“Aldo Fallai. From Giorgio Armani to the Renaissance. Photographs from 1978 to 2013” through March 16, 2014

Photographs by Aldo Fallai for Giorgio Armani

Photographs by Aldo Fallai for Giorgio Armani

The first great retrospective exhibition of work by Florentine photographer, Aldo Fallai, at the Villa Bardini and Museo Bardini through March 16, 2014, represents Fallai’s complete career from 1978 to the present in Aldo Fallai. From Giorgio Armani to the Renaissance.

If you have ever flipped through a fashion magazine, you probably have seen his images without knowing the photographer. Aldo Fallai caught the attention of the fashion world at the end of the 1970s, greatly due to his collaboration with designer Giorgio Armani, with whom he helped create one of the most important photographic advertising campaigns in recent decades. Fallai was not only photographing models, but he was creating an image and lifestyle of a whole society and generation based on Italian design. By the 1980s, Fallai was framing a classy image of the era. Around the same time, Armani’s suit for women created a seductive symbol of strength and power.

A section dedicated to Tuscany in the 16th century presents the exhibition within a Renaissance context.

Villa Bardini, Florence

Villa Bardini, Florence

Aldo Fallai. From Giorgio Armani to the Renaissance.

January 10 – March 16, 2014

Villa Bardini
Costa San Giorgio 2 – Florence, ITALY

Hours: Tuesday – Sunday 10am-7pm
Tickets: €6-8 (reduced with ticket to Museum)

Museo Bardini
Via de’ Renai 37 – Florence, ITALY

Hours: Friday – Monday 11am-5pm
Tickets: €6

T +39 055 2638599







About SACI

SACI is a US non-profit College of Art and Design in Florence, Italy, for undergraduate and graduate students seeking accredited instruction in studio art, design, conservation, art history, and Italian language and culture. Founded in 1975, SACI offers the following programs: Academic Semester/Year Abroad, Summer Studies, Venice Summer Program, Post-Bac in Conservation, MFA in Studio Art, MA in Art History.

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