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Hirst Exhibition in Florence

March 31, 2011

Hirst Exhibition in Florence. Hotel Brunelleschi is located in the centre of Florence near the Cathedral. This 4 star hotel is the right place to enjoy the city’s cultural life, such as the Hirst Exhibition in Florence.

The famous masterpiece of Damien Hirst “For the Love of God” is now in Palazzo Vecchio in Florence. An exhibition of the English artist is now located in Palazzo Vecchio in the heart of Florence. For the Love of God is a platinum skull covered by diamonds. The exhibition in Florence dedicated to Damien Hirst is open till May 1st 2011. You have still time to see this unique exhibition!

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“For the Love of God” is a memento mori which remembers to all the visitors the emptiness and the fragility of human life. This work of art is a provocation, a cult object which enters in the modern art world with the strength of the symbol of the end. It is not Damien Hirst’s first provocation. This English artist has an unusual vision of art.

Hirst Exhibition in Florence is an unique opportunity to see the masterpieces of the author of the Shark and of the Natural History series. These works of art present dead animals in formalin preservation. With his work For the Love of God, Damien Hirst continues his particular vision of death and mixes it with the sarcasm of the vanity of wealth.

Hirst Exhibition in Florence: Book now Hotel Brunelleschi’s special offer!

If you want to visit the Hirst Exhibition in Florence, you can book the special offer of Hotel Brunelleschi in the centre of Florence. The hotel is the right location to reach easily the Hirst Exhibition in Florence, which is located in Palazzo Vecchio.
Have a look to Hotel Brunelleschi’s special offers and be prepared to see an unique exhibition: this English artist does not leave anyone indifferent.

Open until May 1st 2011 in Palazzo Vecchio.
The Hirst Exhibition in Florence

hirst exhibition in florence

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