Bill Viola. Electronic Renaissance
Bill Viola. Electronic Renaissance is a significant exhibition celebrating the unchallenged master of video art, presented as an innovative dialogue between Viola’s work and remarkable artworks by the great masters of the past, from whom he has drawn his inspiration. The exhibition is on view at the Palazzo Strozzi, Florence from 10 March–23 July 2017.
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