Exhibition presentation Bill Viola. Electronic Renaissance

06 April 2017 time 18:00 |

BiblioteCaNova Isolotto, via Chiusi 3/4

Thursday 6 April at 18.00, the BiblioteCaNova Isolotto will be hosting the exhibition presentation Bill Viola. Electronic Renaissance (Palazzo Strozzi, 10 March-23 July 2017), with Alessio Bertini.
Admission is free of charge while places last

Palazzo Strozzi organises exhibition presentations and family workshops in conjunction with the Biblioteca delle Oblate and other Municipal libraries in the city. For Bill Viola. Electronic Renaissance, Palazzo Strozzi is working with the Biblioteca delle Oblate, the BiblioteCaNova Isolotto, The Biblioteca Thouar and the Biblioteca dell’Orticultura. These libraries will be hosting exhibition presentations and a cyle of workshops for families with children aged 5 to 10, entitled Take Part in Art, offering those taking part a chance to explore the techniques and the languages of modern art.


Tuesday 28 March, 18.00
Biblioteca delle Oblate (Firenze, via dell’Oriuolo 24)
with Arturo Galansino
Admission free while places last
Thursday 6 April, 18.00
BiblioteCaNova Isolotto (Firenze, via Chiusi 3/4)
with Alessio Bertini
Admission free while places last
Thursday 2 May, 17.00
Biblioteca Thouar (Firenze, Piazza Tasso 3)
with Alessio Bertini
Admission free while places last
Thursday 9 May, 17.30
Biblioteca Comunale Mario Luzi (Firenze, via Ugo Schiff 8)
with Ludovica Sebregondi
Admission free while places last
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Since its inception, the Fondazione Palazzo Strozzi has clearly declared its mission to be ‘not just exhibitions’. Exhibitions at Palazzo Strozzi have been considered a means to reach the Fondazione’s main goal: to help make Florence a dynamic contemporary city, and thereby contribute to renewed quality tourism, increased economic growth, and a better quality of life for its citizens. The Fondazione Palazzo Strozzi uses its exhibitions to create exciting new ways for tourists and citizens alike to explore the city, the county and the entire region of Tuscany. These innovative programmes include special itineraries, guided visits to the studios of contemporary artists, travelling street theatre performances and international conferences. The main ‘laboratory’ is the Palazzo Strozzi, but the experiments happen throughout the city and beyond.


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