In Andature Florence, art and science go together – Tuscany

In Andature Florence, art and science go together – Tuscany

At the Marino Marini Museum until October 24

(ANSA) – Florence, September 24 – On the occasion of Florence Art Week, the Marino Marini Museum in Florence proposes the exhibition “Andature II” with works by Elisabetta Di Maggio and Sophie Coe.

It is stated in a note that ‘Gaits’ is a multidisciplinary project born in 2020, sponsored by Marcella Cangioli and Antonella Nicola, in collaboration with the cultural association ‘Città Nascosta’ and the Marini Museum, created thanks to the contribution of the Cr Foundation Florence. The exhibition will be open until October 24, from Saturday to Monday, from 10 to 19 (last entry at 18.30).

Continuing the previous edition – declared curators Marcella Cangioli and Antonella Nicola – Andature continues to reflect on our being and our being in the world, complex beings in constant transformation, in a multidimensional reality that can only take into account the inextricable bond that unites man with nature, but also by the laws and evolutionary processes of the universe sciences, cosmology, the large and small world, the environment, nature and biological rhythms, the dynamics of comparison and relation: these are the subjects which illustrate the course of man on the path of his development and which characterize this precisely defined project by step, the artist’s gait, individually or collectively ” . (Dealing).

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