Category: Exhibitions

June 3rd, 2024 Stefano Tondo

Stefano Tondo, a visual artist born in Lecce in 1974, stands out in the contemporary artistic panorama for his incessant search for the truth hidden behind appearances. Resident in Florence, Tondo has shaped a distinctive artistic path, characterized by a profound investigation into the boundaries of identity and the very essence of material and immaterial

March 27th, 2024 Massimiliano Faralli – Fashion Street

LdM Gallery is pleased to announce Fashion Street, an exhibition by the renownedTuscany-based street photographer Massimiliano Faralli. Faralli will presentphotographs from his series dedicated to Milano Fashion Week, the result of which was alsothe recently published book Fashion Week / Fashion Trip for Scripta Manent. Curated by Spela ZidarIn collaboration with the LdM Photography Department under the

February 12th, 2024 Leonardo Moretti – Love Project

Curated by Spela Zidar February 29th, from 5 to 8 PMLdM Gallery, Via de’ Pucci 4 LdM Gallery is pleased to host Love Project by Leonardo Moretti. The works on show function as an emotional diaphragm. In photography the diaphragm acts as an instrument that regulates the passage of light, in this case the works filter a visual

November 13th, 2023 Tatiana Villani – Polymorphy

Curated by Spela Zidar November 16th, from 5 to 8PMLdM Gallery,Via de’ Pucci 4 The LdM Gallery welcomes Tatiana Villani as she presents her exhibition Polimorfia (Polymorphy). With her exhibition, Villani showcases her creative endeavors and research through multimedia outlets. Words such as communication, movement, transformation, adaption, fertility, and error string together the separate works.

October 13th, 2023 Giovanni Longo – Romance

October 19th, from 5 to 8PMLdM Gallery,Via de’ Pucci 4 About ROMANCE:Giovanni Longo’s artistic narration consists in carefully choosing the expressive language that will then be used in the creation and condition of the message conveyed by the work. His work begins with the recovery of the wooden materials found in the riverbeds or on the

September 19th, 2023 Cracking the Code

The decipherment of Ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs The LdM gallery is pleased to invite you to its temporary exhibition in collaboration with Camnes (Center for Ancient Mediterranean and Near Eastern Studies), titled “CRACKING THE CODE: The Decipherment of Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphs.” The exhibition will commence on the day of the 200th year anniversary of the official

June 5th, 2023 Contamin-Azioni – LdM Gallery

FROM JUNE 22 TO JULY 27 OPENING: JUNE 22 AT 5:00 PM After the opening, the exhibition will stay open until Thursday, June 27 Mon – Wed: 10AM-2PM, Thu: 4-7PM Special openings: Friday, June 30: 4-7PM During the week of the special event the opening hours of the gallery will be Wed, July 19, Thu, July

May 15th, 2023 Inside Out – LdM Gallery

FROM SATURDAY, MAY 13 UNTIL THURSDAY MAY 18 4:00pm – 7:00pm INSIDE OUT LdM Jewelry Design Department End-of-term Exhibition 2023 In search of Self-expression through Ancient and Modern techniques. Featuring a selection of works from the Jewelry Design Department: CURATED BY: DEPARTMENT SUPERVISOR YOKO SHIMIZU SELECTED BY: ELISA DEVAL  INSIDE OUT LdM Jewelry Design Department End-of-term Exhibition 2023 

May 10th, 2023 Art in the Square 2023

SATURDAY, MAY 13, 2023 11:00am – 6:00pm Art in the Square is the annual event of Istituto Lorenzo de’ Medici, a public celebration of the artistic achievements of our students, featuring an exciting range of artworks selected by a panel of experts, including paintings, drawings, printmaking, sculptures, mixed media works, photography, graphic design, architecture, interior

March 6th, 2023 Francesco Lauretta – The Bathers

About THE BATHERS: Francesco Lauretta is an artist and a painter. He paints every single day as if wanting to prove incorrect those who judged the medium as outdated. Painting continues and will continue to exist in its countless declinations. Sometimes Lauretta appears as an innovator, who wishes to reinvent painting. If, on one hand he