“Tatiana Stadnichenko: Broken Windows” in SACI’s Maidoff Gallery through April 8, 2017


Tatiana Stadnichenko: “Broken Windows”

Tatiana Stadnichenko: Broken Windows

Through April 8, 2017

SACI’s Maidoff Gallery, Florence

Broken Windows opened in SACI’s Maidoff Gallery last week with video projections and installations by Tatiana Stadnichenko, a Russian artist, recently graduated from the Bergen Academy of Art in Norway. Her work explores the physical and mental boundaries of public spaces through architectural details, stored in our collective memory. She examines how the moving images of urban places can act as abstract contemplations of spaces. She investigates how urban landscapes are shaping our identity, lifestyle, and behavior in the historical point of time when migration, nomadism, globalization, and the mix of nations are reaching a critical point. Read more about Tatiana and her work.

For more information about her work, see Tatiana’s website.


Via Sant’Egidio, 14, Florence – ITALY

Open Monday – Friday, 9am – 7pm
Saturday and Sunday, 1 – 7pm
Admission is free


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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