This week in Florence (15/21 April)
An overview of what you should not miss in the city
At the Teatro della Pergola, Tuesday 16 April, Massimiliano Finazzer Flory on stage with the true story of Leonardo da Vinci entitled: Being Leonardo da Vinci - An impossible interview.
After the sell-out last week, on Thursday 18 April the The Journalists, a Roman trio led by singer-songwriter Tommaso Paradiso to celebrate their 10-year career with the Love Tour result of the group's fifth album, Love, return to Nelson Mandela.
Oscar De Summa with L 'OSPITE - a private matter, the national premiere at the Teatro di Rifredi from 16 to 19 April.
There is no Easter without the Scoppio del Carro. The appointment with the most ancient Florentine popular tradition is back on April 21st.
Contemporary art in the splendid setting of Palazzo Strozzi: until 14 July, Beyond Performance, a special project that includes site-specific interventions by artists Cally Spooner, Mario García Torres and the Opavivará collective.
The first Italian exhibition dedicated to the American dancer Isadora Duncan and her relationship with the Italian figurative arts will be hosted at Villa Bardini and at the Stefano Bardini Museum until September 22nd.
At Palazzo Vecchio, the exhibition Leonardo da Vinci and Florence. Sheets chosen from the Codex Atlanticus, which presents, until June 24, twelve papers from the venerable Ambrosian Library.
We are at Palazzo Pitti, for a passionate journey through nature that will last until May 5th. Animalia Fashion thus becomes one of the most surprising and evocative installations in the field of Haute Couture.
Until May 26 at the Uffizi Museum, Being, by the English artist Antony Gormley.
Until June 28, Palazzo Medici Riccardi hosts Heroes - Bowie by Sukita, a retrospective, curated by Ono Arte Contemporanea, dedicated to David Bowie, icon of pop culture, portrayed by an undisputed master of Japanese photography: Masayoshi Sukita.
Until July 14, Palazzo Strozzi hosts Verrocchio, Leonardo's master, an exhibition that celebrates Andrea del Verrocchio, an artist symbol of the Renaissance in Florence, through a large exhibition that houses over 120 works including paintings, sculptures and drawings from the most important museums and collections of the world.
Until 8 March 2020, Sustainable Thinking, at the Salvatore Ferragamo Museum. A journey on the theme of sustainability told through the languages of art and fashion.