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Discover all the art and photography exhibitions in the archive

Do you want to find out which exhibitions we have organized in the past? This space is dedicated to the completed exhibitions that we have hosted in recent years at Palazzo Gromo Losa.


From the 12th to 20th of February 2022

Auschwitz-Birkenau 1940-1945. Concentration camp and death center

On the occasion of the Day of Remembrance 2022, the Institute for the history of the Resistance and contemporary society in the Biellese, Vercelli and Valsesia areas organizes the documentary exhibition "Auschwitz-Birkenau 1940-1945. Concentration camp and death center", created by the Mémorial de la Shoah in Paris and disseminated in its Italian version thanks to the support of the Legislative Assembly of the Emilia-Romagna Region. The exhibition will be exhibited in Biella, at Palazzo Gromo Losa, from the 12th to the 20th of February 2022.
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From 16 October 2021 to 9 January 2022

Voyage. Horizons, borders, generations - IV edition

From 16 October 2021 to 9 January 2022 Palazzo Gromo Losa will host - together with the nearby Palazzo Ferrero and Palazzo La Marmora - the fourth edition of the Travel review.

Horizons, frontiers, generations, a project curated by Fabrizio Lava (StileLibero Association), which investigates the multiple meanings of the word travel through exhibitions, meetings and workshops that interact with each other.

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From 22 May to 12 September 2021 (EXTENDED TO 3 OCTOBER 2021)

Coco + Marilyn. Biella in between of MI-TO

Palazzo Gromo Losa reopens to the public with a major exhibition project dedicated to two icons of the twentieth century: Coco Chanel and Marilyn Monroe.
The Coco + Marilyn exhibition. Biella in the middle of MI-TO, curated by the Photo OP agency and created thanks to the support of Biver Banca, collects more than one hundred shots depicting the two "divine" ones made by the Canadian photographer Douglas Kirkland.

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