On the occasion of the IV Edition of the Triennale of Visual Arts in Rome, the artist Camilla Ancilotto returns to exhibit her works inspired by Myth and Nature in the Capital. There are two locations where you can admire the works of the Roman artist, known and appreciated internationally thanks to the very peculiar and unique style of his works. It starts from the Cembalo Gallery of Palazzo Borghese – in Largo Fontanella Borghese 19, starting at 5.00 pm – where the artist exhibits for the Triennale an imposing Ab Ovo installation in mirrored and reflective steel with precious inserts in 24kt gold plated brass. It is a work created specifically for Global Change, Twenties – this is the title of the Triennale 2021 – in fertile dialogue with the different artistic sensitivities of the participants regarding the significant environmental and socio-political issues addressed by the event. at Palazzo Ruspoli in Via della Fontanella Borghese 56, from 19.00 to 22.00, the artist presents his solo exhibition entitled Allegories, set up in the sumptuous rooms of what was once the residence of Napoleon III. To welcome the guests, together with the artist, the princesses Maria Pia and Giacinta Ruspoli, godmothers of the event. About twenty works on display, chosen from among the most representative of Ancilotto’s entire creative excursus: from mobile interactive interpretations of illustrious Greco-Roman works of art to the modular works of the Ab Ovo corpus inspired by the ancient game of Tangram. The infinite variety of interpretation of reality is the stylistic code that has always characterized Ancilotto’s work, a distinctive feature well expressed by the word that gives the title to the prestigious appointment: a symbolic “talking about something else” that invites us to look beyond the situation contingent, whatever it may be. To support the artist with his own excellences is the Tuscan company Michele Ventura Vino whose creations are the result of a skilful combination of different grapes, processed in purity and then assembled in compliance with the purest and most scrupulous oenological techniques. The common thread that binds the production of Ventura and the art of Ancilotto is multiplicity in unity, the traditional “classic” legacy that leads to surprising, unsettling results. During the event, a special edition of precious bottles in Magnum format is offered, produced in an exclusive limited edition and bearing on the labels, signed by the artist, famous figurative works of Ancilotto. The sale of the special edition is donated to the Rome Capital Metropolitan Area Committee of the Italian Red Cross. With an ironic gaze and a resilient attitude, Camilla Ancilotto stages her own imaginative universe with infinite formal and iconographic solutions. Under the splendid painted vault of the Rucellai Gallery of Palazzo Ruspoli, an excellent example of late Mannerist painting where mythological and allegorical scenes triumph, the exhibition event celebrates the Italian cultural heritage in its entirety, appealing with joy to the multisensory interaction of the users: a ” allegory of sight, touch, taste and smell ”- underlines the artist – which wants to be a hymn to life and to the different world to come; a hoped-for “renaissance” that passes through play, art and the exaltation of one’s individuality.