At the Fortezza da Basso the historic exhibition and market dedicated at local, Tuscan and international craft.Read more
In Room 38 of the Uffizi, in Italy for the first time, an exhibition featuring the famous painting "An Experiment on a Bird in the Air Pump" by Joseph Wright of Derby. In dialogue with the large painting other works are placed in dialogue with the large canvas, illustrating the practice of candlelight study as well as the strong concentration on work during the night as is in Bartolomeo Cavarozzi's "St. Jerome with two angels". Completing the exhibition is a nineteenth-century mantel clock in the shape of a cage.Read more
A special exhibition in the hall of the Niches of Palazzo Pitti to celebrate the return 'home' of Leo X after the great exhibition on Raphael at the Scuderie del Quirinale in Rome, where he was exhibited after two years of restoration at the Opificio delle Pietre dure.Read more
The new archaeological exhibition of the Uffizi Galleries: 30 works, including the sculptures depicting Nero's mother and Domitian's wife, to explain the many (and relevant) roles of women in the society of the time.
The Pitti Immagine fair dedicated to food and wine excellence implements its digital face, but also returns to its Florence, moving to the larger spaces of the Fortezza, for a special edition in every aspect.
An original show, an engaging experience: Tommaso Paradiso live on April 28th at Nelson Mandela Forum.