‘Symbiosis’ by Gambina at Marino Marini in Florence – Tuscany

Review from 21/10 extracts the relationship between art and architecture

(ANSA) – FLORENCE, 18 OCT – A meditative investigation on the relationship between sculpture, painting, architecture and sacred art: this is what ‘Symbiosis’, the exhibition of the photographer and architect Fabio Gambina, which will open at the Marino Marini museum in Florence on October 21 (until January 17). The review, curated by Mario Nanni visiting director 2021, showcases 25 shots designed specifically for the museum that portray and explore the interiors.

Gambina photographed the works in the architectural context that welcomes them, enhancing the details of Marino Marini’s sculptures, in a symbiotic relationship between space and work. The representation is in black and white, to give maximum prominence to the form of light, underlining its being an artistic material in dialogue with the architecture and the works. The exhibition, explains a note, is created as part of metaluce, the program of initiatives that, through photography, works of art and words, reinterprets the museum as a place of interconnection between arts and an example of universal humanism. Three photographers involved: in addition to Gambina also Clara Melchiorre, who opened the exhibition with the Lumen exhibition (from 24 July to 18 October), and a third name still to be confirmed that she will close it in 2022. “The Marini museum in Florence is one of those examples in which the exhibition space is not in competition but in harmony with the works on display – comments Gambina – is the result of a skilful design work undertaken in the 1980s by Lorenzo Papi and Bruno Sacchi. architectural structure and its subsequent alterations have preserved their memory by proposing an intervention which, from the point of view of the paths of light and language, has determined an outcome of organicity between works and architectural space “. (HANDLE).