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Jackson Pollock in Florence

Jackson Pollock and Michelangelo, two artists that seem distant in time and style, but who share what is called ‘the figure of the fury’, an extreme vitality that often turns into violence and agony and which is typical of both Pollock’s art and Michelangelo’s serpentine lines. The exhibition is divided into two sections: the first, inside Palazzo Vecchio, gathers works from the museums and the private collections of Tel Aviv, Amsterdam, Rome and New York and witnesses the interest that Pollock showed towards Michelangelo’s art, his strong and gracefull figures. The second section is hosted in the complex of San Firenze and suggests further comparison between Pollock and Michelangelo thanks to a multimedia and interactive area guiding visitors to a full understanding of Pollock’s art. The exhibition will last until 27th July 2014.

By | 2017-05-29T11:13:05+00:00 April 28th, 2014|Events, Exhibitions|0 Comments


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