[automatically translated] The exhibition and the catalog "Ecclesia Triumphans. Architectures of Sicilian Baroque through the seventeenth and eighteenth century design drawings" are born from the idea of giving the public a first picture of the professionalism of the architects in Sicily between the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries before the project theme churchy. In Sicily, as in every other Catholic West location, the age of the Baroque church triumphant was the most influential patron, often open more than others to the news, also able to mobilize huge resources to invest in architectures, symbolic apparatus, in rewarding projects for those who had the good fortune to receive an assignment. One of the peculiarities of the Sicilian event then appears linked to a unique overlapping of roles.
|Number of pages||175|
|Publication status||Published - 2009|