PISA: Bellezza, Cultura, Storia e Tradizione. Exhibition at GAMeC

  PISA: Bellezza, Cultura, Storia e Tradizione. Mostra al GAMeC
PISA: Bellezza, Cultura, Storia e Tradizione. Mostra al GAMeC
GAMeC Centro Arte Moderna
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The exhibition "PISA: Bellezza, cultura, Storia e Tradizione" (PISA: Beauty, Culture, History and Tradition’) will be inaugurated on Saturday 8 June 2024 at 6 p.m. in the historical spaces of the GAMeC CentroArteModerna in Pisa (Lungarno Mediceo n. 26), curated and arranged by Massimiliano Sbrana.

Pisa, Italy's jewel, is a melting pot of history and modernity, a place where the past intertwines with the present in a mosaic of cultural experiences. The Leaning Tower, the universal symbol of Pisa, is only the beginning of a journey through centuries of human ingenuity and artistic beauty.

Pisa is not just an open-air museum; it is a living city, pulsating with events, markets, cafés and restaurants where you can enjoy Tuscan cuisine, famous for its robust flavours and simplicity. The city invites you to explore without haste, to immerse yourself in its streets, to discover hidden corners and to be surprised by the stories that every stone seems to tell.

Ultimately, Pisa is a city that embodies the spirit of Italy: a place of timeless beauty, passion for knowledge and celebration of life. It is a city that welcomes every visitor with the promise of an unforgettable experience, a journey through history, art and culture that will remain etched in the hearts of those who visit it. Pisa is, without a doubt, a city to be loved and cherished as a precious treasure. Known the world over for its famous leaning tower, Pisa is much more than a monument. It is a city rich in beauty, culture, history and traditions, which in this important exhibition will be manifested in all its artistic transfigurations, from the most traditional to the most contemporary.

On this occasion, works by:

Sergio Andreozzi, Alberto Berti, Davide Berti, Giuseppe Biondi, Gino Bonfanti, Michele Bracciotti, Renzo Bussotti, Barbara Calabi , Giancarlo Carmignani, Daniela Carta,  Mimmo Corrado, Carlo D'Orta, Perseo Favilla, Renzo Galardini, Giovanni Giuliani, Marilena Luongo, Bruno Magoni, Alberto Martini, Uliano Martini, Lucia Merli, Mario Meucci, Luigi Norelli, Maria Teresa Pannunzio, Silvia Pierucci Sapio, Senio Pratesi, Giovanni Ortensio Sapio, Giulio Sbrana, Piero Semeraro, Aspreno Simonelli, Annamaria Taddei, Shmagin Viacheslav, Vanni Viviani.

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The exhibition will continue until Wednesday 19 June 2024 with free admission.

Special openings on Sunday 9 and 16 June 2024 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Visiting hours: Tuesday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 12.30 p.m. and 4 p.m. to 6.30 p.m. Closed Mondays.