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Last updated: 6 May, 2018

1. New Home

FUA AUF Gallery
Learning Lab

Corridoio Fiorentino is to serve students, faculty and professional artists by preserving, collecting, exhibiting, and fostering the understanding of works of art, at the highest possible scholarly standards.

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I Figli della Luna

sculptures by Matteo Bonetti

Vernissage Giovedì 17 nov, ore 18:30
Opening Thursday nov 17, 6:30pm

Corridoio Fiorentino 17 Nov – 7 Dic  2022 Ingresso gratuito tutti i giorni dalle 8:30 alle 21:30 Via Ricasoli 21, Firenze

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trasparenze
di simone de castro

Mostra pittorica di Simone De Castro, Head Pastry Chef di Fedora e docente di FUA-AUF. 

Vernissage Giovedì 20 Ottobre, ore 18:30 // Opening Thursday October 20, 6:30pm

OPENING APERITIVO: 18 Maggio ore 18:30
18 – 31 maggio 2022 

Mitad ceniza Mitad latido

UN DIALOGO PLASTICO ATTORNO ALLA POETICA DI JORGE EIELSON

Corridoio Fiorentino 18 – 31 maggio 2022 Ingresso gratuito tutti i giorni dalle 8:30 alle 21:30 Via Ricasoli 21, Firenze

Opening Thursday March 24, 6pm 

distinct Reality

Sergio Falco e Maurizio Villani

 

Florence University of the Arts – The American University of Florence will host an external artist exhibition featuring art by Maurizio Villani and Sergio Falco on March 24, 2022 at 6:00 p.m. The exhibit will be held in one of FUA-AUF’s main campus buildings: Via Ricasoli 21.

spring 2022

Final Students Exhibit

FUA -AUF è orgogliosa di presentare una mostra con i lavori dei corsi del semestre primaverile 2022. La mostra ospiterà le opere create dai corsi di arte, ceramica, fotografia e video making durante il semestre.

OPENING APERITIVO: 28 April 2021 – 18

SOLO EXHIBITAND PUBLICATION OF SOLO WORK

Exhibits FUA-AUF Career Photography Students

This series of solo exhibitions is the unbiased result of different and creative minds focusing on critical contemporary themes. Like alchemists, these young photographers take the heavy lead of everyday life and turn it into gold. (…) The artists displaying their projects today allow us to enter four realms of philosophic and social relevance, which touch on dissociation, emotional abuse, personal enlightenment, and the value of uniqueness. (…)

Opening Thursday March 24, 6pm 

distinct Reality

Sergio Falco e Maurizio Villani

 

Florence University of the Arts – The American University of Florence will host an external artist exhibition featuring art by Maurizio Villani and Sergio Falco on March 24, 2022 at 6:00 p.m. The exhibit will be held in one of FUA-AUF’s main campus buildings: Via Ricasoli 21.

GIANNI MANNOCCI E CATERINA PERRONE

Arte Diffusa

On February 10, Florence University of the Arts – The American Univesity of Florence hosted Gianni Mannocci and Caterina Perrone’s exhibition. The title of the collection, Arte Diffusa, symbolizes the diffusion of the artists’ emotions into their mixed media artworks consisting of sculptures, paintings and other mediums. 

Fall 2021 

BEHOLD

FUA-AUF Final Student Exhibit

Student Academic Involvment

Group and solo exhibits are meant to communicate a contemporary vision of digital arts and involve the community with the DIVA/IDEAS mission of interpreting and teaching arts through interactive digital media. Group and solo exhibits are meant to communicate a contemporary vision of digital arts and involve the community with the DIVA/IDEAS mission of interpreting and teaching arts through interactive digital media. Corridoio Fiorentino provides a physical venue and online presence for current and past exhibits created by established and emerging photographic artists through the assistance of FUA. Corridoio Fiorentino is to serve students, faculty and professional artists in the field of digital imaging by preserving, collecting, exhibiting, and fostering the understanding of works of art, at the highest possible scholarly standards.

Diluted by Lindsey Curabba

Diluted

by Lindsey Curabba

FUA-AUF Photography Student

Since 25 January 2022, I have been on 10 mg of Lexapro, an antidepressant medication used to treat my general anxiety disorder. As a result, most of my anxiety has resolved and is no longer manifested in ways that disrupt my everyday life. However, it has come with other changes in my brain chemistry that make it difficult to decide if they are worth taking. In order to make a decision like that, I would have to assess what is most important to me. Through this project, I hope to make that more clear for myself as well as other people going through a similar experience.

Diluted explores the version of myself that I have became, somewhat less of the person I was before. It dives into three main aspects of my life where I have felt the most dissociated: sex, relationships/friendships, and my own body and consciousness.

Dissociation and indifference toward the people and experiences in my life has been the most noticeable result of the medication, even more so than the lack of anxiety. It has began to affect the people in my life and be prominent to others apart from myself. I have also dissociated from sex in a more emotional sense as well as my body and consciousness. With relationships, I am lucky enough to be open with the people I am closest to. This allows them to try and understand the way I have been acting. This helps to alleviate some of the guilt I have been experiencing. The two aspects that only involve myself are far more difficult because it is something I have to face alone, which has been isolating.

These emotions have been the foundation on which Diluted has emerged. My own performative act of having to convince myself that I can still have fun and enjoy living, feel something, mirrors the need to use performance as an instrument to achieve authentic emotion.

 

Bio: Lindsey Curabba (2000)  is a multimedia artist specializing in photography and design based in New Jersey. She works with both mediums, sometimes blending the two and other times keeping them separate. In her recent artwork, she uses film photography so as to tell a story and a process in and of itself. Recurring themes include; identity, sexuality, and her own feminine and queer experience. Her art aims at creating a safe environment for open and honest conversations. She hopes to make relatable work and create shared experiences with her and her viewers.

Growing Animosity By Carly Frommer

Growing Animosity

by Carly Frommer

FUA-AUF Photography Student

Growing Animosity is a series of photographs that narrates a story of a doomed relationship, consumed by emotional abuse. Rather than creating a film, a cinematic experience is achieved by means of photography. The body of work features a four-stages series of images portraying a relationship’s journey. The first phase represents the honeymoon period, where all is well amongst the happy couple. The second and third phase show the downfall of the relationship, while the fourth and final phase deals with the end of the relationship and the woman left alone. This idea stems from the realization that a toxic understanding of love can be harmful.

The woman is shown being treated poorly alongside an abusive male, and then emphasis is placed on the detrimental effects the emotional abuse created on her mental health during daily life cycles. A digital camera set to a high ISO is used in order to create a grain effect, giving the story a vintage effect. The consistent use of warm tones also contributes to the vintage and retro

Bio: Carly Frommer (2002) is a New York City and Florence based visual artist. Her artwork conveys a narrative portrayed through composition. Using a digital camera and a classic processing technique, Frommer creates vintage and retro style photographs in a storyboard format. Common themes in her work include relationships, sexuality, and femininity, often bringing attention to somber, uncomfortable, and sensitive topics. Currently, she is obtaining a BA in Digital Media and Visual Communications with a focus on Photography at the Florence University of the Arts – The American University in Florence.

Daniela by Taylor Samuels

Daniela

by Taylor Samuels

FUA-AUF Photography Student

On a walk through Florence during fall of 2021, I stumbled across Daniela’s salon. I found it to be quite cute and instantly recognized just how she incorporated her own identity into her small business through its style and her relationship with her clients. I began to spend time with her and her clients, shooting photos of what I experienced with them. Her openness and warmheartedness allows her long-term clients to feel comfortable and confident in getting their hair done while also having a genuine personal experience with a friend. This body of work explores the power of one’s identity and the impact that their relationship with clients has on their business, and in turn what effect that has on their career overall.
These photos were shot naturally, because not only was I there capturing these moments, but I was very much a part of the moments. I had the pleasure of getting to know Daniela and meeting a handful of her close-knit clients as well. I could see the connection she had with everyone, and how she made me feel just as welcomed to be there, too.
The series includes a combination of portraits, candid photos, and setting imagery to show sincere moments between everyone in the salon, while also getting a feel for the familiar environment around them. With Daniela as the main subject, the viewer can tell by her expressions and poses just how warm and welcoming she is. One of my main influences for this body of work was the role that my own hairdresser played throughout my life. Since he is also my mother’s hairdresser, I have gone to him since a young age and he has watched me grow up in a way that not many people have. The bond you can have with people you connect during this intimate practice is surely unique and the comfort they give you is what makes it such a nice experience. The photo that represents this feeling the most is oDaniela’s client, B rigetta, looking at her lovingly. This image really shows just how special this role is, and how Daniela plays an important role in her life through this relationship that is more than just business .
Throughout the series of photos, it can be seen that powerful small business owners can achieve not only success within their business, but fulfillment from their career when being themselves, valuing the relationships they have, and making their clientele feel highly cared for.

Artist Bio: Born in Massachusetts in 1998, Taylor Samuels is a photographer shooting mostly digital fashion and documentary-style bodies of work. She is now graduating with a BA in Digital Media from Florence University of the Arts. Her art explores themes such as identity, genuinity, and personal style. She strives to capture fashion-esque outlooks of individuals through a documentary approach. The artist’s series “Daniela”, following a local Florentine hair stylist, will be exhibited at the Ganzo School Restaurant throughout May, 2022.

I figli della Luna

I figli della Luna

Sculture di Matteo Bonetti

EXHIBIT STATEMENT
Nella personale “I figli della luna”, MAB – al secolo Matteo Bonetti – vuole ripercorrere le tappe del suo percorso creativo ispirato al mondo classico e al mito. In particolare, attraverso le sue opere MAB ha voluto visualizzare le forme classiche di miti ed eroi della classicità attraverso l’utilizzo composito di materiali tradizionali, come terra, pietra e legno, assieme a materiali contemporanei, come metalli, resine e Corten.

In the solo exhibition, “I Figli della luna,” Mab – born Matteo Bonetti – wants to retrace the steps of his creative journey inspired by classical art and mythology. Through his artworks, Mab actualizes the classic forms of myths and heroes of classicism through the use of traditional materials, such as clay, stone, and wood, mixed with more contemporary materials, such as metals, resins and
Corten.

ARTIST BIO
Matteo Bonetti, in arte Mab, è nato a Morciano di R. il 01/04/1975 ed esercita la professione di avvocato presso il Foro di Rimini. Realizza i suoi lavori nel proprio laboratorio a San Clemente, un paese dell’entroterra riminese.
Ha frequentato per oltre dieci anni lo Studio del Maestro Umberto Corsucci a Montefiore Conca (RN), ove ha appreso i fondamenti della modellazione e della creazione plastica.
Si esprime principalmente attraverso l’utilizzo dell’argilla e delle terre in genere, spaziando anche nella ceramica, nella lavorazione del marmo, nell’utilizzo di resine e nella realizzazione di opere anche in bronzo. Nell’agosto del 2016 ha esposto l’opera in ceramica “Lo porterà l’onda” all’interno
della rassegna “Il bacio nella storia dell’arte”, allestita presso gli spazi espositivi del Misam di Montefiore Conca (RN). Nel dicembre 2017 ha esposto le proprie opere nel centro di Rimini. Nel 2020 ha partecipato alla XVII° EDIZIONE di “Rocca di Luna” con un’opera dedicata al cinema di Fellini. Dal 22 luglio 2022 al 16 agosto 2022 si è tenuta la personale di scultura delle opere di Mab presso lo spazio ‘Ex-Bubani’ nella centralissima Piazza del Popolo di Ravenna.
Attualmente sta realizzando il ciclo delle 12 fatiche di Ercole.

Matteo Bonetti, aka Mab, was born in Morciano di R. April 1st, 1975. Not only an artist, Mab is a practicing lawyer in the Rimini court system. Mab gives his art life in his workshop in San Clemente, a small town in the Rimini countryside. He was a student under Maestro Umberto Corsucci, in Montefiore Conca (RN) for over ten years, where he learned the fundamentals of modeling and plastic creation. Mab expresses himself, above all, through clay and natural earth modeling materials, but his art also ranges from ceramics to bronze works.
In August of 2016, he exhibited his ceramic work within the exhibition, “The kiss in the history of art,” at the Misam exhibition spaces in Montefiore Conca (RN). In 2017, he exhibited his works in the center of Rimini. In 2020 he participated in the 17th edition of “Rocca di Luna” with artwork dedicated to the cinematic work of Federic Fellini. In 2022, a solo sculpture exhibition of Mab’s works was held at the ‘Ex-Bubani’ space in Ravenna’s central Piazza del Popolo.
He is currently working on the cycle of the 12 Labors of Hercules.

 

L’INFAMIA DI CRETI

Corten, ferro, vetro, bronzo, terracotta
Corten, iron, glass, bronze, terracotta

[Dim 116x30x30 cm]

L’INFAMIA DI CRETI (2)

Corten, ferro, vetro, bronzo, terracotta
Corten, iron, glass, bronze, terracotta

[Dim 116x30x30 cm]

L’INFAMIA DI CRETI (3)

Corten, ferro, vetro, bronzo, terracotta
Corten, iron, glass, bronze, terracotta

[Dim 116x30x30 cm]

UN CAVALLO DI TROIA 

Bronzo, legno di ulivo
Bronze, olive tree wood

[Dim 27x20x15 cm]

UN CAVALLO DI TROIA (2)

Bronzo, legno di ulivo

Bronze, olive tree wood

[Dim 27x20x15 cm]

UN CAVALLO DI TROIA (3)

Bronzo, legno di ulivo
Bronze, olive tree wood

[Dim 27x20x15 cm]

SEGNO DI PASSO

Gres ceramicato
Ceramic stoneware

[Dim 8x27x21 cm]

SEGNO DI PASSO (2)

Gres ceramicato
Ceramic stoneware

[Dim 8x27x21 cm]

SEGNO DI PASSO (3)

Gres ceramicato
Ceramic stoneware

[Dim 8x27x21 cm]

VOLATILE

Terracotta

[Dim 35x20x13 cm]

VOLATILE (2)

Terracotta

[Dim 35x20x13 cm]

La carpa e la luna n°2

Terracotta ceramicata
Ceramic terracotta

[Dimensions: 24x30x23 cm]

SCHIVO

Gres ceramicato
Ceramic stoneware

[Dim 17x19x12 cm]

Labour n°4

Terracotta patinata a cera, legno
Wax coated Terracotta, wood

[Dimensions: 47x28x28 cm]

Labour n°4 (2)

Terracotta patinata a cera, legno
Wax coated Terracotta, wood

[Dimensions: 47x28x28 cm]

 

Luigiona

Terracotta ceramicata
Ceramic terracotta

[Dimensions: 12x23x22 cm]

Luigiona (2)

Terracotta ceramicata
Ceramic terracotta

[Dimensions: 12x23x22 cm]

Luigiona (3)

Terracotta ceramicata
Ceramic terracotta

[Dimensions: 12x23x22 cm]