Center of Contemporary Culture Strozzina, Florence
The CCC Strozzina – Center of Contemporary Culture of Palazzo Strozzi in Florence was opened in 2007 and is part of the Palazzo Strozzi Foundation.
The centre hosts temporary exhibitions and events focused on contemporary art.
Along with exhibitions, the CCCS also organizes also various events: workshops, lectures and meeting with artists. The CCCS education department organizes guided tours for schools and learning classes. Since its opening, the CCC Strozzina has exhibited works of such international artists as Bill Viola, William Kentridge, Dan Perjovschi, Damien Hirst, Cindy Sherman, Andreas Gursky, Wolfgang Tillmans, Antony Gormley and Gerhard Richter.
Above: “American Dreamers” installation view, CCC Strozzina, Firenze, Nick Cave, Courtesy l’artista e Jack Shainman Gallery, New York (foto Martino Margheri)
Below: A chi non piace guardare il cielo? (Who Doesn’t Like Gazing at the Sky?) by Franco Menicagli, 1st event of a series dedicated to contemporary art, organised by the CCC Strozzina (Centre of Contemporary Culture Strozzina). Four site-specific installations for the courtyard of Palazzo Strozzi, October 2014/ January 2015.
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