The talks of Michail Borisovic Piotrovskij and Eike Schmidt for Museology and Values
How can museums today, through the way they display art, can bridge the gap that seems to separate the present from the past, isolating individuals and groups in a contemporary without roots?
This is one of the questions the speakers of Museology and Values, directors and curators of world-class museums, academics in the field of museology and architects who work with museums, will address, recounting us the problems they have encountered and the solutions they have found in this field.
Today, we are pleased to present you the contributions of Michail Borisovič Piotrovskij, Director of the State Hermitage Museum entitled "Museum: where we from, who we are, where we are going" and the one of Eike Schmidt, Director of Le Gallerie degli Uffizi entitled "The Museum considered as a Moral Institution: Suggestions from Schiller’s Theory of Theater".
The talk of Michail Borisovic Piotrovskij
The talk of Eike Schmidt