Michelangelo, Flash and soul

Michelangelo in the photos of Aurelio Amendola

Querceta, Henraux. Curated by Mario Botta.

Summer 2018 was both for Henraux and the Foundation, a moment of great excitement. In addition to the inauguration of the new showroom, whose project bears the signature of Studio Archea, Florence, and of the fourth edition of the International Sculpture Prize, itself a harbinger of many changes, the old sawmill was transformed into an evocative exhibition space that showcased Aurelio Amendola’s extraordinary photographs dedicated to Michelangelo.
Curated by Architect Mario Botta, the exhibition celebrated five hundred years of the transfer of Michelangelo from Carrara to Seravezza.
We look back on this cherished moment with the texts that the curator Mario Botta and Paolo Carli wrote for the occasion.

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