After the success at the National Museum of Malì in Bamako (exhibition organized by the Spanish Embassy in Malì) the exhibition of the Spanish artist Irene Lopez de Castro arrives in Florence. Graduated in Painting at the Faculty of Fine Arts of the Complutense University of Madrid, Irene Lopez de Castro (Madrid, 1967) returns after an absence on Italian territory of about 10 years, and brings with her on this extraordinary occasion, a selection of about twenty works that belong to this last production cycle: paintings that are the result of over twenty years of travels in Africa. The exhibition, curated by Riccardo Ferrucci for Casa d’Arte San Lorenzo is inaugurated, in the presence of Eugenio Giani President of the Regional Council of Tuscany, Saturday 17 March (5 pm) at Palazzo Bastogi (via Cavour 18) in Florence.

The exhibition, organized in collaboration with C.R.A. – Art Collection Center and FuoriLuogo – Art Services, will remain open to visitors, with free admission, until 31 March 2018.