Caravaggio on the Frontier is a public lecture that will be presented by Sandro Debono, the senior curator at the National Museum of Fine Arts, on the 14th May at the Oratory, St John’s Co-Cathedral, Valletta.  This lecture will address Caravaggio’s response to Malta as the edge of Catholic Europe during the seventeenth century and also review Caravaggio’s two pieces found inside the Oratory of the Beheading with regards to the Mediterranean frontier’s political context.

Seating is on a first come, first serve basis and subject to capacity. Guests are kindly asked to be seated by 6.15pm and to refrain from wearing stilettos/narrow heels.