By Sariah Bunker, NYU Florence student
Parco d’Arte Contemporanea Enzo Pazzagli (Contemporary Art Park Enzo Pazzagli) will be reopened on March 12 at 16:30. Two works by Enzo Pazzagli will be presented again: The Celestial Particles and The Buchismo.
The Art Park is 6 acres of greenery and cypress trees, with over 200 works within. The Park is named after Enzo Pazzagli, a tuscan artist who works mainly with sheet metals. The park contains permanent works from Marcello Guasti, Sauro Cavallini, and many others. It is a center for art, culture, sports, and botany within the city.
An opening celebration will take place on March 12 at 16:30 at Via Sant’Andrea a Rovezzano No. 5, Florence.