The exhibition, promoted by the Cassa di Risparmio di Rimini Foundation, the A. Marvelli Institute of Religious Sciences and Soroptimist Rimini, is curated by professors Daniele Benati and Alessandro Giovanardi.
In addition to the majestic and ancient cross of the church of San Francesco in Mercatello, the only work dated and signed by the forefather of the fourteenth-century Rimini School, fresh from the restoration of these months and which will be back in Rimini after 86 years, five other works complete the exhibition .
The exhibition compares the crosses by Giovanni present on the Italian territory. The important painted cross of the church of San Lorenzo in Talamello and the smaller "Diotallevi" crucifix of the Municipal Museums of Rimini, perhaps coming from Sant'Agostino.
Other comparisons can be made with the shaped cross of the Antiquario Moretti of Florence, the Spina crucifix by the master of Montefiore and the head of Giuliano da Rimini.