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CORRIDOIO FIORENTINO

PALAZZO BOMBICCI PONTELLI GUICCIARDINI STROZZI

Corridoio Fiorentino
Corso Tintori 21
Firenze Italia 50122

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What is Corridoio Fiorentino?

Corridoio Fiorentino is the photographic gallery located at the DIVA/IDEAS campus that features the works of external photographers, designers, as well as DIVA/IDEAS students and faculty. Corridoio Fiorentino is the photographic gallery located at the DIVA/IDEAS campus that features the works of external photographers, designers, as well as DIVA/IDEAS students and faculty. Corridoio Fiorentino is a mirror through which Florentine artists, students, and faculty reflect their perception of the visual and digital arts and share it with the city of Florence.

Student Academic Involvement

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.

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Anyone who seeks a professionalizing experience can get involved as well. Through enrollment in Learn and Serve courses, team members may assist with the areas of operations and management. Learn and Serve is fully taught, supervised, and coordinated by instructors and offers the unique experience of professional integration and development for all individuals. Courses may be taken on a credit or non-credit basis.

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    FUA PER LA COMUNITA’ LOCALE

    Integrazione per FUA significa scambio reciproco tra studenti e comunità locale. Grazie ai progetti che coinvolgono realtà esterne all’ambiente universitario di Fua, gli studenti si avvicinano alla cultura italiana e fiorentina attraverso l’apprendimento esperenziale, il contatto diretto con la comunità, con le aziende, con le associazioni, le scuole senza sottovalutare l’importanza di una integrazione anche attraverso la vita sociale mentre le realtà locali beneficiano del contributo dei nostri studenti nonché di prospettive internazionali.

    Le seguenti opportunità sono aperte a italiani, stranieri residenti in Italia e aziende:

    Famiglie e amanti delle lingue

    Per chi fosse interessato ad avvicinarsi alle culture internazionali si offrono le seguenti attività:

    • Le persone interessate allo scambio linguistico possono partecipare a ChatPal. I partecipanti avranno la possibilità di incontrare un partner straniero una volta alla settimana.
    • Le famiglie possono iscriversi all’Italian Family Club. Con questo programma si “adotta” uno studente per un semestre e una volta alla settimana si stabiliscono contatti reciproci al fine di fare un proficuo scambio culturale e passare del tempo insieme.

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    Artisti

    La galleria di Ganzo in via de’Macci 85r propone un ricco calendario di mostre di artisti locali e internazionali. Le mostre sono promosse dall’Ufficio Stampa di FUA e vengono organizzate con l’assistenza del Dipartimento di Fine Arts. Ogni mostra prevede un evento “AperiArt” di inaugurazione, aperto al pubblico.

    Contatto: manager@ganzoflorence.it

    Aziende

    Le aziende e le organizzazioni professionali possono collaborare con i corsi di FUA per elaborare progetti e idee. Le nostre classi producono regolarmente loghi, libri, etichette e progetti digitali in collaborazione con grandi aziende. L’Ufficio Accademico sviluppa le proposte per le quali gli studenti potranno imparare in maniera esperienziale e i committenti potranno trovare spunti nuovi e interessanti. Le collaborazioni si svolgono nel corso di una sessione accademica e permettono alle classi e ai committenti di comunicare da vicino. I progressi vengono monitorati passo per passo dal coordinamento accademico di FUA. La scuola collabora con le aziende anche per il collocamento di stage e tirocinio.

     

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    TEJAS BALAPALLI

    Tejas Balapalli

    A NEW CHAPTER

    FUA-AUF Career Photography Student

    The Coronavirus outbreak in the north of Italy started to panic all across the country. I found myself in a situation where my friends were all returning home, on by one, day by day. I decided to remain so I spent days saying goodbyes to all those people who never intended to leave.  I honestly did not know how to cope with the situation. At the time I didn’t understand why everyone had to be so overdramatic about things that did not affect them or maybe I did and I just didn’t want them to leave. This news created panic across the city and the evergreen streets of Florence suddenly turned into a graveyard. I barely recognized the streets anymore.  People are coming out only in the morning to shop at the supermarkets waiting in the line for hours. I would think how could they wait so patiently?  Were they not scared of tomorrow?  What about the mental stress due to all the distress? Can we manage to be by ourselves? What about not being able to have human contact and for how long?   While these questions stayed on the back of my head I came to accept that I have to live with it anyhow. I can regret and cry about it or make peace with it. I chose peace and that didn’t come so easily, I had to go through a cycle of repetitions where the previous day wasn’t much different from the present day. I had to rethink everything again and again, but when I did, when I came to understand that the things I am trying to control are forces beyond my capability, I began to accept it. There was a moment of peace within, A sense of clarity where I saw things for as they are separated from the thoughts that held me back. As though I distanced myself from my bubble. When I did so I was faced with a new challenge of asking myself the question once again, 

    “ Who am I? ”

    I began to build myself together from the basic, trying to build a whole. This chapter of my life majorly influenced by the  pandemic might have been hectic to a lot of people in a lot of ways but it helped to destroy who I was to rebuild myself a new me.

    Tejas Balapalli | FUA-AUF Career Photography Student

    BACK TO WALL

    Rubén Pagán-Ramos

    Throughout a Day

    Rubén Pagán-Ramos

    FUA-AUF Photography Student

    My series, “Throughout a Day” explores the world that we live in through the lens ofphotography and art across the span of a fictitious day, from an early sunny day, to an eerie streetat night. The environments are as alive as the people that are pictured in two of the images. Thetechniques explored are combinations of documentary and long exposure photography. Thiscombination allows for the story of a day to be formed, especially with the long exposures.The work I created spans over an evolution from early exploration of long exposurephotography which tended to always be at night, to more recently developing into day timeimagery as well. Some of my early night work is shown in the preceding image edits with moreimages. My night photography really began in high school when I used a lot of artificial lights toset my scenes, often using bright colors to create something more ethereal. They have taken theroute towards becoming more realistic, documentary images as they are now, rather than forgingsomething more fictitious as I used to. I became more recently inspired to switch and capture theworld through the lens of daytime because it really differs from night in terms of mood, eventsand people depicted. Daytime images required me to let go of some control that I always seem towant to hold on to through the precise process of long exposure, night photography. I washesitant to relinquish this control at first until I actually let go and did it, and I turned out creatingsome of my favorite images to date. This project serves to combine these two modes of imageryand have them compliment each other in a cohesive way, hence the documentary-like coveragefrom day to night.My work fits into an exhibition, purely as documentary landscape images as previouslymentioned. I picture the images being printed large, at least 16×20, to emphasize their beauty andto act as windows that viewers can peer out of towards this formulated, 24 hour range. The firstimage displayed closest to the entrance of the gallery would be the “Serene Hill” which depictswhat is said in the daytime and the last of the 10 images would be “No Longer With Us”,displaying an eerie night scene on a lone street. This way, when the viewers are exiting thegallery, they will pass by the images again in reverse order and glance at them again from adifferent perspective, as if it were nighttime becoming the next early morning and they wouldsubconsciously have in their mind that they’re entering their reality again from a freshperspective after viewing several series of artwork.My inspirations for the images come from my own process of creating this work overtime and how I shifted from one mood to the other solely through the process of subconsciouslycreating this, which in hindsight is the reason for it being what it is now. Before I even picked upa camera, I was the type of kid that would participate in most of his mischievous activities atnight with friends; I was always very comfortable in this setting and it kickstarted my work inthat environment in which I always found myself in. The work I created spans over an evolutionfrom early exploration of long exposure photography which tended to always be at night, to morerecently developing into day time imagery as well.

    Rubén Pagán-Ramos| FUA-AUF Photography Student

    BACK TO WALL

    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.

    Fall 2021 

    BEHOLD

    FUA-AUF Final Student Exhibit

    Carolina Correa

    Quaranta Giorni e Cuarenta Noches

    Carolina Correa’s Migrant Series of oil paintings with a palette knife on canvas help tell the story of Italians who migrated to Argentina. She wanted to share her art and her experience of having a family history where one leaves their entire life behind to cross an ocean in hope for a better future. Each of the subjects followed a similar journey but they all had different experiences and made different lives for themselves. The main piece is a relative of the artist, Domenico Vitulano, and helps tell the story of her lineage. The migrants traveled for 40 days and 40 nights between countries that spoke two different languages.

    OPENING APERITIVO: 22 oTTOBRE 2021 ORE 18:30
    22 Ottobre – 17 Novembre 2021

    DISVELARSI

    Paintings by Michele Berlot

    “Quattordici quadri, realizzati per rendere esplicita la ricerca di un linguaggio al confine tra l’informale e il figurativo: ogni tela racconta la propria storia, la mia, e spesso anche quella di chi osserva.”

    Marco gualtierI

    Alberi

    Marco Gualtieri’s Alberi exhibition will take place in Via Ricasoli 21, Corridoio Fiorentino, on July 28th 2021 at 6:00pm. Gualtieri’s exhibition will feature a collection of photographs that depict nature and the concept of proximity. Gualtieri’s exhibition has been carefully selected and curated with the collaboration of student’s from Florence University of Arts – The American University of Florence (FUA-AUF). This night will be an unforgettable time and a chance to witness the work of a great team!

    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.

    THE GALLERY

    Corridoio Fiorentino Past Shows​

    BEHOLD: Beauty Through the Eyes of Many

    BEHOLD

    Beauty Through the Eyes of Many

    FUA-AUF Final Student Exhibit

    Advanced Painting

    Lily Leaphart
    University of South Carolina 
    Studio Art/ Art History Double Major 

    After the Storm
    Oil on canvas
    180cm x 200cm

    Julia Pennanen
    Saint Joseph’s University
    Psychology Major, Art Minor

    Rebirth from Ashes
    Oil on canvas
    45 cm x 60 cm

    Kristen Chou
    Williams College Psychology and Studio Art

    Hell, Purgatory, and Eden on Earth
    Oil on Canvas
    3 pieces, 20cmx29cm

    Kristen Chou
    Williams College Psychology and Studio Art

    Hell, Purgatory, and Eden on Earth
    Oil on Canvas
    3 pieces, 20cmx29cm 

    Kristen Chou
    Williams College Psychology and Studio Art

    Hell, Purgatory, and Eden on Earth
    Oil on Canvas
    3 pieces, 20cmx29cm 

    Charlotte Fritze Mayer
    Gap Year Student
    Intended Global Health major and Studio Art minor


    Phenomenology of Emotions
    Oil paint on grain canvas
    Three 30×40 cm

    Caleb England
    FUA-AUF
    Bachelor of Arts in Cultural Studies
    (Fine Art)

    Nearly Finished
    Oil on wood panel
    50 cm x 40 cm

    Julia Pennanen
    Saint Joseph’s University
    Psychology Major, Art Minor

    This Storm Will Pass
    Oil on Canvas
    51 cm x 37 cm

    Intermediate Photography

    Carly Frommer 
    2nd Year Student FUA-AUF
    Visual Communications

    Untiled – Long Term Project
    Digital Inkjet Print Canson Satin 270 A3

    Advanced Photography

    Taylor Samuels
    4th Year Student FUA-AUF
    Visual Communications

    Untiled – Long Term Project
    A3 Digital Inkjet Print Canson Satin 

    Advanced Photography

    Troy Joiner
    4th Year Student FUA-AUF
    Major Photography 

    Untiled – Long Term Project
    A3 Digital Inkjet Print Canson Satin 

    Advanced Photography

    Robert Thompson
    Johnson & Wales University
    Major Photography

    Untiled – Long Term Project
    A3 Digital Inkjet Print Canson Satin 

    Advanced Film Photography

    Robert Thompson
    Johnson & Wales University
    Major Photography

    Untiled 
    Photography 11X 14
    Silver Halide Print

    Photography 8X10 
    Cyanotype Print

    Street Photography

    Cardillo Rachel
    Endicott College
    Photography

    Untiled
    Digital Inkjet Print Canson Satin A4

    Digman Samantha
    St.Norbert College
    Graphic Design

    Untitled
    Digital Inkjet Print on Canson Satin / A4

    Elwes Cyprian
    University of Alabama
    Public Relations

    Untitled
    Digital Inkjet Print on Canson Satin / A4

    Victor Goedhuis
    FUA-AUF
    Photography

    Untiled
    Digital Inkjet Print Canson Satin A4

    Digman Samantha
    St.Norbert College
    Graphic Design

    Untitled
    Digital Inkjet Print on Canson Satin / A4

    Heather Oxsen
    Endicott College
    Graphic Design

    Untitled
    Digital Inkjet Print on Canson Satin / A4

    Julia Pennanen
    Saint Joseph University
    Psychology

    Untitled
    Digital Inkjet Print on Canson Satin / A4

    Sophia Casiero
    Fairfield University
    Marketing

    Untitled
    Digital Inkjet Print on Canson Satin / A4

    Smith Shyler
    Muhlenberg College
    Media & Communication

    Untitled
    Digital Inkjet Print on Canson Satin / A4

    Smith Shyler
    Muhlenberg College
    Media & Communication

    Untitled
    Digital Inkjet Print on Canson Satin / A4

    Ryan Atkins
    Endicott College
    Photography

    Untitled
    Digital Inkjet Print on Canson Satin / A4

    Gianna Dias
    Washington State University
    Biology

    Untitled
    Digital Inkjet Print on Canson Satin / A4

    Intermediate
    Digital Photography

    Carly Frommer 
    2nd Year Student FUA-AUF
    Visual Communications

    Untiled
    Digital Inkjet Print Canson Satin A3

    Carly Frommer 
    2nd Year Student FUA-AUF
    Visual Communications

    Untiled
    Digital Inkjet Print Canson Satin A3

    Carly Frommer 
    2nd Year Student FUA-AUF
    Visual Communications

    Untiled
    Digital Inkjet Print Canson Satin A3

    Leaphart Autumn
    University of South Carolina
    Studio Art

    Untiled
    Digital Inkjet Print Canson Satin A4

    Maeve Mugglebee
    FUA-AUF 
    Photography

    Untitled
    Digital Inkjet Print on Canson Satin / A4

    Maeve Mugglebee
    FUA-AUF 
    Photography

    Untitled
    Digital Inkjet Print on Canson Satin / A4

    Maeve Mugglebee
    FUA-AUF 
    Photography

    Untitled
    Digital Inkjet Print on Canson Satin / A4

    Leaphart Autumn
    University of South Carolina
    Studio Art

    Untiled
    Digital Inkjet Print Canson Satin A4

    Smith Shyler
    Muhlenberg College
    Media & Communication

    Untitled
    Digital Inkjet Print on Canson Satin / A4

    Smith Shyler
    Muhlenberg College
    Media & Communication

    Untitled
    Digital Inkjet Print on Canson Satin / A4

    Smith Shyler
    Muhlenberg College
    Media & Communication

    Untitled
    Digital Inkjet Print on Canson Satin / A4