September 10th, 2020 The Arno’s Ancient Green Is Holy Not Color by Joel Werring
In Spring 2020, the LdM Gallery should have hosted visiting artist Joel Werring, professor at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York. Although we could not physically host the exhibition for obvious reasons, at the start of this academic year, we wish to celebrate the work he accomplished during the lockdown (February-May 2020) while looking forward to meeting Joel and his family again.
February 18th, 2020 SUPPER, SLEEP, AND SORROW
SUPPER, SLEEP AND SORROW is an exhibition dedicated to the work of Sikelela Owen that grapples with communal sharing, faded histories and rest.
December 20th, 2019 IMAGO
IMAGO originates from an open call launched at the beginning of Fall 2019 Semester to all the LdM Photography students.
December 20th, 2019 GEOMETREE
GEOMETREE is a collection of graphic design posters, developed between Fall 2018 and Fall 2019 by Istituto Lorenzo de’ Medici’s Graphic Design students.
September 19th, 2019 Ghosting
GHOSTING collects the works of five emergent artists, and it has been organized in collaboration with Associazione Culturale Forme.
September 19th, 2019 Perpetual Adage
PERPETUAL ADAGE collects the main works of LdM Alumnus and visual artist, Alexander Salazar. The artworks reflect upon the concepts of time and transformation.
June 10th, 2019 VIRTUALITY – Images from a pixelated reality
VIRTUALITY collects the main works of a LdM Alumna, Lovisa Rönngren. The main theme is exploring the way reality is shaped by online information and interaction.
VISIONS explored a wide variety of illustrations, clothing, digital printing and experimental designs through the eyes of LdM’s fashion students.
May 20th, 2019 Art is in The Square 2019
LdM students took over Piazza San Lorenzo in this yearly display of art, design and fashion. Dance and music performances were also held in Via Faenza 43.
Studies about the cultural life of Florence at the turn of the seventeenth century usually concentrate on the Medici court, the various academies, or the confraternities, and less on the role of patrician families who had sustained both the economy and the society since late medieval times.