Family matters in florence

Family matters in Florence a very current exhibition

Family matters in Florence is the interesting exhibition which can be visited at the Centre for Contemporary Culture Strozzina of Palazzo Strozzi.

The project is an exciting journey that dissects the modern family dynamics, it will be open to the public until 20th July.

Protagonists are the works of eleven international artists: video, installations and photographs that help to deconstruct concepts and structures, through autobiographical notes and authorial freedom.
The projects on display are by Guy Ben-Ner, Sophie Calle, Jim Campbell, John Clang, Nan Goldin, Courtney Kessel, Ottonella Mocellin and Nicola Pellegrini, Trish Morrissey, Hans Op de Beeck, Chrischa Oswald and Thomas Struth.

The works allow to analyse the mother-daughter relationships, the meanings of the terms father, mother, son, matters, problems and the comparison between the individualism of the modern era and life in a community.

Entrance by payment.

Hours: From Tuesday to Sunday, 10:00 to 20:00; on Thursday 10:00 to 23:00; Closed on Mondays.

4 April 2016