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
Pistoia dedicates a large anthological exhibition to the master of Italian photography, set up in two prestigious locations: Palazzo Buontalenti and the Antico Palazzo dei Vescovi.Read more
In the Salone dei Cinquecento of Palazzo Vecchio, the exhibition of the portrait of Dante by Agnolo Bronzino.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.
A monumental installation 28 meters high and 33 meters wide realized by the French artist Jr for the facade of Palazzo Strozzi. A black and white photographic collage that represents a sort of visual glimpse, a debate on the accessibility of culture in the age of Covid-19.Read more
At the National Museum of the Bargello, the very place where Dante was sentenced definitively to exile and to be burned at the stake in 1302, an exhibition of manuscripts and works of art that reconstructs the relationship between Dante and Florence.Read more
Three years after her untimely death, the Center for Contemporary Art Luigi Pecci of Prato dedicates to Chiara Fumai, a creative personality who worked in a marked way on the languages of performance and feminist aesthetics of the XXI century, an extensive retrospective that, after the Pecci Center, will travel for the next two years to La Loge in Brussels and the Casa Encendida in Madrid.
A concert production directed by Riccardo Muti will touch the three cities of Dante (Ravenna, Florence and Verona) in September 2021. The Florentine date is scheduled for September 13 at 8:00 p.m. at the Teatro del Maggio Musicale Fiorentino.Read more
The event dedicated to the excellence of craftsmanship returns from 16 to 19 September 2021 at the Corsini Garden, with its XXVII edition. On display a craftsmanship by its nature "modern", without forgetting the fundamental element of tradition
Viareggio does not give up its historical Carnival and organizes a special edition that will take place from September 18th to October 9th. A "Universal Carnival", dedicated to all the traditions, stories and cultures of Carnival in the world.Read more
A theatrical work conceived, written and directed by the Florentine director Pietro Bartolini in collaboration with Massimo Bergamasco. A single show represented in the scenic spaces identified in the city of Florence (spaces in definition: Teatro della Pergola, Sala d'Arme di Palazzo Vecchio, Teatro Tredici).Read more
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.
BIAF, the international event dedicated to the art and history of Florence and Italy, is back. A great exhibition of Italian art, now in its 32nd edition.Read more
The unmistakable voice of Mahmood arrives also in Florence, on November 4th at the TuscanyHall.Read more
At the Museum of Palazzo Vecchio an exhibition traces, through exemplary cases, the intense relationship between Dante and European art, showing, through works of different ages and origins, the centrality of the Divine Comedy in the construction of Western culture.
In the calendar of Dante's celebrations: the commission to Luca Francesconi of a piece dedicated to Dante that will be performed on the occasion of the inauguration of the new Florentine Auditorium under the direction of Zubin Mehta. Scheduled for December 22, 2021 at 8 pm, at the Auditorium of the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino.Read more