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La Scala and the Orient 1778–2004

Milan, Palazzo Reale, 24 November 2004-30 January 2005.
Exhibition curated by Vittoria Crespi Morbio.
Exhibition design: Ezio Frigerio in collaboration with Domenico Franchi.
Graphic design: Emilio Fioravanti, G&R Associati.

 
 
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La Scala and the Orient 1778–2004

Edited by Vittoria Crespi Morbio.
Editorial coordinator: Raffaella Russo.
Essays: Vittoria Crespi Morbio (Odalische e saraceni in piazza della Scala / Odalisques and Saracens on Piazza della Scala); Mario Bortolotto; Piero Gelli; Giorgio Cusatelli; Attilio Brilli; Giorgio Taborelli.
Contributions by Ezio Frigerio, Claudio Carabba,
Giuseppe Di Leva.
Appendices: catalogue by Anna Paniale; opera’s plots by Raffaele Mellace.
Electa, Milan 2004.
Italian edition, pp.215.

Dvd: La Scala and the Orient An International Project
Amici della Scala, 2004.

 
 
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Staging the Orient. Visions of the East at La Scala and The Metropolitan Opera

Essays: Vittoria Crespi Morbio (Staging the Orient);
Paul Thomason.
Dahesh Museum of Art, New York 2004.
English edition, pp.39.

 
 
‹ Exhibitions/New York ›

Staging the Orient. Visions of the East at La Scala and The Metropolitan Opera

New York, Dahesh Museum of Art, 2 March-30 May 2004.
Curated by Vittoria Crespi Morbio and Stephen R. Edidin.
Exhibition design: Daniel Bradley Kershaw.

 
 
‹ Exhibitions/Amsterdam ›

The Opera and the Orient

La Scala 1780-1930

Amsterdam, Van Gogh Museum,
7 November 2003-8 February 2004.
Exhibition curated by Vittoria Crespi Morbio
and Johanne van Pelt.
Exhibition design: O.R.PRJ Toornend.

 
 
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The Opera and The Orient La Scala 1780-1930

Essays by Vittoria Crespi Morbio (Exotic Locations. A History of Operas Set Design at La Scala); Mariëtte Haveman; Andreas Blühm; Joanne Pelt.
Van Gogh Museum, Amstedam 2003.
Dutch – English edition, pp.52.