giovedì 27 gennaio 2011

In Tuscany comes the top art: here is what not to be missed


Here is the calendar of all the exhibitions Florence. A fascinating journey between tradition and contemporary art.

Sixth edition of "A Year in Art." A 2011 full of appointments in its museums. Full calendar of exhibitions ranging from graphics to the fabulous treasures of the Kremlin. Not to mention the 150th Unit of Italy celebrated with two exhibitions at the Palazzo Pitti
We start in the Uffizi with the March 8 "Figure, Memory, Space, drawings by Fra 'Angelico, Leonardo", a collaboration with the British Museum, the Uffizi (where she was already on display until July 2010), the exhibition presents 100 of drawings, sketches, designs of the most important Italian artists at the turn of the fifteenth and sixteenth century. In addition to Fra Angelico, Leonardo, Raphael and Michelangelo, Botticelli, Mantegna, Titian, to name a few. In fact, a unique opportunity to compare sequence anthology masterpieces never before in Italy, displayed together in one place.
As of May 17 at the Gallery of Modern Art, Palazzo Pitti, "the radiance of the Court in bourgeois luxury l'Opificio-precious stones into united." Also linked to initiatives for 150 years, sets out a series of small masterpieces, telling the conversion Opificio that with the unification of Italy, exhausted the client of the Grand Duchy of Tuscany, was converted to the creation of small and large works for the rising middle class.
May 11, the Bargello Museum opens its doors to an exhibition of sculptures Bartolomeo Ammannati, Leda and the Swan, the Tomb Nari and especially the monumental fountain of Juno, composed of six allegorical and mythological figures.
From May 31, the Galleria dell 'Accademia told through the work of Lorenzo Bartolini, chief sculptor of the nineteenth century Tuscany, the eternal themes of ideal beauty and inspiration of nature.
To honor the Year of Culture Italy-Russia, May 27 at the Museo degli Argenti in Palazzo Pitti, the scene is "the Treasury of the Kremlin," the richest collection of the oldest Russian museum collection of valuable real objects of the court everyday and ceremonial, linked to the names of the great tsar of Russia through several centuries of history. On display until September 11.
From June 14 to open Uffizi Vasari, the Uffizi Gallery, the Duke, an event that, in the fifth centenary of the birth of Giorgio Vasari focuses on the foundation of the Uffizi (1159-1560), rather than building a system archiettonico urban scale, the result of close collaboration between Duke Cosimo I de Medici and his favorite artist.
Finally, 11 October at Palazzo Pitti, another show devoted to 150 anniversary of the unification of Italy. Entitled "The beautiful Italy. Art, Identity 'capital cities", will tell with 350 works from museums in Italy and the world, the Italian who called the story to become Italy.
Prelude of the year of Russian Language and Culture in Italy at the Galleria d'Arte Moderna, Andito of Angiolini,
A Palazzo Strozzi two new exhibitions: "Picasso, Miro, Dali. Young and angry" on display in Florence's artistic debut of Pablo Picasso, Joan Miro and Salvador Dali, "Young and angry" in a structured review, through flashbacks, as a film, from March 12 to July 17, 2011 will liven up the rooms of the Palazzo Strozzi in Florence, with more than sixty works of the early work of the three great Spanish painters. A trip back in time with a large group of works chosen to focus on specific aspects of the first paintings of three artists, works rarely exhibited to the public but particularly indicative delve into the complex and varied art of the early universe the twentieth century.

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