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Florence Exhibitions: Controverses, a legal and ethical history of photography

May 5, 2011

Florence Exhibitions: Controverses. Florence Hotel Brunelleschi, a luxury 4 star hotel located in the heart of the historical centre of Florence, is happy to suggest you the first and only Italian stage of the “Controverses – A legal and ethical history of photography” exhibition.

From March 11th to June 5th 2011 the Alinari Brothers Foundation for the History of Photography presents at the MNAF of Florence the first and only Italian stage of this exhibition which has been realized in partnership with the Musée de l’Elysée of Lausanne.

Florence Exhibitions: Controverses
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The exhibition has been until now very successful with public and critique in its international tour in some of the main European cities such as Lausanne, Paris, Brussels, Vienna, is now in Florence and will go after in Prague and last in Australia.
The exhibition includes about 70 photographs and other videos which caused a scandal: discussed and polemical snapshots, often finished in court and which provoked “controversies”. Some of the snapshots are those of Oliviero Toscani representing a priest kissing a nun, the photograph of Aldo Moro under the star of BR, the photograph of the first steps of man on the moon and more.

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Florence Exhibitions: Controverses

Florence Hotel Brunelleschi, located in the centre of Florence, is the ideal place where to stay for those who are interested in Florence Exhibitions: Controverses, as it is only ten minutes by foot from the Alinari National Museum of Photography (MNAF) located in Santa Maria Novella square, close to the Cathedral of Florence.

Florence Exhibitions: Controverses, A legal and ethical history of photography.

Essential Info: Opening time at the Alinari National Museum of Photography (MNAF) (March 11th – June 5th 2011):
Every day from 10 a.m. to 6.30 p.m.
Closed on Wednesdays.
For further information see and learn more about Florence Exhibitions: Controverses

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