco and De Chirico, as well as the famous Perkins Collection.

You can admire and buy furniture, sculptures, archaeological finds, silverware, jewelry, Russian icons, old books, prints, clocks, rugs, bronzes, quality porcelains and much more, with exclusive and strictly selected pieces. Without forgetting the exhibition of painting ‘Vedutisti e paesaggisti a Roma dal XVII al XIX Secolo’ (‘Landscape painters in Rome from the seventeenth to the nineteenth century’: selected works, not only Italians, belonging to the genres of landscape painting.

The event will observe the following opening hours:

  • daily 10:00 / 20:00 continued;
  • April 23rd-24th-26th-27th 15:00 / 20:00.

The 2012 edition of ‘Assisi Antiquariato‘ (‘Assisi Antique‘): tesori in mostra (treasures on display) coicides to the 40th “birthday” of the National Exhibition of Antiquities of Assisi, one of the most beloved festivals in Italy by the people interesting in art, culture and history.

From April 21st May 1st, 2012 80 National and International exhibitors, spread over eight thousand square feet, will be presenting rarities and gems among stands and and exhibition pathways treated in detail by a team of set designers.

The event takes place at the Umbriafiere exhibition centre, in Bastia Umbra (PG), a short walk from the City of Peace: the first 15 editions were held in the oldest part of the Sacred Convent of St. Francis Basilica in Assisi. But given the growing success and shrinking space, the International Art Events Centre (CIMA) opted to move the fair. Fair that during his years has hosted works by important artists such as Moore, Manzù, Greco and De Chirico, as well as the famous Perkins Collection.

You can admire and buy furniture, sculptures, archaeological finds, silverware, jewelry, Russian icons, old books, prints, clocks, rugs, bronzes, quality porcelains and much more, with exclusive and strictly selected pieces. Without forgetting the exhibition of painting ‘Vedutisti e paesaggisti a Roma dal XVII al XIX Secolo’ (‘Landscape painters in Rome from the seventeenth to the nineteenth century’: selected works, not only Italians, belonging to the genres of landscape painting.

The event will observe the following opening hours:

  • daily 10:00 / 20:00 continued;
  • April 23rd-24th-26th-27th 15:00 / 20:00.

The 2012 edition of ‘Assisi Antiquariato‘ (‘Assisi Antique‘): tesori in mostra (treasures on display) coicides to the 40th “birthday” of the National Exhibition of Antiquities of Assisi, one of the most beloved festivals in Italy by the people interesting in art, culture and history.

From April 21st May 1st, 2012 80 National and International exhibitors, spread over eight thousand square feet, will be presenting rarities and gems among stands and and exhibition pathways treated in detail by a team of set designers.

The event takes place at the Umbriafiere exhibition centre, in Bastia Umbra (PG), a short walk from the City of Peace: the first 15 editions were held in the oldest part of the Sacred Convent of St. Francis Basilica in Assisi. But given the growing success and shrinking space, the International Art Events Centre (CIMA) opted to move the fair. Fair that during his years has hosted works by important artists such as Moore, Manzù, Greco and De Chirico, as well as the famous Perkins Collection.

You can admire and buy furniture, sculptures, archaeological finds, silverware, jewelry, Russian icons, old books, prints, clocks, rugs, bronzes, quality porcelains and much more, with exclusive and strictly selected pieces. Without forgetting the exhibition of painting ‘Vedutisti e paesaggisti a Roma dal XVII al XIX Secolo’ (‘Landscape painters in Rome from the seventeenth to the nineteenth century’: selected works, not only Italians, belonging to the genres of landscape painting.

The event will observe the following opening hours:

  • daily 10:00 / 20:00 continued;
  • April 23rd-24th-26th-27th 15:00 / 20:00.