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Collezione Burri - Palazzo Albizzini. Città di Castello (PG)

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The Collezione Burri has its premises inside Palazzo Albizzini, right in the historical city center of Città di Castello. This 15 century palace has a sober Renaissance architectural look of Florentine influence. The records of the Albizzini family remount to the 14 century; in fact members of this family have been prominent protagonists in the historical events of the town. Their altar inside the Church of San Francesco, held Raphael's Wedding of the Virgin altarpiece—today displayed at the Brera Art Gallery in Milan. This important museum of contemporary art has been open to the public since 1981 and collects 130 works of art of Alberto Burri (1915-1995) dating between 1948 and 1989. They are displayed in 20 rooms, and subdivided—and chronologically ordered by the artist himself—into four sections: paintings, sculptures, graphics and scenography. The exhibition covers two floors of the building, and entirely retraces Burri's artistic experience; from the outset up until the most complex [...]