Other - Event posted by elena
Dominated by the great revolution of the surrealist movement, the Paris of the Thirties is considered by Breton and his followers as the place of the wonderful.
The frenetic, magical and international climate of the French capital (before being broken by the Nazi occupation in June 1940) will be described through a journey through the places and the key personalities of the artistic and literary avant-garde of the time. The Shakespeare & Co bookshop, the cafés and theaters of Montparnasse, the passages described by Louis Aragon, the galleries and merchants of the banks of the banks and the left bank.
Alice Ensabella is a researcher and teacher at the Université de Grenoble, where she recently obtained her PhD in Contemporary Art History in collaboration with the La Sapienza University of Rome. His research leads to the development of the art market between Paris and the United States in the period between wars, with particular attention to surrealist art. For several years he has collaborated with the Archivio dell'Arte Metafisica of Milan and with the Magnani Rocca Foundation of Parma, where he is curating the exhibition De Chirico and Savinio. A modern mythology (March 16, 2019 - June 30, 2019).
Tuesday, February 5 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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