Why We Love Angry Young Men: Picasso, Mirò, Dalì – Palazzo Strozzi, Florence

If only all anger, resentment and the pure rage of youth could be expressed in such wonderful ways!

One of the joys of being in a city like Florence is that there is always so much to see and do, and to eat and to drink. And on most days, you get to have a bit of seeing and doing, and some great eating and drinking too.

Today, after a delicious lunch at the posh Cavalli cafè just off Via Tornabuoni, and a delicious gelato from the Gelateria Lorenzo, we decided to wander back to our historical palace-office via a great exhibit happening at the Palazzo Strozzi which we deemed worthy of a quick re-visit.

Until July 17, the works of Dalì, Mirò and Picasso are being exhibited in the Pitti Palace.

The exhibit is focusing on around 25 works a piece of each of these fabulous artists. The works of Pablo Picasso in the first 5 years of the 20th century, before he cut into cubism. Before they stumbled onto surrealism, Juan Mirò’s paintings are from 1915-1920 whilst Salvador Dalì’s works come from a little later, around 1920-25.

In the paintings, you can see Picasso turn out his political viewpoints, with cartoons and harsh images reflecting his point of view.

Mirò brushes against bourgeois art, and even had a go at Picasso’s cubism!

If you’d like to learn more about the Palazzo Strozzi, join our Original Florence Walk ? a small-group guided walking tour in Florence’s historic city centre.

If you’re heart lies in Art, you may love our skip-the-line Uffizi Gallery tour with expert guide, our The Masterpieces of the Uffizi Gallery Tour, and our skip-the-line Accademia visit –The Original David Tour.

All of these three tours comprise the discount Florence tours package, Florence in One Glorious Day (or 2), whilst all of the above combined  with an exclusive-entry Vasari Corridor tour is our Florence in Two Glorious Days (or 3) discount tours package including the Original Uffizi Gallery and Exclusive -Entry Vasari Corridor Tour.

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