An exhibition dedicated to Collodi'sPinocchio: a wooden puppet universally recognized ad a symbol of Italy and Tuscany. From Giacometti to LaChapelle, from Munari to Paladino, from Calder to Ontani, from McCarthy to Venturino Venturi, Pinocchio has not only left an indisputable mark on the collective imagination, but also the arts, the latter of which is this show’s main theme.
An experience between real and imaginary, between evoking a dream world and telling the story of the concrete life of one of the greatest painters of the twentieth century, one of the greatest exponents of surrealism.
From November 1st the exhibition will animate the Cathedral of the Image in Santo Stefano al Ponte with a suggestive immaterial architecture, visual and sound, which will reconstruct the pictorial universe of Magritte.
The Uffizi Gallery celebrate the genius of Pietro Aretino by showcasing about one hundred paintings, sculptures, applied art objects, tapestries, miniatures and printed books, which describe the world of a great sixteenth-century intellectual.Read more
A look at the artist and his relationship with the female world through the shots of one of the most established photographers of the twentieth century, Edward Quinn.
The more than thirty works on display include technical drawings, ornamental and figure drawings, paintings and other precious and little-known items recounting the splendour of Renaissance wooden ceilings and revealing how painting and sculpture were intimately connected with architecture in those ceilings' manufacture.
Dozens of models on display in Palazzo Pitti in Florence, ranging from Roman caligae to sandals worn by stars of the silver screen and models by the most celebrated stylists of the 20th century
An exhibition that tells, through 81 works, some stories of the figurative twentieth century in Tuscany. Soffici, Viani, Rosai, Maccari, Marcucci, Venturi: from the return to order to the conquest of disorder.
From 26 January to 3 May 2020 - on Sundays at 11 a.m., excluding Easter Sunday - the Museo Galileo becomes a meeting place. After a tasty breakfast provided by the Antica Pasticceria Caffè S. Firenze, participants will attend practical demonstrations and at the end will receive a useful guide to replicate the activities carried out independently.Read more
A totally immersive experience that, thanks to the faithful reproductions coming from Cairo, the original finds, the 3D technology and the innovative Virtual Reality, will reveal all the secrets of the Tomb of Tutankhamun, making known the incredible treasures destined to accompany the young Pharaoh on his last journey.
In the solo show of the artist Roberto Baronti, set up in the Lu.C.C.A. Lounge & Underground, some reflections on time and the revisiting of the famous funeral monument to Ilaria Del Carretto, created by Jacopo della Quercia
Don Pasquale marks a point of arrival and a breaking point for the comic opera written by Donizetti. It is the culmination of an Italian comic tradition which lasts through the centuries and which is neither too farcical or too comical and is an opera in which the comedy is tinged with bitterness.
When epic poetry and beauty come together the result is simply amazing, such as in the Traviata directed by Francesco Micheli.
Tomás Saraceno in Florence featuring the artist’s greatest project ever created in Italy. He will transform Palazzo Strozzi into a unified space showcasing his best-known works and a new site-specific installation.Read more
XXIV edition of the sacred music festival promoted by the Opera di Santa Maria del Fiore: Tuesday 31 March, Thursday 16 April, Wednesday 27 May, Thursday 18 June, Thursday 2 July and Friday 11 September (ph Claudio Giovannini)
Actor Rocco Papaleo brings on stage a show between music and travel notes, with references and Gaber and Basilicata. A compelling reflection on the meaning of the provisional.
From 6th to 8th March, the exclusive luxury outlet The Mall Firenze will be tinged with the colour of the sun, floral tributes and evocative settings will enliven this day so important to remember, photograph and share.
The grunge epic comes to life in a large photographic exhibition in Florence, with over 80 shots, including some never seen before. (ph. ©Michael Lavine 2020)Read more
Letizia Battaglia's first exhibition in Florence, with 40 photographic works of different formats, including many unpublished ones that will touch on well-known but also more intimate themes of her artistic career.
The "Sipari d'artista" collection of the Teatro Tuscany Hall in Florence is enriched by a new work of art: "Energy", by Fabrizio Plessi, pioneer of video installations.
After 20 years, the band re-proposes "Microchip Emozionale", published in August '99 and released in second edition in February 2000.
A workhorse of the company Dorelli Quattrini Guida since the first edition in 1986. The version refreshed and updated by Iaia Fiastri sees the participation of Paola Quattrini who for the third time will play the role of Natalia's wife.
120 appointments located in 20 different places: workshops and shows dedicated to the pleasure of discoveries. The theme chosen for this edition, the first hosted in Florence, "Il Tempo".
The last appointment of the important exhibition organized by the Museo dell'Opera del Duomo of Florence, with Jessica Pratt and Gianni Fabbrini in Arie di bravura and Belcanto.Read more
It was born this year, one year after the 700th anniversary of his death which will be celebrated in 2021, the world day dedicated to the great poet: Dantedì! A day to remember all over Italy and the world the genius of Dante with many initiatives, which will certainly have a special space in Florence.
Zubin Mehta leads the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino Orchestra, accompanied by the beautiful voice of Mojca Erdmann.