|Translated title||Jewish Settlement in Turin|
Turin, Italy, 1984. 14 pp., illustrations: 2 col., 3 b&w, 30 × 21.5 cm. Italian.
Palazzo Graneri della Roccia, Circolo degli artisti (14 June–10 July 1984)
Several exhibitions relating to the Jewish community of Turin, shown alongside the traveling photographic exhibition on the Jews of Piedmont “Vita e cultura ebraica: documentazione fotografica sulla presenza ebraica in Piemonte nei secoli XVIII e XIX” [Jewish Life and Culture. Photographic Documentation of the Jewish Presence in Piedmont in the XVIII and XIX Centuries] (curated by Giorgio Avigdor). The local exhibitions included: “Dall’archivio ebraico di Torino: documenti tramandati attraverso i secoli” [From the Archive of Jewish Turin: Documents Handed Down Through the Centuries] (curated by Piero Luzzati); “Immagini della tradizione ebraica: raffigurate in francobolli e missive postali” [Images of Jewish Tradition: Depicted in Stamps and Postal Letters] (curated by Gianfranco Moscati); “Il Ghetto di Torino” [The Turin Ghetto] (curated by Michele Luzzati), “Gli ebrei a Torino” [The Jews of Torino] (curated by Piero Luzzati and Bruno Signorelli), and “Le Ketubbot: Contratti matrimoniali” [The Ketubbot: Marriage Contracts] (curated by Franca Sacerdote). Exhibition folder includes individual texts on the ghetto, the Jews of Turin, the Ketubbot, and the history of Turin’s synagogue. No itemized listing.
|Other venues for Piedmont exhibition||
Alessandria, Italy (May 1983); Convento San Domenico, Chieri, Italy (4–20 December 1983); Palazzo Mazzetti, Asti, Italy (25 March–25 April 1984); Palazzo Burotti di Scagnello, Cherasco, Italy (26 April–6 May 1984); Biblioteca Civica, Saluzzo, Italy (15–30 April 1985); Museo Civico Ivrea, Italy (8–19 December 1985); Synagogue Hekhal Haness, Geneva, Switzerland (14–29 May 1987); Palazzo Lomellini, Carmagnola, Italy (28 January–11 February 1996)
|Catalogs from other venues||
#731 (Alessandria); #737 (Chieri); #768 (Asti); #770 (Cherasco); #819 (Ivrea); #840 (Saluzzo); #910 (Geneva); #1393 (Carmagnola)