Everyone knows it, Florence preserves the greatest amount of art in the world works. We even underground with works never seen by the public and not enough venues where expose them. The Florentine, however refuses to be away from challenges and get to conceive of the way as a museum for works that the whole world envies us. The Florentine hole, this is the name of this exhibition show that I hope to make you appreciate with some pictures. I can not expose you every single work, but I was able to gather a selection of the most representative who will surely appreciate. And let in too long preambles and begin the photographic roundup.

The first works that we present are crumbling artist Sgetol Giorget, a contemporary who demonstrates meticulous in buchesca progression.

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The work is called “The beginning of the hole” of renowned artist Sgretol Giorget. It may be noted that although it is an early work already has the artistic qualities required to evolve according to the classic values of the completed hole.
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Buca evolving” demonstrates how the progressivity of Sgretol Giorget both thoughtful and meticulous, leaves no doubt about the evolution of vacuous time though stabilizing moment by moment.







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The crowned the storm path makes the work of Sgretol Giorget complete and reaches its apotheosis in “Buca with patch” where the artist not only highlights the repair attempt, but the continuing evolution buchesca.

Other artists address the issue without a temporal evolution but by scoring the work than other road components, making the most fascinating subject. I’m a prime example the works of Tombin de’ Annassi as you can see from these three pictures that do not describe pathos to the hilt.

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Manhole in the hole” is one of the major works of Tombin de’ Annassi. A work that enhances the intrinsic hazard of the art often pushing toward the imperfect road research.
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Also in this work by the name “Hole with edge” the master Tombin de’ Annassi highlights the inherent danger itself, a potentially fatal jolt.







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Tombin de’ Anna It is shown in this work by the name “Hole zebra” who manages to diversify artistically moving away from the classic cliche expanding also to other dangers.

Another truly versatile artist is Nard Comun that manages to combine the artistic theme with natural and existing elements. Definitely one step ahead of his teachers as Mattia Ranzizi. These three of his works.

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Hole with porphyry” is a classic work of Nard Comun. Current and at the same time ancient, past and present simultaneously represented. Notice the highlighted edges gradually bringing out even three temporal layers.
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Hole with the earth” expresses the great desire to Nard Comun get closer to nature, discover ancient yet fertile land. Note the proximity to vegetable elements such as to indicate the primordial.








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Finally “Hole evolved with pocket patch stones” where Nardel Comun touches the apotheosis going beyond the bare ground to get to the stone time and enhances the duality with the human attempt to counter the return to the origins.

We come finally to the undisputed master of all these artists, one from which each drew inspiration, Mattia Ranzizi. Despite the evolution of this local artist who has become a national he can still be felt today in Florence his artistic vein called Bomba. His vision is indeed wider and ranges in large exploding descriptions in the show.

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This early work by Mattia Ranzizzi called “Pedestrian hole” already denotes its broad view, not limited local work but designated artistic works of greater commitment and relief.
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Repetitive hole” still wider and wider horizons. From this work Mattia Ranzizi is already projected as a national artist and with international visions that already as we will come to affect the global financial galleries.













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Bucheggiando” is a work of extremely wide vision, perhaps the apotheosis artist before he left Florence for Roman art galleries. In addition to the hole in the work we can already see its propensity to hide while highlighting. Florentine works like these have left their mark in Florence and influenced his disciples.

In the end this artistic overview we can not but thank the Municipality of Florence to the constancy with which preserves these works to make them accessible to the Florentines and tourists all of which will certainly bring back home their amazement in front of such works. This is what today makes us proud Florentine citizens, know that despite the glorious past Florence is still artistically a step forward in the world so as to make us envy with several improvements on Swan both Roman and Milanese that of many other Italian cities.

[cml_media_alt id='32']Jacopo Cioni[/cml_media_alt]
Jacopo Cioni
Works of art Florentine: the holes.

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