Sergio Garbari's photographic exhibition, opening at the Italian Cultural Institute in Athens on 23rd March at 7.00 p.m., is entitled "3 short stories about Florence". The exhibition, which will be open to the public until 29th April, is divided into three parts: "A Michelangelo Scrapbook", with details of some of the artist's sculptures, "The Enchanted Garden", with an original view of the Boboli Gardens (Florence), and "Glances", showing the faces of famous Tuscans from the past, taken from the statues of the artists and scientists, politicians and patrons who guard the square in front of the Uffizi Gallery. Garbari has been in Florence since 1981, working in the Uffizi Photographic Department, a resource for all the city's public museums, including the Uffizi, the Galleria dell'Accademia, the Galleria Palatina, the Museo di S. Marco and others. The photos he takes for the Photographic Department appear in artists' monographs and exhibition catalogues published by the Ministry of Cultural Heritage and the world's leading publishers. Over the years, his passion for photography has focused on the works of art he photographs in Florentine churches and museums.