“Art is Now” exhibition in Florence showcases four contemporary artists’ visions of the human heart of painting

Galleria 360 in Florence hosts “Art is Now” a group exhibition of four international artists who use painting as a liberating and humanistic metaphor. Carina Fogde, (Sweden), Kathryn Hart, (US), Graeme Swanson, (Scotland), and David Whitfield (UK), exhibit paintings at the gallery in Florence, until the 22nd of May.

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Carina Fogde
Visit Carina Fogde’s website, linked here.

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Kathryn-Hart-Art-is-Now-Firenze-Mostra

Kathryn Hart
Visit Kathryn Hart’s website, linked here.

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Graeme Swanson
Visit Graeme Swanson’s website, linked here.

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David Whitfield
Visit David Whitfield’s website, linked here.

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Carina Fogde, Kathryn Hart, Graeme Swanson, and David Whitfield
“Art is Now”
Galleria 360
Until May 22nd, 2013
Via Il Prato 11R
Florence
Hours: from Tuesday through Sunday from 10am to 7pm.

Visit the gallery website, linked here, for more information.

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5 thoughts on ““Art is Now” exhibition in Florence showcases four contemporary artists’ visions of the human heart of painting

  1. A beautiful show, I’ve been and seen! Very harmonious, with all artists presenting a different vision and you are left with an interesting reflection on the various dimensions of the ‘human heart’: the ephemereal, the hidden, the expressive, the symbolic. Wonderful celebration of colour and thought, really worth seeing!

  2. I first came across the paintings of David Whitfield in a recent show at Agora Gallery in New York and found his work very interesting. You need to study the paintings for a while as there is more to them, than at first meets the eye.

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