The Ivan Bruschi Foundation in Arezzo continues its collaboration with the Palazzo Strozzi Foundation in Florence and opens up again to dialogue with modern and contemporary art. ‘Merce Cunningham, the choreographer who worked with Andy Warhol’ is the title of the video that, until 29 August, will be visible at the Bruschi House Museum as an ‘off-show’ of the great exhibition ‘American Art 1961-2001’ organized at Palazzo Strozzi. All visitors to the Bruschi House Museum, at no additional cost to the usual admission ticket, will be able to attend the screening of two videos of works by the revolutionary dancer and choreographer Merce Cunningham, ‘Walkaround Time’ from 1973 and Story from 1964, both from Walker Art Center of Minneapolis, Butler Family Fund, 2018, Courtesy Electronic Arts Intermix (Eai), New York. Cunningham transformed dance in the twentieth century and above all he was one of the first interdisciplinary artists open to collaborations, one of the most successful models for a truly intermediate art. “The Casa Museo also in this particular moment has shown vitality and versatility – he declares Renzo Parisotto, president of the Bruschi Foundation – on the one hand with the museum excellence that has always characterized it in the city panorama also through the use of new technologies and on the other in promptly grasping all the different expectations of the public towards those forms of art , of culture and more generally of expression that our society appreciates today “.” After Bill Viola and Marina Abramović, we are hosting in the rooms of the Museum another protagonist of the contemporary art scene thanks to the collaboration established with the Palazzo Strozzi Foundation in the context of the dialogues cultural and operational activities that our Foundation has been undertaking for some years with important ones national institutions – declares Carlo Sisi, curator of the Bruschi Foundation – The videos by Merce Cunningham that we host highlight, among other things, an aspect of contemporary art linked to gestures and the musical event to which we intend to give, in our future activity, including didactic , interesting prospects “.