Alessandro Allori‘s Christ and the Adulteress

Meet Atelier del restauro's restorers

11 January 2018 time 21:00 |

Palazzo Strozzi


Works of art age, they change over time and they require special care and attention. A major restoration campaign was launched to tie in with The Cinquecento in Florence exhibition.

To enhance a work of art that is often unknown to the public at large and to undescore the important contribution that the restorations promoted by the Friends of Florence association have made to the exhibition, we will be holding a cycle of encounters with the restorers consisting in five evening meetings to discover the life of a work of art as narrated directly by those who look after them.

Thursday 11 January at 21.00, Atelier del restauro (Beatrice Borgognoni, Lucia Cioppi, Angela Matteuzzi) discusses Alessandro Allori‘s Christ and the Adulteress.


The meetings will be held in a special room and each meeting will end inside the exhibition with an in-depth explanation before the work of art itself.

Admission € 12.00
Reservations required
Activity in Italian language only

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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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