A temporary exhibition space, set up at the Post Office in Piazza San Silvestro, that tells 160 years of history, innovation and values of Poste Italiane and our country. In a nineteenth-century setting, among frescoed vaults and large windows, a narrative path unfolds, divided into three areas and seven thematic islands, to learn more about the company and its values. Precisely to interpret the strategic pillars of the Company, eight young Italian artists were called upon to give a new and personal interpretation through different visual languages. Inside the Values Area, curated by Renato Fontana, the works of Marco Brancato, Livia Massacesi, Nazario Graziano, Riccardo Guasco, Adriano Attus, Chiara Riva, Gummy Gue and Krayon guide the visitor; enriched by augmented reality and forms of physical interaction, the works come alive, allowing, also through the use of QR code, to live a unique and personal experience.
Credits Poste Italiane