As every year, Tornabuoni Arte presents a detailed selection of works by the most important modern and contemporary artists, Italian and international. Among the artworks of the masters of the early 20th century, it has to be highlighted a refined Natura Morta by Giorgio de Chirico from 1934 and an elegant female representation by Felice Casorati, Le stiratrici, dated 1954. The exhibition continues with leading artists of the Second Post-War period such as Alighiero Boetti - of whom it is exhibited Insicuro Noncurante, a 1979 red ballpoint pen on paper - and Lucio Fontana, represented by Concetto spaziale, a rare oil on canvas with glass from 1953. Contemporary artists, such as Pablo Atchugarry and Omar Galliani, are also included in the wide range of works featured. Thanks to the passion and dedication of Roberto Casamonti, founder of the gallery, Tornabuoni Arte presents this influential exhibition that involves our galleries in Florence, Milan and Forte dei Marmi for almost 40 years. The group show is accompanied by a catalogue with a rich selection of texts and photographic material, aimed at deepening the knowledge related to the works on show.