An exhibition review of the Lisetta Carmi Suonare Forte exhibition at Villa Bardini
An in-depth review of the Luca Giordano: Baroque Master exhibition at Palazzo Medici Riccardi
The Volatility of Being photography exhibition is being hosted at the Lungarno Collection hotel near the Ponte Vecchio.
An in-depth review of the Alberto Giacometti and Lucio Fontana exhibitions at Palazzo Vecchio and Museo Novecento.
New National Geographic photography show at Pisa’s foremost exhibition centre
The Tehran-born artist shows her pastel paintings centred on social and cultural hybridization.
In partnership with the Turin-based Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, the exhibition collates the work of over 70 global contemporary artists.
An interview with the Iranian-American artist currently showing in Florence.
November 25 marked the International day of the Elimination of Violence Against Women. Museo Novecento acknowledged this day with the opening of Julia Krahn’s newest exhibition.
A review of the Nel Tuo Tempo exhibition by Olafur Eliasson, currently on at Palazzo Strozzi.
It is the first Italian exhibition dedicated to British designers Ossie Clark and Celia Birtwell.
Contemporary Florence takes flight in piazza del Carmine, piazza San Firenze + piazza del Grano.
Women in Balance 1955/1965 at the Salvatore Ferragamo Museum starts with a display dedicated to Wanda Miletti Ferragamo (1921-2018) and leads into social history in the 1950s and 60s.
Meet the artist once rated by Modigliani as Italy’s “only painter”.
A review of the Giorgio Griffa exhibition, UnitiSeparati, now showing at Villa Romana until September 16.
The Fotografe! exhibition at Forte di Belvedere and Villa Bardini offers a look into the Alinari Archives alongside shots by modern women photographers from Italy.
Antony Gormley’s Body Space Time exhibition at theatre-turned-contemporary art space Galleria Continua is worth a day trip to San Gimignano.
Photographs, plaster casts, drawing paper, Plexiglas and a set of objects all appear in Giulio Paolini’s exhibition at Museo Novecento.
Palazzo Strozzi and the Bargello Museums present Donatello, The Renaissance, a historic international exhibition in Florence.
The blue rooms of the eclectic Stefano Bardini Museum are fixed with 12 uncanny works that beguile viewers as they immerse themselves in the fantastical and, at times, unsettling objects ...
Huge horned iguanas, a red tiger crouching in the middle of the Niobe Room, new versions of the Medusa, whose head teems with hybrid figures bearing bizarre beaks and sharp ...
The Hotel Savoy adds a touch of glamour to Florence’s cultural offering this Christmas with the exhibition titled Le Dive di Zeffirelli (The Divas of Zeffirelli). ...
Painting on a monumental scale, says the British artist Jenny Saville, “has always felt right for me”. Visiting museums as a child and student, she saw that the great painters ...
In an interview a few years ago Jeff Koons insisted that “I’ve made what The Beatles would have made if they had made sculpture”. While that claim will not help ...