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July 29, 2016

The exhibitions not to be missed this summer in Tuscany

For art lovers, the Tuscan always gives emotions. Which? Read here!

Some of the most beautiful of the historic palaces in Siena are open their doors to the public to host Che il vero possa confutare il falso an exhibition about the Agiverona contemporary art collection of Giorgio and Anna Fasol (until 16 October 2016).

In the Santa Maria della Scala di Siena museum complex, the exhibition Francesco Clemente. Fiori d’inverno a New York, with which the Neapolitan artist pays homage to Siena, the city that already demonstrated great interest in his art, with the prestigious nomination to execute the ceremonial standard for the Palio in 2012 (until October 2, 2016).

Opening to the public on Saturday, 2 July, at Palazzo Cucchiari, seat of the Giorgio Conti Foundation in Carrara, the Città del Grand Tour dall’Hermitage e paesaggi Apuani da collezioni Italiane, curated by Sergej Androsov and Massimo Bertozzi. The exhibition will unite about forty works including oils, drawings and water colors from the Hermitage Museum of St Petersburg.

Until 24 July, Allotropes by the English artist Jessica Warboys at Casa Masaccio in San Giovanni Valdarno.

Until the 4th, three great personal exhibitions at the Galleria Continua in San Gimignano: the Russian Conceptualism of the Kabakov, the work of Belgian artist Hans Op De Beek and the work of Carlos Garaicoa, a Cuban artist who lives between Havana and Madrid. 

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