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During its first year of activity, the LdM Gallery has hosted the following students’ exhibitions:

March 23, 2022

Baptistery_A

Exhibitions, LdM Florence, LdM Gallery, Students

The exhibition Baptistry_A is intended to be an homage to one of the symbolic monuments of Florence, the “beautiful San Giovanni”, as defined by Dante Alighieri, “the most beautiful monument of the world”, as declared by the architect...

February 15, 2021

LdM Journal

Exhibitions, LdM Gallery, Students

The pandemic caused the Spring 2020 semester to take an unexpected turn, with our students having to head home and classes resuming remotely. Today, we can look back with pride on what is possibly one of the most challenging times we...

January 18, 2021

Resili-ART

Exhibitions, LdM Gallery

Resilience is the psychological ability to overcome hardship. Along with the concept of overcoming, it also entails that of personal growth. The works featured in this exhibition have been created during a period of both worldwide and...

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More information on the upcoming exhibitions on the LdM Gallery’s Facebook page and Instagram account.

The LdM Gallery is a project by Istituto Lorenzo de’ Medici, a space where academic research and artistic experimentation meet within a professional setting.

Founded in 1973, Istituto Lorenzo de’ Medici prides itself with having core values aimed towards ensuring students achieve the skills necessary to creatively meet the challenges of their respective fields, skills accomplished through interdisciplinary projects and engagement within the professional sector, as well as through the interaction with the local community.

The LdM Gallery closely aides in working towards this goal, creating an efficient space for showcasing interdisciplinary fields of art within the school and collaborating with high-level projects organized in the city of Florence.

The overall mission of the LdM Gallery is to encourage the development of creativity and sophistication within the student body, generate an open dialogue between students and the public, and foster opportunities for students to experience the reality of the art world beyond an institutional setting and gain professional experience through their artwork.