venerdì 13 giugno 2014

Florence to open modern-art museum

De Chirico, Morandi, Depero, Nannucci at S.M. Novella square

(ANSA) - Florence, June 12 - Florence is to open its first public modern-art museum on June 24. Entry to the 20th Century Museum will be free to all Florentines from 12 to 22 on the first day, unveiled by Mayor Dario Nardella.

The 300 works, divided into 15 sections, will be housed in the Leopoldine complex in Piazza Santa Maria Novella. Among the paintings, sculptures, videos and installations are works by Maurizio Nannucci (Everything Might Be Different), Giorgio de Chirico (Les bains mystérieux), Fortunato Depero (Nitrito in velocità), Alberto Moretti (Malcolm X ed altri) and Giorgio Morandi (Natura morta). 

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