II Mostra Regionale del Sindacato Belle Arti

Where: Genoa, Galleria Ranzini Date: 1947 Critics agreed that the exhibition was not entirely successful: among the causes, the absence of many artists, the inaccurate selection of the works and the lack of suitable prizes for the winners. However, many young artists were appreciated, including Novaresio, who displayed the painting..Leggi di più

Acquerelli di Giovanni Novaresio

Where: Genoa, Galleria Genova e l’Isola Date: 1946 Novaresio’s first solo exhibition, for which he received unanimous approval. Critics appreciated these watercolours, especially because of the rapid brush strokes and the careful study of luministic values. Images and scans l’Unità, 14 dicembre 1946 Il Lavoro 14 dicembre 1946

Genova, Galleria Genova e l’Isola

Where: Genoa, Galleria Genova e l’Isola Date: 1947 Last event before the summer break. It included a solo exhibition by Borella and the display of Verzetti’s tempera paintings. A section of the exhibition was dedicated to young Genoese artists (Basso, Bisio, Mesciulam, Novaresio, Petrolini, Fieschi), and another part to the..Leggi di più

VII Mostra Prelittoriale d’Arte

Where: Genoa, Palazzo Ducale Date: 1940 The fascist regime organized (and controlled) any type of event, including the art exhibitions. High-school students exhibited at the Ludi Juveniles, university students at the Prelittoriali, preliminary competitions aimed to select young artists who could participate in the Littoriali, also known as ‘Fascism Olympics’…Leggi di più

Genova, Galleria Euro Romano

Where: Genoa, Galleria Euro Romano Date: 1945 Little information was found about this exhibition. Among the participants were Alfieri, Borella, De Pisis, Gargani, Galletti, Novaresio, Rodacanachi, Saccorotti, Salietti, Vedova, Verzetti: another evidence of how the art gallery consistently maintained its focus on Avant-garde. Images and scans Il Corriere Mercantile 29..Leggi di più