On March 3rd, “Cromatism”, the new painting exhibition by Alessandra Zaltron, was inaugurated at the chiesa di San Giovanni in Bassano. The initiative, promoted by the Department of Culture and the Pro Bassano, was attended by journalist Giandomenico Cortese and the Councilor for Culture Maria Giovanna Cabion. The exhibition will be open until March 19th, from Wednesday to Sunday, during the hours of 10:00-12:00 or 16:00-19:00.
What to expect from “Cromatismi”
“Cromatismi” is a personal retrospective exhibition that illustrates all the phases of Alessandra Zaltron's artistic research, respecting its chronological sequence. A sort of journey into the painter's artistic evolution, which emphasizes the desire to make her works “visible” beyond what the mere glance suggests.
The exhibition is divided into three main sections: portraits, landscapes and abstracts, all accompanied by the author's own voice.
To facilitate the enjoyment of “Cromatismi” and give space to the artist, Audiogiro has dedicated a space to host some audioguides for the exhibition. By framing the QR codes positioned in the exhibition space, the visitors will have the opportunity to experience an immersive experience with Alessandra Zaltron, starting from her presentation and then continuing with the explanation of the meaning of “Cromatismi” and the various sections of the exhibition.
The audioguides are all free and available for listening at any time of the day directly from the smartphone, without the need to download external apps.
Audiogiro and culture
This is not the first time we have participated in a temporary exhibition. Throughout the month of January, we hosted on our platform some audioguides related to Michele Carpani's majestic nativity scene, exhibited in the duomo di Enego and first prize winner in the contest of the Altopiano di Asiago 7 Comuni “The most beautiful nativity scene”. On that occasion, thanks to the use of a simple QR code, all visitors were able to fully enjoy the Christmas spirit of the work.
With the “Cromatismi” exhibition, Audiogiro continues its mission to promote the territory and the tourism, in an effort to promote culture and a "spread museum" approach, also thanks to collaborations with temporary exhibition curators. In addition, thanks to the audioguides produced by licensed guide Laura Serafin, exhibition visitors can continue to discover Bassano del Grappa on a tour that includes more than 20 stages (here you can find some of the most unmissable ones). An engaging and romantic tour, ideal for those who want to immerse themselves in the history and culture of this city.
For all information about Audiogiro, please visit our website or pick up the brochure available at the IAT points and hotels in Bassano del Grappa.