Berlin of the 1920s Art Cities. The capitals of 20th century art

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Address: Viale della Repubblica, 277, Prato

Date: Tuesday 29 January 21:00 - 23:30


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With Giuseppe Di Natale and Luca Barni

Although torn by the great war, after the end of the Germanic Empire and the establishment of the Weimar Republic, in the 1920s Berlin experienced a great artistic and cultural impetus, thanks to the economic expansion and a special law that made it the city largest industrial plant in Europe.
The golden age of the capital, characterized by different ways of interpreting artistic creation, had opened with the inauguration of the famous Dada Fair and with the emergence of photomontage as a new medium, and then expanded to the trends of the New Objectivity, until, in the first years of the third decade, the establishment of a Berlin-based Bauhaus headquarters.


Giuseppe Di Natale graduated from the University of Florence, where he obtained a Ph.D. in History of Art. He specialized at the University of Siena, he carried out research at the University of Florence and the Institut National d'Histoire de l'Art in Paris, and attended the specialization courses in Museology at the École du Louvre. . He published the results of his studies (among others on Courbet, Matisse, Duchamp, De Chirico, Surrealism and Informal) in national and international scientific journals, and participated in numerous conferences and conferences in Europe (including the Tate Modern and at the Center Pompidou), United States and Japan. From 2013 to 2016 he was Curator at the Palazzo dei Diamanti in Ferrara, while from the end of 2016 he wrote for the "Corriere Fiorentino" and is a contract professor in History of Contemporary Art at the Prato Science Center and the University of Urbino .

Luca Barni graduated in History and Criticism of Cinema at the Faculty of Letters and Philosophy of the University of Florence. He is a film programmer and curator, an independent operator and a Bazinian cineclubbist. At the Centro Pecci he is curator and programmer of the Cinema Department.


Tuesday 29 January at 21.00

€ 5 single meeting
4 € Centro Pecci members and UniCoopFirenze members
Free admission for unemployed and students of all levels (documented)
€ 35 full-cycle ticket

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