Guided Tour: Spectrum of Light Exhibition/Retrospective Paul Jenkins. Cloister of San Domenico


Guided tour of the interesting retrospective of the work of the American artist Paul Jenkins (1923-2012) with 70 works on canvas and paper recounting his artistic career, from the study of ancient art to informal, embedded within the Museum of Mural Painting of San Domenico in Prato, where contemporary art perfectly fits the solemnity of the monastic spaces.

September 27 - November 30, 2014.
Cloister of San Domenico, Prato.

Private walking tour.
Private party with a maximum of 8 participants.
Available in English, Italian and French..

Duration: 1 hour and 30 minutes

Times and Days:

  • Monday, Wednesday and Thursday from 1pm to 8pm
  • Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 2pm to 9pm

Closed on Tuesdays.

Meeting Point: meet your guide directly in front of the Churchof San Domenico, next to the entrance.

Itinerary includes: entrance to the Cloister of San Domenico and the Museum of Mural Painting.

Cancellation Policy:
Cancellation without penalty allowed until 2 days before the visit.

Guided Tour: Spectrum of Light Exhibition/Retrospective Paul Jenkins. Cloister of San Domenico

The exhibition "The spectrum of light," hosted from September 27 to November 30 in the renovated rooms of the Museum of Mural Painting of the Cloister of San Domenico, is dedicated to Paul Jenkins, considered one of the leading painters of the 20th century. For the duration of the exhibition, 64 valuable works on paper and canvas tracing the career of Jenkins from the 1950s to the 1970s, from the most important museums and galleries in the world, as New York MOMA, are exhibited in the halls of San Domenico.

The spaces of the Museum of Mural Painting reopen to the public for this first retrospective after Jenkins' death, after having been closed 16 years for restoration, following the transfer of works of the Civic Museum to the Praetorian Palace Museum.

The exhibition is hosted as part of the project that will lead to a permanent collection to be on display at San Domenico, with works such as Paolo Uccello’s sinopie and rare domestic pottery from the 14th century.

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