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Claudio Koporossy. Invisibilia


The Palazzina Marfisa d’Este hosts the Invisibilia exhibition, a personal exhibition dedicated to Claudio Koporossy, the "photographer of water".
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After being exhibited in Italy (Rome, Naples and Vittoriale degli Italiani in Gardone Riviera) and abroad (St. Petersburg, Kuwait City and London), the works of the Italian-Swiss photographer now on display in the magnificent rooms of the Palazzina Marfisa d’Este, built from 1559 and commissioned by Marquis Francesco, son of Alfonso I and Lucrezia Borgia.

For the occasion, the artist has dedicated some new photographs of the water of the fountains and the monumental aqueduct of Ferrara.
For Koporossy, water is a "magnificent obsession" to be investigated carefully, closely, observing it in various contexts. The vision of water enters his eyes, crosses his mind, and provides the impulse to his finger, which presses the shutter button. In this shot, the artist captures what is mobile, accomplishes a new reality in his works. The clear waters that he immortalizes are revived by the bright colours of the flowers, fruits and vegetables that become unrepeatable forms and astonishing transfigurations of colour.

With the Invisibilia exhibition, Koporossy invites visitors to share his action and his emotion, to stand beside him and reflect on the mystery of life and on the origin and infinite beauty of creation


Ferrara - Palazzina Marfisa d'Este - Corso Giovecca 170


Until August 29th, 2021


9.30-13.00 / 15.00-18.00. Closed on Monday.

The entrance is limited to 5 pax every 15 '.
Reservations are recommended:


Full 4,00 euro.
Reduced 2,00 euro (over 65's, groups 15 people).

FREE ENTRANCE for the owners of MYFE tourist card


  • Disabled persons with one accompanying person
  • Tourist guides
  • Journalists
  • Conscripts
  • Up to age 18


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