All photos by Andrea Paoletti.



The 30th Biennale Internazionale dell'Antiquariato, held at Palazzo Corsini, began on September 21 and opened to the public on September 23.


Launched with the exhibition of three sculptures by Swiss artist Urs Fischer in piazza della Signoria and continued with a series of week-long events involving the city, the International Antiques Biennial remains one of Florence’s top showcases.


Held in the opulent halls of Palazzo Corsini, visit the fair like a museum. It’s an opportunity to take in fourteenth-century art as well as paintings from the Vienna Secession and the late twentieth century in Italy.


Ponte Vecchio-based jewellers Fratelli Piccini is a sponsor of the Biennale, exhibiting some of its most historic pieces from the family collection in the sumptuous halls of Palazzo Corsini.




Biennale Internazionale dell'Antiquariato

Palazzo Corsini, Via del Parione 11, Florence

Until October 1, 2017

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