AniMA: in Florence an exhibition dedicated to anime and cartoons

AniMA: in Florence an exhibition dedicated to anime and cartoons


The first exhibition dedicated to the world of anime, cartoons and the world of animation is currently underway in Florence, with more than 500 original drawings, rhodo-windows and storyboards from all the timeless masterpieces.

The exhibition is entitled AniMA: The Magic of Animated Cinema from Biancaneve to Grendizer, it opened on June 17 and will continue until October 17, 2021.

AniMA: the incredible exhibition in Florence

In the exhibition you will be able to admire the original and unpublished drawings of Disney masterpieces such as Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Robin Hood, 101 Dalmatians and the Sword in the Stone and those of Doh Bluth's classics, such as Anastasia, Fievel lands in America and In search of the enchanted valley:

We will find the famous cartoons by Hanna Barbera, of which Jellystone will be released soon! , the new animated series that brings back on stage its famous characters who live together in the city of Jellystone:

And finally the world of Japanese animation will be explored with Mazinger Z, Candy Candy and Ufo Robots and many others that have always amazed and enchanted children and young people of different generations:

AniMA also traces the history of animated cinema by showing unique pieces and of inestimable historical value, such as the frame of the first animation in the modern sense, Gertie the Dinosaur of 1914, one of the hundred remaining in the world, and the iconic Mickey Mouse of the early Thirties, up to the recent concepts of 3D films.

It is a timeless tale, a unique opportunity to admire real works of art, the first studies of classic films that made the history of animated cinema.

The exhibition is promoted by the Metropolitan City of Florence and MUS.E, in collaboration with the Accadem ia Nemo in Florence, the leading school in Italy for training in art and entertainment.

Taking care and curating the exhibition are: Federica Fabbri, animator and head of the animation cinema course at Nemo, Sandro Cleuzo, animator of Disney, Dreamworks and Warner Bros., Lucca Chiarotti and Francesco Mariotti, art director and teachers always at the Nemo Academy and Francesco Chiatante, historian of Japanese animation and records.

Luca Chiarotti declared:

“We are very happy to share with the I publish the incredible assets we possess. Finally putting our vast archive of drawings on display means for us to share the emotions that looking at these works gives us every time. They are collections from the authors themselves and contain all the love for this art and behind the scenes that most people do not know. "

AniMA: The Magic of Animated Cinema from Snow White to Grendizer can be visited at the Palazzo Medici Riccardi museum from 9.00 to 18.00 until 17 October. The ticket costs 10 euros and the reduced one, for visitors from 18 to 25 years old or for university students, is 6.00 euros. Admission is free for visitors between the ages of 0 and 17.

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