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April 10, 2015

Art in the spring in Tuscany

Memorandum of the next not-to miss exhibitions in Tuscany

Until the 11th of April, at the Galleria Continua in San Gimignano, one of the greatest representatives of European and International contemporary art, Daniel Buren, with his personal exhibition One Thing Leads To Another, Site Specific and Situated Works.1965-2015. The exhibition comprises a large number of historic paintings, on display in the halls on the first floor, and a new, large-scale installation specifically conceived by the artist for the stalls area of the former cinema-theatre. Same dates for Cuban artist José Yaque, whose exhibition Digging will take place in the Arco dei Becci exhibition area of Galleria Continua.
Until the 12th, the new edition of Seravezza Fotografia pays a homage to photojournalism with Francesco Cito’s personal exhibition Colour and B&W, aimed at celebrating the 40 years of activity carried on by this great Neapolitan photographer until the present day.
Until the 3rd of May, a homage to filmmaker David Cronenberg with three great exhibitions: Evolution at the Ragghianti Foundation, with the special, separated section M.Butterfly inside the Puccini Museum - Casa Natale; Red Cars at the State Archives (ex-Macelli area) still in Lucca; and Chromosomes, at the GAMC Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art in Viareggio. In occasion of the event Pistoia - Dialogues on Man, the opening of the Inhabitants exhibition with the photos by the Magnum agency selected by photographer Ferdinando Scianna ( from the 22nd of May to the 28th of June).
The Four Seasons by artist Riccardo Prosperi, professionally known as Simafra, present a unique and amazing reflection on life’s driving force and on the loss of nature’s harmony and the ability to hear that characterize our times: from May the 23rd to June the 14th at Palazzo Panichi in Pietrasanta (the exhibition will then continue from June the 20th to July the 4th at Palazzo Gianfigliazzi Bonaparte in Florence). 

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