From March 16 to April 14

Sorrento-It’s like looking through three centuries and Sorrento in its urban transformation. With the subtitle “As it was, he was, is,” you can see at the exhibition spaces of Villa Fiorentino, in the heart of the city,

From Saturday, March 16 until April 14, the iconographic exhibition “Sorrento three centuries of images.”

The passage of time and the beauty of this jewel of the Amalfi will be told through the collection of photographic prints that bear witness to the metamorphosis of a few glimpses of Sorrento between the eighteenth and twenty-first century. It will go from the engravings of 700 to the current situation, through the

viewing photos of the last century. The path and comparison has been made possible thanks to the images provided by Anthony Cuomo, by Anthony Parlato, collector of photographic shots of the twentieth century and the ability of Antoninus Fattorusso, which is the iconographic memory of the last forty years in sorrentin Peninsula, possessing a large video archive and photo of each event created in the city.

The exhibition will revive the story of Sorrento. A journey that will allow visitors to experience its transformations, born at times under the pressure of the changing needs of life through the centuries, sometimes misguided planning decisions. But you may also notice that some corners have remained intact over time. And this is, thankfully, to make the enchanting Sorrento location discovery in past centuries by travelers of the Grand Tour, and that made it famous in the world.

Info: March 16 to April 14 Open every day from Monday to Friday, from 10 to 13 and from 16 to 19

Saturday and Sunday, from 10 to 13 and from 16 to 20.