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May 27, 2020

Museums, exhibitions and gardens reopen

Florence continues to reopen its museums and monuments after the Covid-19 lockdown
January 14, 2020

Winter exhibitions in Prato

This winter, Prato’s museums provide at least three good reasons to return to the textile city. Consider it an easy day trip by train, with plenty of opportunities for good food and shopping between museums and before returning to Florence.       POST CARAVAGGIO     Ph. Marco Badiani     A “boutique” exhibition […]
June 26, 2019

Exhibitions at Palazzo Pitti, Summer 2019

Palazzo Pitti has a roster of top-tier events inside the palace and outside in the Boboli Gardens to celebrate the 500th anniversary of the birth of Cosimo I de’ Medici, the first Grand Duke of Florence, and to welcome in the warmer weather.     INSIDE       The salient moments of Cosimo I’s […]
April 30, 2019

Leonardo exhibitions in Florence and Tuscany

Leonardo was 67 when he died at Clos Lucé, in central France, on May 2, 1519.     Although he had been away from Florence for a decade, he never stopped feeling close to the city. Throughout his life he referred to himself as a “Florentine painter” and he requested his final resting place to […]
March 19, 2018

Ongoing and upcoming exhibitions at the Uffizi Galleries

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, […]
September 6, 2017

Autumn 2017 exhibitions in Italy

Variety, from Caravaggio to Van Gogh
May 2, 2017

Spring exhibitions in Italy

Two shows to see this summer
April 11, 2017

Kid-friendly exhibitions in Florence this spring

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 […]
February 21, 2017

2017 Exhibitions at the Uffizi

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 […]
October 30, 2016
1966 Florence FloodCULTURE

Florence flood exhibitions in New York and Washington

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 […]