Sculpture and Scrutiny: Public Art and Public Opinion in Florence

24 febbraio 2021 - 18:00

Virtual Wednesday Lecture, on Zoom

by Jeremy Boudreau

 

This talk addresses Florence's long history of problematic and controversial public sculpture from the late Middle Ages through the 21st century. Whether you've arrived recently or have called Florence home for some time, we're sure you'll look at the art of the city with a new perspective, either strolling the centre’s parks and squares, or stuck in traffic on your daily commute!

Please note:  this lecture was first given to a small audience in the Sala Ferragamo 8 October 2019

 

To join this  lecture with Zoom (no reservation necessary), simply click on this link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85365498995?pwd=TTIrMmNoVS9hSVp6Y0pYK29Ba0JqZz09 at 18:00 on Wednesday 24th February. 

 

There is no charge to attend the event on Zoom, but we ask you to consider making a donation to support the Institute and its beautiful library if you wish to attend an event.

DONATE HERE