Hidden categories: Articles with hCards. It is strange, then, that Botticelli fell under the spell of Savonarola. Questions of Appropriation and Subversion". Lynne Segall.
Just as fantastic, we meet Botticelli himself in the show, although just in a blow-up detail from a painting not there — The Adoration of the Magi
Tamoko Nagao. The show runs the adventure backwards, grabbing attention with the eye candy of today's art and artifacts right up-front, and leaving his own work to the last. But what it represents is even bigger — something that perhaps marks our civilisation. When Botticelli met her, he was blown away.