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February 25, 2019

This week in Florence (February 25th / March 3rd)

Between art, exhibitions and super events. For you, the unmissables of this end of February and early March

From Tuesday 26 February until 26 May the Uffizi Gallery will host the exhibition Being, of the great Antony Gormley. The new, spacious room on the ground floor of the museum will host twelve works by the artist. Two sculptures will be placed in the rooms of the historical collection, while a third will be installed on the terrace of the Uffizi, above the Loggia dei Lanzi. In the evening we start our week in the name of music with the Orchestra della Toscana Classica at the Teatro Verdi.

At the Teatro Puccini, Wednesday 27 February Moments of negligible (in) happiness, an opportunity to "talk" two books of great success Moments of negligible happiness (2010) and Moments of negligible unhappiness (2015) through the voice of their author Francesco Piccolo and Pierfrancesco Diliberto in art Pif.

The Maggio Musicale Fiorentino season continues with Madama Butterfly by Luigi Illaca and Giuseppe Giacosa until 27 February.

On Thursday, February 28th one of the most beloved Italian musical comedies will be staged at the Teatro Verdi. A place at the table by Pietro Garinei and Sandro Giovannini, written with Jaja Fiastri, unsurpassed protagonists of a legendary age for Italian theater.

The Negramaro come to Italy with their Love Che Torni Tour Indoor. The new tour will stop on Saturday 2 and Sunday 3 March at the Mandela Forum for the highly anticipated return to the Tuscan public.

The Solo exhibition is underway until March 28th. Medardo Rosso, set up in the spaces of the Novecento Museum in Florence. Curated by Marco Fagioli and Sergio Risaliti, the exhibition is dedicated to Medardo Rosso, one of the greatest Italian sculptors of the period between the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.

At The Mall Florence, until April 15th Fashion in Florence. The birth of Italian fashion is an exhibition with the exclusive shots of the Archivio Foto Locchi to illustrate the birth of Italian fashion.

Then the cult exhibitions are going on: Animalia Fashion at Palazzo Pitti, Bansky at Palazzo Medici Riccardi and Luca Pignatelli at the Bardini Museum.

What awaits us is a lively Carnival weekend, click here for the historic Viareggio Carnival and here for the other events in Tuscany!


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