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March Exhibits, In and Around Lucca

March 1

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Escher Exhibition – Dates extended to May 7

Museo degli Innocenti Florence

October 20 – May 7, 8:00am – 5:00pm

In Florence a major exhibition with over 200 works by Escher, the master of illusions From 20 October 2022 to 26 March 2023, a large anthology dedicated to the Dutch painter and mathematician, with his most iconic masterpieces, will be set up at the Museo degli Innocenti in Florence.

For more information see website here.

Henry Moore in Florence

Museum Novocento

September 16, 2022 – March 31

Large Interior Form and Family Group will be exhibited respectively in two symbolic places in the city: Piazza della Signoria and, in an exceptional case, in the churchyard of the Abbey of San Miniato al Monte, to interact with the historical and artistic heritage of Florence.

The exhibition adds to those already held in previous years that have seen contemporary art interact with the great monuments of Piazza della Signoria, such as those by Jan Fabre and Jeff Koons, Urs Fisher and Francesco Vezzoli. A curatorial line that has courageously and radically changed the relationship between Florence and modern artistic language, opening the way to fresh new perspectives and leading to other international initiatives. The exhibition also marks a repeated collaboration with the BIAF – International Biennial of Antiques in Florence.

For more information see website here.


Photography Exhibit “Vissi d’Arte”

Complesso monumentale di San Micheletto, Lucca

March 2 – 26, 10:00am – 7:30pm

72 photographs – Fine Art – in black and white, large format, on Hahnemühle Fine Art Baryta 325 gsm paper, mounted on 60×42 panels. All the photos are accompanied by detailed captions on the photographed artist, his work and some curiosities.

It will also be possible to deepen the artistic-cultural information, free of charge, with your smartphone device, with the audio guide, which can be activated by reading the QR Code that accompanies each exhibited work. The use of headphones is recommended so as not to disturb other visitors.

Local accessible and can also be visited by people with reduced motor or sensory capabilities.

See web site for more information here


Inside Banksy: Unauthorized Exhibition

Chiesa di Santo Stefano al Ponte, Florence

Daily through March 26

Monday – Friday, 10:00am – 6:30pm (last admission at 5:30)
Saturday & Sunday,  10:00am – 8:00pm (last entry at 7:00)

INSIDE BANKSY: Unauthorized exhibition is an immersive experience aimed at telling the story of the British artist through a mix of images, sounds and music capable of immediately evoking Bristol’s underground culture.

Delve into the history of Banksy at the Cathedral of the Image in Florence. A multimedia narrative full of activities that will guide the viewer through a sensory, emotional and immersive itinerary through images, music and projects by the English writer. From the first graffiti to his contribution to the world of music, the itinerary touches on the stages of Banksy’s artistic life and explains the social issues dealt with by his works. But that’s not all, Inside Banksy: Unauthorized Exhibition also offers visitors an interactive experience with a spray can in which they can put themselves in the shoes of the artist and put themselves to the test.

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LINUS, 57 Years of the Linus Magazine

Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art Lorenzo Viani, Viareggio

February 12 – April 30, 9:30am – 7:30pm

ALL 692 ISSUES FROM 1965 TO 2023. A large exhibition that spans the 57 years of the “Linus” magazine, after the centenary of the birth of Charles M. Schulz, the author of the legendary Peanuts. From Giovanni Gandini, Umberto Eco and Oreste del Buono to the current direction of Elisabetta Sgarbi and Igort, a journey through color, ideas, the history of Italy, following the comic strip revolution of “Linus”.

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