The first meeting on the sidelines of Eni’s exhibition dedicated to Amore e Psiche stanti (Cupid and Psyche Standing) by Antonio Canova and Psyché et l’Amour (Cupid and Psyche) by François Gérard. Master of Ceremonies: Lella Costa

San Donato Milanese (Milan), 3 December 2012The myth of Cupid and Psyche, in the words of Guilia Carcasi and Paolo Virzi is the title of the first meeting organized by Eni on the sidelines of the exhibition in the Alessi Hall of Palazzo Marino in Milan, which is running until January 13th and dedicated to the masterpieces by Antonio Canova, Amore e Psiche stanti (Cupid and Psyche Standing) and Psyché et l’Amour (Cupid and Psyche) by François Gérard from the Louvre Museum.

The subject of the meeting, based on the exhibited masterpieces, is the exploration of the classical myth of Cupid and Psyche as a theme in literature and film.

The first meeting, to be held tomorrow (December 4, 6pm at the Palazzo Reale in Milan, free admission, for bookings call 800 700 834), will be hosted by Lella Costa and will involve young writer Giulia Carcasi and director Paolo Virzi.

The different professional experiences of Giulia Carcasi and Paul Virzi will undoubtedly make for a fascinating and interesting meeting.

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