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Pontormo and Rosso Fiorentino in Florence and Tuscany

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On the occasion of the exhibition Pontormo and Rosso Fiorentino. Diverging Paths of Mannerism, at Palazzo Strozzi in Florence (March 8-July 20 2014), Tuscany celebrates and discovers two extraordinary artists. “Different twins,” born in the same year, 1494, in places not far from one another: Jacopo Carucci in Pontorme, the village near Empoli that lent him his nickname, and Giovan Battista di Jacopo, known as Rosso Fiorentino perhaps because of his red hair, in the shadow of Brunelleschi’s dome in Florence. Although they started out in the same artistic environment, the two painters took career paths that would distance them from one another, becoming lodestars for patrons of opposing political factions and each preferring different experimental expressive means in early-sixteenth-century Florence and Europe. This guide follows Pontormo and Rosso Fiorentino – the most anti-conformist and open-minded of the protagonists of a new conception of art in the period Giorgio Vasari called the “modern manner” – in their peregrinations in Florence and Tuscany.

2014, cm 15 × 21, pp. 104, ill.  colors, softcover

 

ISBN 978-88-6394-066-4

Leonardo was not a vegetarian. From Leonardo’s shopping list to Enrico Panero’s recipes

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Alessandro Vezzosi and Agnese Sabato tell us

what the Tuscan genius really said, did and wrote

about food, nutrition and cooking.

Enrico Panero, Chef of Ristorante Da Vinci,

Eataly Florence, interprets Leonardo’s tastes

with 15 new recipes presented by Annamaria Tossani

and photographed by Yari Marcelli.

Davide Paolini leads the reader to discover

the art of cooking from Leonardo to the present day.

Cristina Acidini highlights the secret and sublime poetry

of the world’s best-known Last Supper.

 

2015, cm 20 × 24, pp. 192, illustrazioni a colori, softcover

 

ISBN: 978-88-6394-101-2

In the Boboli Garden

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Discovering the Boboli Garden

Today I really feel like going for a nice walk in the Boboli

Gardens. Do you know the place? Seen from above, it looks

like a giant ice cream cone, or the prow of a ship. You can

say it’s in the center of Florence, since it used to be contained

inside the ancient city walls completed in the first half of the

fourteenth century. And yet it’s enormous, waiting to be explored.

Feel like coming along? Come on, just follow me…

 

2015, cm 15 × 21, pp. 120, illustrazioni in b/n e a colori, softcover

 

ISBN 978-88-6394-094-7

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