Bill Viola. Electronic Renaissance |Exhibition from 10 March to 23 July 2017

Museo della Collegiata di Sant’Andrea and Bill Viola

On the occasion of Bill Viola. Electronic Renaissance the Fondazione Palazzo Strozzi is taking the show out of the palazzo and into other venues in Florence through the creation of specific cultural joint ventures designed to enhance visitors’ experience of destinations and cultural assets.
One of this venues is the Museo della Collegiata in Empoli, founded in 1859, is one of the oldest ecclesiastical museums in Italy. Situated in the ancient Palazzo della Propositura adjacent to the Collegiata di Sant’Andrea, it houses masterpieces of art ranging in date from the 13th to the 17th centuries.

As of 6 April the work Sharon (2013) by Bill Viola will be on display in the museum, which usually hosts Masolino’s Christ the Man of Sorrows currently on loan to Palazzo Strozzi. The artist had not seen the detached fresco, but he was struck by a picture of it that he saw in an art history book and so he wanted to reproduce it in a moving image, adding water, an element that is one of the most characteristic features of Viola’s art.
All Bill Viola. Electronic Renaissance ticket holders are entitled to a reduced price ticket (€2.00 instead of €3.00) to the Museo della Collegiata di Sant’Andrea. All the Museo della Collegiata di Sant’Andrea ticket holders are entitled to a reduced price ticket (€9.50 instead of €12.00) to Bill Viola. Electronic Renaissance.

From 27 July to 17 December 2017, Emergence (2002) by Viola will be on display in the main hall of the Palazzo Pretorio, one of the most representatives buildings in Empoli and formerly the home of the town council.

 

This initiative is part of the project Piccoli Grandi Musei by Fondazione CR Firenze

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Sharon

Museo della Collegiata di Sant’Andrea
Piazza della Propositura 3, Empoli
tel. +39 0571 76714
www.empolimusei.it

The challenge facing the Fondazione from the outset has been to bring international quality exhibition and cultural events to Florence and Tuscany.

On the palazzo’s Piano Nobile and in the Strozzina area the Fondazione organises art exhibitions ranging from the art of the ancient world via the Renaissance to the modern and contemporary era.

From: 10 March 2017
To: 23 July 2017


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