‘Human’: an exhibition at Forte Belvedere

Florence is an open-air museum to which we add the heritage preserved in more or less famous museums and galleries. It is not common to have also a particular area as ‘Forte Belvedere’ where organize intense-exhibition in the open. It is one of two forts that offers a view of Florence from above in an atmosphere of unique tranquility.

'Critical mass' A. Gramsley

‘Critical mass’ A. Gramsley

A walk uphill will be rewarded with a panoramic view of Florence and in this period we can visit the statues of ‘Human’ by Antony Gormley, among bastions and terraces

Human di A. Gromley

Human di A. Gromley

Each side of the fort houses one hundred works of this British artist: thanks to the position of the Fort, the statues can dialogue with the surrounding environment, with a special added valued  that evidently only Florence can offer to the exposition

'Human' A.Gromley

‘Human’ A.Gromley

Among all the statues, the group named ‘Critical Mass’ absolutely not pass unnoticed: twelve figures that tell the ascent of a man who looks finally to the city in a new modern humanism, dedicated to all victims of the twentieth century. The creation, in 1995, was designed for the old tram depot Vienna and will remain in Florence until September.

'Critical mass' di A.Gramley

‘Critical mass’ di A.Gramley

The Forte Belvedere thanks to ‘Human’ is transformed and offers its visitors an unforgettable experience and a different and innovative point of view of Florence. Insert it in your next trip in Florence, only after booking your hotel in Florence with www.vivafirenze.it.

Information:

‘HUMAN’ by ANTONY GORMLEY
Florence, FORTE DI BELVEDERE

26th APRIL 2015 – 27th SEptember 2015
Free Entry

The exhibition is PROMOted by Munivipality of Florence - ORGANIZed By MUS.E
with GALLERIA CONTINUA and WHITE CUBE
ARTISTIC direction bI SERGIO RISALITI, CURAted by ARABELLA NATALINI and SERGIO RISALITI

Photo credits: Corinna Del Bianco

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