Move over, Madonnas and Mannerists. Three exhibitions in Tuscany this winter pack an unusual punch, showcasing high-impact, modern images with thought-provoking themes.
ph. Bettina Rheims
PHOTOLUX FESTIVAL. International Biennial of Photography
Contrast is at the core of the Photolux Festival’s Eliade-esque theme this
It’s finally that time of year when shop windows begin to glisten, fireplaces start to glow, and holiday cards from back home start filling up your mailbox. But if you are far away from familiar traditions this Christmas, you need not feel nostalgic about the festivities you may
Florence University has asked ‘for the city’s help’ as the institution calculates costs of 52 million euro to build a state-of-the-art university library for architecture, humanities and the arts in piazza Brunelleschi.
The plan, created by architect and former university professor Alberto
Two hundred electric cars have been introduced in Florence by company Share’NGo as part of the city’s already flourishing car-sharing initiative. Not only are the cars a major step towards a greener Florence but towards a safer city for women too. Use is free to women between 1 and 6 am. These new […]
The Leaning Tower of Pisa will be bathed in blue on October 24 to mark the 70th anniversary of the United Nations.
Spotlights will illuminate the world’s much loved monument as part of the Turn the World #UNBlue initiative, presented at the United Nations Headquarters in New
When living abroad for the first time, all the peculiarities of a place stand out to you. Florence is no different. Some of these quirky distinguishing details make you smile, while others make you want to hurl insults off the Palazzo Vecchio. But life is always beautiful, of course.