Florence_Eclettico Spazi D'arte_ January 12th/21st, 2017
Organized by Barozzi Art Management and Edited by Matteo Graniti and Pietro Quatriglia Venneri
“Who is without sin cast the first stone”.
Florence, a multi-faceted art site, houses Sinners since 1531, an event organized by Barozzi Art Management during the Pitti Uomo fashion week.
On that occasion, the site at 44 a/r, Borgo San Frediano will be outfitted by Matteo Graniti and Pietro Quatriglia Venneri and will house a selection of sculptures and paintings ranging from the mid-16th century to contemporary art, telling the story of the inextricable connection between body and sin.
Next to the majestic “Universal Judgement” by Ernst Mahler, dating back to 1551 and strongly recalling Michelangelo’s style, we can admire Cesare Fracanzano’s “Dionysian Feast” (1630/40). The 20th century is represented by Anselmo Bucci’s “Judith and Holofernes”, going on to contemporary artwork such as Virginia Panichi’s sinful pictures, Alex Folla’s anti-academic painting and Daniele Basso’s sculpture that hints at “Ominous motherhood” stories, also suggested by the former Archangel Raphael Monastery in the vicinity.