Issue 275

BUY THIS ISSUE + Black History Month Florence Special

PDF Edition – Our digital subscribers receive the February issue of The Florentine featuring this cover of the large wooden altarpiece titled Modern Ancient Brown-Altar artwork produced by African American artist McArthur Binion specifically for Florence’s Museo Novecento.




Black History Month Florence special:

  • A refuge with a reminder – A review of Modern Ancient Brown at Museo Novecento / Justin Randolph Thompson
  • Echoes and agreements – A photo essay in partnership with the Gallerie degli Uffizi / Theophilus Marboah
  • Breaking the silence – Unsilencing Florence’s colonial past / Daphné Budasz
  • The Black body – Portraying Africans in Italy / Angelica Pesarini
  • Black stories on the bookshelf – A month of reading in Feltrinelli stores
  • Coffee and colonialism – Thoughts of a barista in Florence / Jessica Sartiani

Additional content this February

  • Letter to the editor about Made in Tuscany crafts
  • Invest in Tuscany: celebrating 10 years of foreign investment / Helen Farrell
  • Coffee craft in Florence / Phoebe Hunt
  • Best events this February / Jane Farrell
  • Interview with Lapo Chirici of IED Firenze
  • A Santo Spirito lunch with Andre Thomas Halyard / Hershey Felder
  • The Andrea Bocelli Foundation: new educational hub and headquarters / Jane Farrell
  • At Home guide: comforts from Tuscany
  • Welcoming words with Reverend Richard Easterling and David Wohlgemuth / Helen Farrell
  • The Great Synagogue and the Jewish community of Florence / Hershey Felder
  • When music transcends language: Coriandoli Elettronici / Jane Farrell
  • The final say: The Buffalo Soldiers / Deirdre Pirro
  • Classified Ads

Additional information

Weight 100 g

Digital PDF