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Gallery Hotel Art reopens with Alan Gelati’s Light and Shadows photography show

The newly reopened Gallery Hotel Art hosts photographer Alan Gelati’s My Lights & Shadows collection, which is being presented for the first time in Italy.

ART + CULTURE

4½ minutes: the story behind Fotoautomatica

Phoebe Hunt talks to Matteo Sani about what’s so magical about vintage photo booths and why he decided to rescue them as FOTOAUTOMATICA. 

ART + CULTURE

Hidden Florence: underground in the aqueducts

It’s hard to find something that hasn’t already been seen in Florence, given the attention the city’s had for centuries. But therein lies the challenge: finding original viewpoints and sides ...

ART + CULTURE

Hotel Savoy: Zeffirelli’s leading ladies

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).         ...

ART + CULTURE

Postcards from Florence past: Piero Boni + Piero Moschi

    You could walk past Piero Boni’s tabaccheria near Ponte alla Carraia and think it was just like every other of the hundreds in Florence. But if you know ...

THINGS TO DO

Massimo Sestini at Forte Belvedere

  Tuscany as you’ve never seen it before: 20 gigantic works by the Prato-born renowned photojournalist Massimo Sestini stand magnificently at Forte Belvedere, overlooking the city until October 31. The ...

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Massimo Sestini at Forte Belvedere

  Tuscany as you’ve never seen it before: 20 gigantic works by the Prato-born renowned photojournalist Massimo Sestini stand magnificently at Forte Belvedere, overlooking the city until October 31. The ...

ART + CULTURE

MeDisProject photography – A Pandemic Diary

    A photojournal captured by family and portrait photographers, Dovile Bruzaite and Matteo Baldini of MeDisProject Photography, is an emotional and poignant series of shots that memorialize the lockdown ...

ART + CULTURE

The Covid-19 Visual Project

Cortona On The Move is not quite what you would expect to find in a gorgeous if geriatric Etruscan hilltown near Arezzo. Archaeological museums, yes, palazzi looking out over the ...

ART + CULTURE

Centenarians of Tuscany

In 2015, Tuscany set the record as having the highest number of centenarians in Italy with as many as 1,500 individuals reaching the impressive 100-year mark. Inspired by this information, ...

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Venice Film Festival: In Pictures

  Andrea Paoletti reports from the red carpet at the 76th Venice International Film Festival.

ART + CULTURE

Ichi-go ichi-ge

    A Japanese four-character idiom (yojijukugo) that describes a cultural concept of treasuring the unrepeatable nature of a moment. Dating back to 16th-century tea ceremonies, where participants would meet ...

ART + CULTURE

Faceless in Florence

After moving abroad, I quickly became aware of how long it takes to understand a place that is not your own. I know I can only come so close to ...

ART + CULTURE

The golden hour in Florence

As calendar pages are turned from May to June, the ideal conditions are created for that extraordinary moment when Florence reaches the pinnacle of prettiness: the golden hour. It’s that ...

FOOD + WINE

Chianti Tellers: a photographic exhibition

The Chianti Tellers exhibition will go on show at the Casa Chianti Classico in Radda in Chianti from April 2017 onwards.

Lifestyle

The Arno: a year in photos

Melinda Gallo captures the Arno River all year round: from crisp January to deep-heat August to the sparkling lights of December.

ART + CULTURE

Backstreets of Florence

To photograph is to write with light. Whether oblique, filtered or backlit, light is the common denominator that runs through this photo story by Lorenzo Concas. His choice to capture ...

NEWS

When the World Answered: from flood to film

Photographer Nicholas Krazcyna wades chest deep in the swirling mire to take the 16 prize-winning frames that would immortalize Florence’s 1966 Flood in the collective imagination forever. Franco Zeffirelli flew in on an army plane to film Florence’s plight and moved the world to action.

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