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
In the former refectory of the monumental complex of Santa Maria Novella, 23 special shots of the internationally renowned photographer Massimo Sestini, in search of the legacy that the author of the Divine Comedy, who died 700 years ago, left us.Read more
The immersive video-installation in the Sala d'Arme of Palazzo Vecchio, inaugurated on the occasion of the anniversary of Raphael's death (1520-2020).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.
A new project by Italian artist Marinella Senatore, who has been invited to submit a reflection on the idea of the community, proximity and relationships in an age in which the concept of social distancing is having a huge impact on the daily life of each and every one of us.Read more
Almost 50 years after the great exhibition that saw Henry Moore as the protagonist of Forte Belvedere, Museo Novecento pays tribute to the master of English sculpture with a rich exhibition that explores a lesser-known but no less interesting aspect of him: about seventy drawings, together with graphics and sculptures.Read more
Manifattura Tabacchi will host an international retrospective dedicated to one of the most significant Italian engineers of the 20th century.Read more
Pitti Uomo, Bimbo and Filati, the three symbolic events of Florentine fashion together along the axis Fortezza da Basso-Stazione Leopolda.Read more
A major exhibition taking a completely new look at the history of modern art in the United States between two key moments in US history, the Vietnam War and the attack on the Twin Towers, with a superb selection of works by such celebrated artists as Jasper Johns, Donald Judd, Barbara Kruger, Robert Mapplethorpe, Kerry James Marshall, Bruce Nauman, Cindy Sherman, Robert Rauschenberg, Kara Walker and Andy Warhol.
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.
Jeff Koons will be the subject of a focused and groundbreaking exhibition at Palazzo Strozzi, the largest exhibition of his work ever hosted in Italy, with some of the most celebrated works of this master who, from the mid 1970s until the present day, forged a reputation as one of the most important figures of the global contemporary art scene.