The exhibition “Letters to the Blue” by Raffello Lucci in the setting of the rooms of the Medici Fortress of Arezzo
An exhibition that tells the art of the Master from Arezzo, fully enhanced by the suggestive backdrop offered by the Fortress, with an art journey composed of informal and highly original works. It provides an exhibition path that allows viewing and listening from the virtual to the stones and vice versa, enhancing the color of the artist’s works. Raffaello Lucci is an artist originally from Arezzo, born in 1948. In his long career, he trained by practicing drawing from life and copying the great classics. However, his research led him to a very personal stylistic signature based on an abstract-informal language. Lucci reconstructs the sensible reality through perfect balances of colors. His compositions are built through chromatic zones that reflect a pure sensitivity with a lucid and rational character. Lucci’s experimentation also involves the written word as a sign-symbolic and mysterious element that further contextualizes his abstract expressionism.
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, 11 AM – 7 PM
Saturday, Sunday, and Holidays, 10 AM – 8 PM
Last admission: 30 minutes before closing
Regular / € 8,00
Reduced / € 4,00 (over 65, FAI members, Coop members, Touring Club members, from 6 to 24 years old, residents of the Municipality of Arezzo)
Free / (under 6 years old, journalists, tour guides, teachers with school groups, people with disabilities and their companion)