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November 27, 2015

Winter 2015. Exhibitions in Tuscany Not to be Missed

From Lucca to Prato, through Pisa and Siena ... Come with us!

Divine Beauty. Sacred Art from Gauguin to Fontana at Palazzo Strozzi until 24 January: an analysis on sacred art ranging from the 1880s to 1950. Works Casorati, Guttuso, Fontana will be compared but also Van Gogh, Rodin and Munch to name a few.
The 20 tapestries depicting the ‘Stories of Joseph the Jew’, commissioned in the sixteenth century by Cosimo I de’ Medici will be brought back together in the place where they were created: Florence. In Palazzo Vecchio until 15 February 2016
Until 3 April 2016 at the Gallery of Modern Art, Florence the Capital 1865-2015: The Gifts and the Collections of the King.
In the Galleria dell’Accademia Carlo Portelli: Painter of Merit: From 14 December 2015 to 17 April 2016. The exhibition includes about 50 works including paintings, drawings and documents and will introduce the visitors to the Accademia museum to an artist known only to specialists, Carlo Portelli.

Until 10 January 2016 the Palazzo Pretorio Museum will host SYNCHRONICITY Contemporaries, from Lippi to Warhol. Some of the most significant artists from period after World War II - Marcel Duchamp and Andy Warhol, Daniel Spoerri and Michelangelo Pistoletto, Matthew Barney and Vanessa Beecroft - are placed alongside Filippo Lippi and Donatello, late-Gothic paintings and Renaissance altarpieces.

In the Galleria Continua of San Gimignano: Cildo Meireles & Various Artists in Q & A (until 9 January)

The great exhibitions in Palazzo Blu in Pisa return and will present Italian and international visitors with a retrospective of Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. In the exhibition all his famous posters, along with lithographs, drawings and a careful selection of paintings (until 14 February 2016).
At the Lu.C.C.A. - Lucca Center of Contemporary Art until 14 February 2016, the exhibition “De Chirico, Savinio and Les Italiens de Paris” A journey through about 50 works created with the collaboration of important museums that tells the artistic stories of some Italian artists linked to the Return to Order movement who met each other in Paris at the beginning of 1928 and became known as the Les Italiens de Paris.


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