"Hollywoodland" is the title of the graphic novel in which the designer Roberto Baldazzini is currently working, a story, scripted by Michele Masiero, whose tables in the works will be part of an exhibition in Vignola, near Modena.
From May 15 to 25 , in the spaces of Salotto di Vignola Muratori (Via Selmi 2), in the province of Modena, you can visit " Hollywoodland ", exhibition dedicated to the project on which Roberto Baldazzini is engaged in this period. The artist is working for our publishing house, displaying a graphic novel set in the Hollywood of the 20s, written by Michele Masiero . Of the story, you can admire inked plates, pencils, studies and pages of script, a tantalizing preview of what will soon be on sale ( click here to visit the Facebook album of the author, devoted to the work in progress of the volume).
The exhibition opening will take place in the presence of the same Baldazzini, Saturday, May 14 , at 17:30 . Later, you can visit the exhibition on Saturday and Sunday from 10:00 to 12:30 and from 15:30 to 19:00. On Monday, Wednesday and Friday opening will be from 16:30 to 19:00. For information: www.baldazzini.it/hollywoodland/
Sunday, May 22 , in addition, Roberto Baldazzini will be playing the central role " Draw comics ", conducted by Stefano Ascari, which will be held at 21:00 , at the Teatro di Vignola Cantelli (Via Cantelli), an opportunity to meet the ' author and explore its long and diverse career in the drawn image world.
Saturday, May 14, 2016
Another Louise Brooks Inspired Graphic Novel - The Baldazzinni Hollywoodland
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