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Don’t miss your chance to see this new exhibition based on the immortal play “Romeo and Juliet”

This original exhibition features a new narrative with an imagined scenario: What would happen if Romeo and Juliet had not died?

The tragic love story of Romeo and Juliet has been a popular piece for centuries, but it can have new meaning in today’s society.


A modernized adaptation of William Shakespeare's tragedy

An Italian artist from Verona created a modernized adaptation of William Shakespeare's tragedy Romeo and Juliet, which is unlike anything that has already existed.

With this new perspective, it will not be about the love between these two doomed lovers, but it’s rather a reflection on what we each go through in our own personal changes in order to maintain a relationship.

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The collection captures different stages of the story, analyzing the perspective and emotions of each character

A new surprising interpretation of the original story can reveal the journey we all face in order to grow and find love. The change we all have to go through with our love and life partner, the shattering of our own selfish darkness we ALL have to make, in order to actually find and keep true love in life


Finally available in Tampa, this collection of paintings was initially introduced at Art Basel Miami in 2021

Don’t miss your chance to see this new exhibition based on the immortal play “Romeo and Juliet”.

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Experience a unique afternoon and enjoyable day’s Art without getting bored or leaving in confusion (like in a modern art gallery).

Be enriched by meaningful art that will make you feel good about yourself

The artist will introduce you to some Renaissance-based artwork, to celebrate his culture and one of the best periods of time in history.

There is a reason why so many art lovers, designers, and architects have already joined this art tour in recent events.

Bonus! Here are some other themes the artist will go over with you:

David’s Michelangelo and the importance of humanity and humanism

This unique exhibition, hosted in Tampa, invites you to step into the universe of one of the greatest masterpieces of Michelangelo, yet seen from a totally new perspective.

Portraits and personal stories about succeeding as an artist. How he realized one of the biggest obstacles to becoming an artist started at school.

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The Exhibition

Every tour is given personally by the Artist.

First tour: starts at 1:00 pm
Second tour: starts at 2:00 pm
Third tour: starts at 3:00 pm

Date and Time

Sat, July 16, 2022, 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Location

3429 W Spruce St, Tampa, FL 33607

Duration

The visit takes around 40 to 60 minutes

Tickets

From $7.46 per adult
(First 20 tickets are free)

Age requirement

All ages!

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FAQ

Experience a unique afternoon and enjoyable day’s Art without getting bored or leaving in confusion (like in a modern art gallery).

Be enriched by meaningful art that will make you feel good about yourself.

Priano is the quintessential Design Center, providing a centralized and dynamic experience to members of the trade. Priano curates top-quality interior & exterior finishes including cabinetry, countertops, floor & wall coverings, natural stone, tile, plumbing fixtures, window treatments, and appliances.

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The experience will be held in an indoor venue.

Local regulations for COVID safety will apply.

It is recommended that you buy tickets in advance, tickets onsite will be dependent on capacity and availability.

All tickets are non-refundable. Ticket non-refund terms and conditions are agreed to before purchase. In special circumstances, we may be able to help reschedule your ticket to another date and session that has not already sold out. Please contact us for more information. Be sure to include your ticket order number.

Yes there is free parking available on site

About the Artist

I live my life through the lens of Italy and the art of the Renaissance. During that time in history, art and science were parallel concepts. Many artists then and since have taken on the role of explorers of this idea, such as Leonardo da Vinci and Piero Della Francesca, Caravaggio, and Michelangelo have looked at how Art is used to empower man. These are the artists who inspire me today and whose legacy I wish to continue. It is their kind of vision that I wish to translate into this modern age

Alex Righetto

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