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Alessandro Turchi detto l'Orbetto (1578-1649). Catalogo generale.

A cura di Scaglietti Kelescian D.
Trento, 2019; br., pp. 534, ill. b/n e col., cm 24x30.
(Territori d'Arte).

prezzo di copertina: € 74.00

Alessandro Turchi detto l'Orbetto (1578-1649). Catalogo generale.

Costo totale: € 70.30 aggiungi al carrello carrello

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Vincenzo Meucci

Firenze, 2015; cartonato, pp. 304, ill. col., cm 25x29,5.

OMAGGIO (prezzo di copertina: € 50.00)

Vincenzo Meucci


Jeff Koons in Florence

Jeff Koons in Florence

Forma Edizioni

Firenze, Palazzo Vecchio, 26 settembre - 28 dicembre 2015.
Firenze, Palazzo Vecchio-Sala dei Gigli, 26 settembre - 21 gennaio 2016.
Firenze, Palazzo Vecchio-Sala dei Gigli, 26 settembre - 21 gennaio 2016.
Testo Inglese.
Poggibonsi, 2015; cartonato, pp. 120, ill. col., cm 27,5x36,5.

Altre edizioni disponibili: Edizione italiana 88-99534-03-9

ISBN: 88-99534-05-5 - EA7N: 9788899534059

Soggetto: Scultura e Arti Decorative - Monografie

Periodo: 1960- Contemporaneo

Testo in: testo in  inglese  

Peso: 0.79 kg

For the first time, in nearly five centuries after the Hercules and Cacchus by Baccio Bandinelli (1493-1560) was put into place, an original sculpture of remarkable dimensions will be placed in front of Palazzo Vecchio. It is Pluto and Proserpina by Jeff Koons (1955), a monumental work measuring over 3 meters. An extraordinary event inaugurating the project In Florence, an ambitious and innovative plan providing for a meeting between the artistic protagonists of our time and Florentine Renaissance spaces and works.

Jeff Koons In Florence, an eagerly anticipated exhibition of the year explores the relationship between the provoking beauty of the works by the brilliant American artist and the timeless masterpieces by Donatello (1386-1466) and Michelangelo (1475-1564). The locations chosen for such a juxtaposition are the Room of the Lilies in Palazzo Vecchio and Piazza della Signoria. This exhibitions is made possible thanks to contributions by Fabrizio Moretti, new Maecenas of Florence and contemporary art, internationally well known as an old master paintings dealer.

Palazzo Vecchio will host Gazing Ball (Barberini Faun), a work created in 2013 belonging to Koons's series called Gazing Ball, which features plaster casts of famous sculptures of the Greco-Roman period, as well as everyday objects encountered in the suburban landscape, each affixed with a bright blue reflective glass sphere. A sophisticated and seductive conceptual act of art takes place with the artwork in this series, for they, overturn and divert the gaze of the observer from the admiration of the classical piece or traditional object, and create a memorable image of pure perfection. The environment as a whole, including the observers themselves and the various elements of their surroundings, become a part of the artwork itself. Koons's Gazing Ball works plays with the seductive nature of the plaster cast, so pure and rarefied, and the mysterious magic of the blue gazing ball with its mirrored surface.

€ 79.00 -15%
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design e realizzazione: Vincent Wolterbeek / analisi e programmazione: Rocco Barisci