The first retrospective on Marino Marini’s sculptures has taken up suitable residence at Palazzo Fabroni, in Pistoia. The “Passioni Visivi” exhibition examines all the phases of the Pistoia-born artist’s output from the 1920s to the 1970s. Comprised of ten sections, the impressive show places Marini’s masterworks next to masterpieces from Ancient Greece, Imperial China and Etruscan times. A highlight of Pistoia’s year as the Italian Capital of Culture, the exhibition’s next stop is Venice’s Peggy Guggenheim Collection.


Passioni Visivi

Palazzo Fabroni, via di S.Andrea 18, Pistoia

Until January 7, 2018

Open Monday to Friday 10am-8pm, Saturday 10am-10pm, Sunday 10am-8pm

Tickets 12 euro, reduced 9 euro

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