After the great summer success, Novecento Live is back in rerun: four encounters that weave storytelling and performance to experience the encounter with the art and artists of the twentieth century, overcoming the knowledge connected only to their works.
The events of Novecento live by MUS.E devote their attention precisely to the life and poetics of some of the great protagonists of Italian art of the twentieth century, well represented in the Florentine civic collections. The meetings are structured as real stories, to which the visual representation in the form of a “still image” will be intertwined live. In the interweaving of narration and performance, each appointment will thus allow you to approach the biographical, poetic and historical events of the different characters in a particularly engaging way, capturing their particularities and curiosities.
The calendar opens with the eclectic Severo Pozzati to continue with Arturo Martini, to whom an exhibition in the museum is dedicated, with Filippo De Pisis, getting lost in its depths and mysteries and with the lively Gino Severini. Finally, to realize how much everything concerns us and unites us: “there are those who live in time that has touched them / ignoring that time is reversible / like a typewriter tape. / Those who dig into the past can understand / that past and future are just / a millionth of a moment apart. “(Eugenio Montale)
This is the schedule of appointments:
⇒ Sunday, October 24 at 3.00 pm, Severo Pozzati, curated by Federica Berti and Marco Salvucci
⇒ Sunday, November 7 at 3.00 pm, Arturo Martini, curated by Valentina Zucchi and Marco Salvucci
⇒ Sunday, November 21 at 15:00, Filippo De Pisis, curated by Elisabetta Stumpo and Marco Salvucci
⇒ Sunday, December 5 at 15:00, Gino Severini, curated by Giaele Monaci and Marco Salvucci
Novecento live events are possible thanks to the precious support of American Express, GIOTTO – love brand of F.I.L.A. Fabbrica Italiana Lapis ed Affini, Tenderly – brand of Lucart Spa, Officina Profumo Farmaceutica of Santa Maria Novella and Unicoop Firenze.
For who: for young people and adults
Where: Museo Novecento, piazza Santa Maria Novella 10 Florence
Duration: about 1 hour
The meeting is free to attend, reservations are required.
There is no access to the rooms of the Museum, possibly for a fee.
For info and reservations:
The service is active from Monday to Saturday from 9.30 to 13.00 and from 14.00 to 17.00. Sundays and holidays from 9.30 to 12.30.