Tornabuoni Arte renews its annual meeting with the exhibition of a selection of modern and contemporary works of art.
This year the gallery also celebrates the thirtieth edition of Antologia of modern and contemporary art, a refined publication that accompanies and deepens not only the works exhibited but also the complex and immense work behind the research and the realization of this unique collection. The catalog is for the first time divided into three categories: Italian artists, international artists and contemporary proposals.
BOOM: Art and Industry in 1960s in Italy
25 April - 16 June 2018
Tornabuoni Art London is launching its new curatorial fellowship. Every year, a curator will be given the keys to the gallery’s collection, in order to find new threads connecting Tornabuoni’s artworks and artists. Dr Flavia Frigeri, Teaching Fellow at UCL and co-curator of The World Goes Pop exhibition at Tate Modern in 2015, is the first recipient of the fellowship. Taking as a starting point Vittorio De Sica’s 1963 film Il boom, Flavia Frigeri’s exhibition explores the relationship between Post-War Italian art and the economic miracle in the 1960s. The show focuses on how artists envisioned, represented and reacted to the boom, through the works of Carla Accardi, Franco Angeli, Marina Apollonio, Alighiero Boetti, Alberto Burri, Mario Ceroli, Gianni Colombo, Dadamaino, Tano Festa, Lucio Fontana, Piero Gilardi, Pino Pascali, Francesco Lo Savio, Sergio Lombardo, Mimmo Rotella and Mario Schifano.
18 April - 16 June 2018
Tornabuoni Art Paris is proud to announce the most comprehensive international survey ever to be held in a private gallery of Afro Libio Basaldella (1912-1976), better known as Afro.
On the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the artist’s monumental fresco, The Garden of Hope created for the UNESCO headquarters in Paris, Tornabuoni Art will hold an unprecedented retrospective dedicated to Afro, at its gallery in the heart of the Marais. This exhibition, produced in collaboration with the Fondazione Archivio Afro, will present around 50 artworks from the 1930s to the 1970s, and the final room will be entirely dedicated to preparatory drawings of Afro’s majestic mural fresco The Garden of Hope.