A 19th-century statue in the Fontanelle cemetery.
A view of the Mediterranean from Lungomare Caracciolo, the city’s main seaside avenue.
The tomb of Raimondo di Sangro, Prince of Sansevero, an 18th-century royal.
MADRE chief curator Mario Codognato in one of the museum’s rooms painted by Francesco Clemente.
A piazza in the historic city center.
A detail from a 19th-century monument in Piazza dei Martiri.
The steamy landscape of the Solfatara.
Francesco Clemente’s fresco Ab Ovo, created specially for MADRE in 2005.
The polygonal apse of the Church of Santa Maria Donna Regina, which dates from 1320 and now belongs to MADRE.
Artist Michele Iodice in his studio, which is housed in one of the city’s many grottoes.
An electric rosary, similar to ones used in Neapolitan churches, hangs in Nathalie de Saint Phalle’s apartment alongside works by several artist friends.
A view of the sea from Palazzo donn’Anna, a baroque palace commissioned in the 1640s but never finished.
An art-filled bedroom at de Saint Phalle’s apartment.
The Cappella Sansevero, which dates from 1590 and houses the tombs of the di Sangro family.
An interior cloister of Donna Regina Vecchia Church.
Nathalie de Saint Phalle in her gallery, the Kaplan Project.