Where: Genoa, Frugone Collections Date: 2001 An opportunity to learn about the artist, not only through his works, but also through his work environment: Novaresio’s family donated to the Modern Art Gallery a series of paintings and the working tools preserved in the mill of Godiasco, Novaresio’s last atelier. The..Leggi di più
Where: Salice Terme, Hotel Clementi Date: 2006 A posthumous exhibition dedicated to Novaresio’s African subjects, mainly figures of women and shepherds captured during his trips and constantly revised, in a continuous artistic research.
Where: Voghera, Ex Caserma di Cavalleria and Museum of Contemporary Art in the castle of Montesegale Date: 1988 Two concurring exhibitions focusing on two different (but in a dialectical relationship with each other) phases of Novaresio’s artistic career. This was probably the artist’s largest solo exhibition (145 works in all)…Leggi di più
Where: Roma, Museo Nazionale Preistorico ed Etnografico Luigi Pigorini Year: 2013 Questa recente mostra itinerante (precedentemente allestita presso la Galleria Nazionale dello Zimbabwe di Harare), ha portato per la prima volta In Italia i disegni esposti in Rhodesia per l’inaugurazione della diga di Kariba. A Novaresio si affiancano altri artisti coevi e..Leggi di più
Where: Spoleto Date: 1988 For the occasion, Novaresio exhibited a large painting, Crocefissione [Crucifixion].
Where: Voghera, Galleria Bottega d’Arte Date: 1991 Despite his age, Novaresio kept experimenting in the field of abstraction.
Where: Genoa, Galleria San Benigno Date: 1993 Small exhibition organized for the opening of the art gallery. Images and scans Dépliant
Where: Genoa, Palazzo Ducale, Loggia degli Abati Date: 1993 The aim of the event was to re-establish the tradition of these annual exhibitions, devoted to paintings and sculptures by Ligurian artists. Novaresio displayed an abstract painting, his main focus in those years.
Where: Verreto (Pv) Country Club Date: 1993 This exhibition was recently added to the artist’s catalogue. The event was part of a series of three solo exhibitions dedicated to Novaresio, Ada Eva Verbena and Pietro Bisio. The artist displayed the abstract works of that year.
Appunti per due secoli e mezzo di arte figurativa a Voghera – Da Paolo Borroni alle soglie del Duemila
Appunti per due secoli e mezzo di arte figurativa a Voghera – Da Paolo Borroni alle soglie del Duemila, Voghera, Salone Ex Banca d’Italia, 1995 Where: Voghera, Salone Ex Banca d’Italia There are few documentary records of this exhibition, which is still under investigation.