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Exhibitions

Reggio Children Exhibitions

"The exhibitions mirror the experience from which they are born and in which they are deeply rooted, but at the same time, through what is possible and desirable, they show the real."

Loris Malaguzzi

Reggio Children exhibitions, created in collaboration with the Reggio Emilia Istituzione of Municipal Preschools and Infant-toddler Centres, and translated into several languages, are instruments of professional growth, research and communication. They can also be enjoyed by the non-specialist public, inviting reflection on childhood and the role of education and schools.

Exhibitions can be permanent, showing at the Loris Malaguzzi International Centre, or travelling exhibitions, showing in various venues around the world. Each exhibition documents learning processes in children and teachers, and aspires to work as a "democratic piazza" or square, a public spaces where new ideas of childhood, education and knowledge can be offered and discussed.

The exhibitions are much requested, and have been shown in several countries in many different languages. Over the years they have contributed to the knowledge and diffusion of the Reggio Emilia Approach® in the world.

Exhibitions Reggio Emilia Travelling All
Visual metaphor in children’s learning processes

“A festive thought” is an exhibition telling the story of research, realised with children aged 2-6, which aim...

Encounters with living things / Digital landscapes

"Bordercrossings" ia an exhibition-atelier that tells the story of research done between digital and nature in...

"Mosaic of Marks, Words, Material" is an exhibition-atelier that tells the story of research done in Reggio Em...

On children’s language of photography, between drawing, clay, photography and digital

The Human Figure Multiplied examines the theme of representing the human figure, through a weave of drawing, c...

Reggio Emilia, a history of the present

"One city, many children" is a genuinely collective autobiography, which recounts how municipal infant-toddler...

The Hundred Languages of Children

"The Wonder of Learning" follows up on the ideas expressed in the more historical Hundred Languages of Childre...

The travelling exhibition The Hundred Languages of Children has been telling the story of Reggio Emilia’s expe...

Visiting exhibitions

Find out how to visit exhibitions showing now at the Loris Malaguzzi International Centre