From June 1 to July 2, a section will open for free guided tours of the inaugural exhibition Beyond the Walls of Sant’Orsola.
Still life, portrait and human figure works will be on display, as well as drawings and paintings of cast models.
Palazzo Medici Riccardi opens an exhibition dedicated to the works of baroque painter Luca Giordano.
The "Watching and Waiting" exhibition reflects on the sculpture's role as witness.
A double exhibition presents the art of Swiss sculptor Alberto Giacometti and Argentine-Italian painter Lucio Fontana.
The Eleonora di Toledo and the Invention of the Medici Court in Florence exhibition at Palazzo Pitti will run until May 14, 2023.
Check these art exhibitions in Florence off your list during the cold months.
Venture to the little-known Palazzo Marucelli-Fenzi this winter to gaze at Late Baroque art.
The Nativity scene takes an ecological twist in this contemporary art installation.
As a city with the world’s attention, how does Florence prevent its glorious heritage in culture from stifling the achievements of today?
The Adoration of the Magi painting will be displayed alongside an exhibition on the attribution process.
Four Polimoda master's students have developed intriguing installations based on magazines of their own making.
Banksyphiles will gravitate towards this unforgettable show.
Museo Novecento is opening an exhibition of the works of Alberto Magnelli and is also displaying Jean Arp's sculpture Larme de Galaxie.
An interview with Biba Giacchetti about the Elliott Erwitt exhibition at Villa Bardini this October.
The exhibition titled "Botticelli and Renaissance Florence" is the result of a collaboration with the Uffizi Galleries.
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.
100 years after his death, the Stefano Bardini Museum will display items from the archives of Palazzo Mozzi Bardini.
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.
Explore the creative process of the artist Tony Cragg at an exhibition opening at the Museo Novecento.
Austrian artist Erwin Wurm's Salsiccia Fat Bus in piazza Santa Maria Novella is a clever, albeit provocative draw to the main show at nearby Galleria Poggiali.
Colour, water and light focused works dialogue with the Renaissance palazzo.
50 years after the memorable exhibition at Forte Belvedere, Florence once again displays sculptures by the British artist.