Today we live in a world without frontiers; a world where sharing is a daily activity. We share with each other our culture, experience, thoughts, efforts, concerns… and with that process we created a homogeneous mixture in which we don’t see differences, but only human beings.
Thanks to this extraordinary evolution of mankind, some very special things can happen. As, for example, the possibility to have an exhibition of Spanish contemporary artist in Florence or the chance to exhibit in Verona the works by a living Italian artist who was inspired by China’s legacy.
- Picasso and Spanish Modernity: Until January 25th the works of the most important Spanish Contemporary artist will be shown in Palazzo Strozzi, with a special emphasis in Pablo Picasso.
- Made in China: From October 9th until December 31st, Palazzo Victoria’s hall will fill its walls with the works by Italian artist, Marco Bertìn, who explored through his photographs the influence and recent history of the great Asian dragon.
We’re finishing the year in a contemporary art style both in Florence and in Verona, also celebrating this mixed world we’re living in. From Il Salviatino, as always, we invite you to come and enjoy it in our company.
For more information of Picasso and Spanish Modernity: http://www.palazzostrozzi.org/
For more information of Made in China: http://palazzovictoria.com/