It seem like an out of time combination between one of the greatest Italian designers and the golden age of art and culture in Florence and beyond. Nevertheless they are joint together in a Florentine, Aldo Fallai , certainly one of the most talented photographers of our time, which is honored by his home town with a great exhibition, entitled : “Aldo Fallai . From Giorgio Armani to the Renaissance“.
Il the work of Fallai is central the collaboration with Giorgio Armani, an artistic exchange lasted 28 years, for whom Fallai produced the photographic campaigns that marked the golden years of the Made in Italy. Those shots captured seductive and sensual women but at the same time they seems to be modern, independent, leaders in their own lives and their own decisions. When the Italian fashion designer became a worldwide fashion trned, the Armani suits for women became the symbol of this revolution and Fallai told it more anyone else: his mythical black and white images of beautiful women with a great look, low-heels, soft trousers in silk, velvet gloves . The exhibition continues with a section dedicated to the art of the Renaissance and the sixteenth century Tuscan . In short, a tribute from Florence to a Florentine artist whose art has its roots in the Renaissance history of the city as a backdrop and inspires his work , including portraits of divas and wonderful suggestions. In these shots you enclose all the magic of Italy and its great beauty , some people even say that this exhibition marks the “return of Made in Italy in Florence, and the return of the great fashion that was born here .” Absolutely not to be missed, you have time to visit it until March 16 at the Museum and the Villa Bardini in Florencealdo-fallai-armani-rinascimento-mostra-firenze06-620x350.