While the museums grouped under the Uffizi Galleries umbrella are renowned mostly for their Renaissance masterpieces, the temporary exhibitions they host are impressively varied in genres and eras. Here TF shares the full lineup of exhibitions planned for Florence’s Uffizi Galleries in 2018. The 18th century: a selection Curated by Alessandra Griffo Palazzo Pitti, […]
Booking a family outing at the big Florentine museums starts with the best of intentions, but sometimes it ends with a temper tantrum before the “Birth of Venus”. Force-feeding a “fun educational experience” to little ones will almost always fall flat, but you can keep Florence museum fatigue at bay. This spring, several kid-friendly exhibitions are cropping up at less crowded […]
On the tail of two successful exhibitions, the Uffizi Gallery has just announced their program for the remainder of 2017, and it’s going to be a big year. The rich line-up ranges from Renaissance themes and crucial moments in Medici collecting to the anniversaries of revolutionary activities across history and personal exhibitions by renowned contemporary […]
Forty-year old American artist and teacher Joe Blaustein was in Florence on November 4, 1966 when the Arno submerged the city. With his camera in tow he decided to document what was happening in real time. Among the very few colour photos of the 1966 Florence flood, the images are now on show […]
The Koons may have left the city, but contemporary art will continue to appear in Florence in 2016.
From March to October, Jan Fabre will exhibit in piazza Signoria and at Forte Belvedere. The famous Belgian artist’s sculptures will be accompanied by street performances.