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FROM CREMONA TO MEXICO

Paolo Bodini introduces an exhibition of Cremonese masterpieces in Puebla, the capital of Mexican Baroque

Designed by the Japanese architect Toyo Ito, the Museo Internacional del Barroco stands out strikingly against the volcanic landscape surrounding Puebla, the building’s fascinating white shapes surrounded by pools of water. Inside, the exhibition halls, like all the other rooms, are spacious, wonderfully lit, and modular so as to accommodate any kind of exhibition.

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