Le mostre a Firenze da segnare per questa primavera/estate 2021
Il calendario degli appuntamenti con l'arte antica e contemporanea nei musei della città
On the mezzanine floor, the exhibition of Roman sculpture dedicated to the figure of women in the imperial age Emperors, matrons, freedwomen is back on display (until 13 June). The contemporary art exhibition on the theme of Dante's In-Versi, with works by Giuseppe Penone, will open on 29 June.
After more than two years of restoration at the Opificio delle Pietre dure and the trip to Rome for the great exhibition at the Scuderie del Quirinale celebrating the 500th anniversary of Raphael's death, the Portrait of Leo X between Cardinals Giulio de' Medici and Luigi de' Rossi, a masterpiece by the genius from Urbino, finally returns home to the Uffizi Galleries. It does so as a protagonist, with an exhibition entirely dedicated to the work: Raphael and the return of the Medici Pope - restoration and discoveries, curated by the superintendent of the Opificio Marco Ciatti and the director of the Uffizi Eike Schmidt, in the Sala delle Nicchie of the Galleria Palatina in Palazzo Pitti (until 27 June).
From Tuesday 11 May the exhibition is open to the public: Ancient Citizen of Florence. The Bargello for Dante (until 8 August 2021), dedicated to the great poet in the year that marks the 700th anniversary of his death and curated by Luca Azzetta, Sonia Chiodo and Teresa De Robertis.
At Palazzo Strozzi JR, one of the world's most famous contemporary artists, is called upon to reinterpret the façade of one of the symbols of the Renaissance in Florence through a new site-specific installation entitled La Ferita (until 22 August). in anticipation of the major exhibition on American art at the end of May.
San Marco Museum
With the reopening of the Museum, visitors can once again admire the new Beato Angelico Room, recently refurbished thanks to the generous funding of Friends of Florence, which in these months exceptionally hosts the diptych with the Nativity and the Oration in the Garden by Beato Angelico, from the Pinacoteca dei Musei Civici di Forlì.
With the reopening of the Museum, the exhibition Treasures from the Lands of Etruria. The collection of the Counts Passerini, Patricians of Florence and Cortona
A packed calendar of exhibitions that began on 28 April with three appointments
The DUEL cycle will feature Giulia Cenci (Cortona, 1988). Heel of Iron, the title of her exhibition, was created and developed around a dialogue with a bronze sculpture by Arturo Martini, Leone di Monterosso - Chimera (c. 1933-35).
Étoile. Titina Maselli, Salvatore Ferragamo and the myth of Greta Garbo: the chapel and the small room on the second floor of the Museum host a new project realized in collaboration with the Salvatore Ferragamo Museum, curated by Stefania Ricci and Sergio Risaliti, which takes its cue from the large painting by Titina Maselli dedicated to Greta Garbo (open until 29 August 2021). Paradigm. The architect's table, in the loggia on the ground floor of the museum, inaugurates GENDER GAP, curated by Laura Andreini, a gallery set up with the projects and maquettes of 20 international female architects. (until 10 October 2021).
Finally, the museum's loggia, traditionally dedicated to emerging artists, will host the exhibition Istruzioni di volo by Chiara Gambirasio, a very young Lombard artist who has just completed her residency at the Manifattura Tabacchi. For the Museo Novecento Off cycle: a new appointment with international contemporary art in Palazzo Vecchio, in the Sala dei Gigli, and at the Museo Stefano Bardini, where until 29 August 2021, we find the exhibition BEAUTIFUL LIES by Ali Banisadr (Teheran 1976), a tribute by the artist to Dante acura by Sergio Risaliti, organised by Mus.e.
Roberto Casamonti Collection
The Roberto Casamonti Collection, which has recently reopened its doors from Wednesday to Sunday 11.30 a.m. to 7 p.m., is hosting in the 15th-century courtyard of Palazzo Bartolini Salimbeni, in Florence, Lirica (Pin up), a work by Marco Lodola in homage to the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, which will be on view to the public until 31 May.