From 2015 through 2019 the Archivio Giuliano Ghelli, in collaboration with critics and historians who knew and supported Ghelli in his career (view curriculum vitae), organized numerous posthumous exhibitions of the artist’s work. Between 2020 and 2022 the Archivio’s work went on hold, given the covid situation. In 2023 we have the pleasure of participating, together with various municipal officials, in the opening of a new collection of contemporary art including a dozen works by Ghelli on permanent display at the Museum of San Casciano in Val di Pesa.
February 25th, 2023, 4:30 pm: Inauguration of a new collection of contemporary art, in the Lucia Bagni Room of the Museum of San Casciano in Val di Pesa, Via Lucardesi, 6.
March 8th – April 29th 2022: Villa Arrivabene, Florence. “Madre Terra” curated by Simone Teschioni Gallo. Open Mon – Fri 8:20am – 1pm and Tue and Thu afternoons 3pm – 5pm.
April 25th – May 19th 2019: Villa Arrivabene, Biblioteca Dino Pieraccioni and Biblioteca Mario Luzi, Florence. “Leonardo da Vinci in the Works of Giuliano Ghelli”.
April 7th – May 20th 2018: Sala del Basolato, Fiesole. “The unpublished Ghelli. An artist at play amongst Florentine contemporaries in works from 1963 to 1983″.
June 25th – July 30th 2017: Museo di Arte Sacra, San Piero in Bossolo, Tavarnelle Val di Pesa. “Giuliano Ghelli. I segni della memoria”.
March 4th – April 30th 2017: Teatro Niccolini, Firenze. “Giuliano Ghelli. Genius Loci, Fiabe dipinte”.
December 3rd 2016 – January 29th 2017: Exhibition Space San Michele degli Scalzi, Pisa. “Giuliano Ghelli. Genius Loci, Fiabe dipinte”.
May 29th – June 2nd 2016: Badia a Passignano, Tavarnelle Val di Pesa (province of Florence), “Arte e Vino 2016″.
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