‹ Essays ›

At the Maggio Fiorentino: for Heaven’s sake / Mamma mia!, the painter-scenographers are back!

in Musica Viva, no.5/6, year XVIII, May-June 1994.
Italian edition.

 
 
‹ Collection ‘Gli artisti dello spettacolo alla Scala’ ›

Malclès at La Scala

by Vittoria Crespi Morbio.
Essay by Vittoria Crespi Morbio, Souvenir de Paris / Souvenir de Paris.
Appendices: biographical notice; catalogue of the works; chronology of stage designs by Janine Malclès.
Collection «Performing Artists at La Scala».
Amici della Scala – Umberto Allemandi & C., Turin 2006.
Italian edition, pp.103.

 
 
‹ Collection ‘Gli artisti dello spettacolo alla Scala’ ›

Manzù at La Scala

by Vittoria Crespi Morbio.
Essay by Vittoria Crespi Morbio, Luce che danza / Dancing Light.
Appendices: biographical notice; catalogue of the works; chronology of stage designs by Antonella Lefevre.
Collection «Performing Artists at La Scala».
Amici della Scala – Umberto Allemandi & C., Turin 2008.
Italian edition, pp.63.

 
 
‹ Collection ‘Gli artisti dello spettacolo alla Scala’ ›

Marini at La Scala

by Vittoria Crespi Morbio.
Essay by Vittoria Crespi Morbio, Primavera d’ombra /
A Spring of Shadows.

Appendices: biographical notice; catalogue of the works.
Collection «Performing Artists at La Scala».
Amici della Scala – Umberto Allemandi & C., Turin 2006.
Italian edition, pp.51.

 
 
‹ Essays ›

Guido Marussig. Stage Coherence

in Guido Marussig. Il mestiere delle arti / The Craft of the Arts, in the catalogue of the exhibition edited by Vanja Strukelj, Gianfranco Sgubbi.
Trieste, Civico Museo Revoltella, Galleria d’Arte Moderna.
31 July-10 October 2004.
Museo Revoltella, Trieste 2004.
Italian edition.

 
 
‹ Collection 'Gli artisti dello spettacolo alla Scala' ›

Vera Marzot at La Scala

by Vittoria Crespi Morbio.
Essay by Vittoria Crespi Morbio, Seamstress of Light.
Appendices: biography; catalogue of works; chronology of performances.
Collection «Performing Artists at La Scala».
Amici della Scala – Umberto Allemandi & C., Turin, 2012.
Italian edition, pp. 188.

 
 
‹ Exhibitions/Spoleto ›

The Theatre of Gian Carlo Menotti

Spoleto, Museo Civico, 30 June-26 July 1993.
XXXVI Festival dei due Mondi.
Exhibition curated by Caterina d’Amico de Carvalho and Vittoria Crespi Morbio.
Exhibition design: Technical bureau of the Festival dei Due Mondi, director: Pietro Pagnanelli.

 
 
‹ Exhibition catalogues ›

The Theatre of Gian Carlo Menotti

Edited by Caterina d’Amico de Carvalho and Vittoria Crespi Morbio.
Essays by Vittoria Crespi Morbio (Gian Carlo Menotti e il Teatro alla Scala); Caterina d’Amico de Carvalho; Caterina Zappia; Moreno Bucci.
Appendices: costume and set designers: a biographical notice by Gianandrea Luca Delogu and Sandra Placidi.
De Luca, Rome 1993.
Italian edition, pp.92.

 
 
‹ Various publications ›

Metlicovitz

by Vittoria Crespi Morbio.
Essay by Vittoria Crespi Morbio, Leopoldo Metlicovitz Echi di un mondo romantico 1868-1944 / Leopoldo Metlicovitz Echoes of a Romantic World 1868-1944.
Appendix: entries of the works.
Immagini di arte italiana, RAS, Milan 2005.
Italian edition, pp.32.

 
 
‹ Essays ›

Eyes Staring in Myth

in Miti greci e dramma antico alla Scala / Greek Myths and Ancient Drama at La Scala, in the catalogue of the exhibition edited by Spyros Mercouris.
Milan, La Scala Theatre Museum, 12 May 2005-28 August 2005, Kapon, Athens 2005.
Italian-English edition, pp.111.

 
 
‹ Exhibition catalogues ›

Mozart at La Scala. The Italian Operas

Edited by Vittoria Crespi Morbio.
Essays by Vittoria Crespi Morbio («La più comodo stanza del palazzo». Opere italiane di Mozart alla Scala / ‘The Most Comfortable Room in the Palace’. Mozart’s Italian Operas at La Scala); Renato Garavaglia; Filippo Crivelli; Mercedes Viale Ferrero.
Appendices: «Italian» Mozart at La Scala from 1807 to 2005 by Andrea Vitalini.
La Scala Theatre Museum Exhibitions, Milan 2006.
Italian – English edition, pp.93.

 
 
‹ Exhibitions/Milan ›

Mozart at La Scala. The Italian Operas

Milan, La Scala Theatre Museum,
28 January–30 September 2006.
Exhibition curated by Vittoria Crespi Morbio
and Filippo Crivelli.
Exhibition design: Domenico Franchi.
Video: Filippo Crivelli with the collaboration
of Stefano Marras.
Maquettes: Studio Domenico Franchi.
Graphic design: Emilio Fioravanti, Pierluigi Nava
G&R Associati.

 
 
‹ Exhibitions/Milan ›

1913-2013 A Hundred-Year-Old Treasure

Milan, La Scala Theatre Museum
October 1st – December 31st, 2013
Exhibition curated by Vittoria Crespi Morbio
Multimedia project and video direction: Vertov
Installation design: Anusc Castiglioni e Giulia Bonaldi
Graphic design: Alizarina
Lighting design: Massimo Zanelli

 
 
‹ Essays ›

Icon of Artifice

in Non solo Erté. Costume Design for the Paris Music Hall 1918-1940, edited by Angelo Luerti.
Guido Tamoni Editore, Schio (Vicenza) 2005.
Italian edition.