until July 12

The Museo Novecento launches a multi-year exhibition project based on the idea of ​​design in relation to other artistic disciplines or sciences. On the occasion of the first exhibition "Il disegno dello scultore" will be presented graphic works signed by Adolfo Wildt, Jacques Lipchitz, David Smith, Louise Bourgeois, Luciano Fabro, Rebecca Horn and Rachel Whiteread, alternating figuration and abstraction, body studies and space investigations , sketches and projects.
Il disegno dello scultore aims to analyze and bring into play the foundations and models of the artistic experience and more generally of modern and contemporary visual cultures through signs, drawings, sketches and sketches that from the beginning of the 20th century reach the contemporary age. . Research, analysis and study of the images are all the bases of this exhibition project that in its first phase will involve sculptors of different generations and culture, but in its subsequent developments will alternate monographic focus to further sampling and especially to new incursions in the fields of painting and architecture, science and literature.

Place and Hours: Museo del Novecento, Piazza di Santa Maria Novella 

Mon - Sun | 11:00 - 20:00
Thursday | 11:00 - 14:00
Friday | 11:00 - 23:00


Prices: Full ticket 10 euro

from July 18 to July 28

The third edition of the Festival will bring great national and international characters to Piazza della Santissima Annunziata, a formula that combines great concerts, art visits, culture and gourmet (for Gold Package holders, buffet dinner set up at Istituto Degli Innocenti).
During the days of the MusArt Festival, spectators will be able to visit, for free, some of the most significant places of art adjacent to Piazza della Santissima Annunziata.
The scheduled events include: on July 20 Roberto Bolle will perform on stage with his "Roberto Bolle and Friends": the dance gala of the famous Italian étoile that will be not only a conductor but also a performer along with some of the best dancers in the world.
On July 23rd Chick Corea will be the living legend of jazz that has its roots in the Latin rhythm and in fusion.
On July 25, a great protagonist of Italian music on stage: Francesco De Gregori. He will go on stage with Guido Guglielminetti on double bass, Paolo Giovenchi on guitar, Alessandro Valle on pedal steel guitar and Carlo Gaudiello on piano.
And many others..

Place and Hours: Piazza Santissima Annunziata, concerts from 9.15 pm

Prices: tickets for:

Roberto Bolle 46/75 euro
Chick Corea 35/58 euro
Francesco de Gregori 30/52 euro

until July 22

Palazzo Strozzi hosts the exhibition Nascita di una Nazione. Between Guttuso, Fontana and Schifano: an extraordinary journey through art, politics and society in Italy between the Fifties and the period of the protest of the Sixty-eight through eighty works by artists such as Renato Guttuso, Lucio Fontana, Alberto Burri, Emilio Vedova, Enrico Castellani , Piero Manzoni, Mario Schifano, Mario Merz and Michelangelo Pistoletto.

Place and Time: Palazzo Strozzi, every day including holidays 10.00-20.00 Thursday: 10.00-23.00
Prices: Full ticket 13 euro

26 July

The veneration of Sant'Anna is the result of an episode of political character among the most important for the Republican Florence of the fourteenth century: the expulsion of Florence by Gualtieri di Brienne, known as the Duca di Atene, with a popular uprising, just the day of Sant'Anna, July 26, 1343. So Florence put an end to the tyranny in the city of the stranger.
In memory of the expulsion of the duke, the theme of Sant'Anna assumed a civic as well as religious value, to the point of becoming the patron saint of the city.

Place and Time: 8.45 pm - A representation of the Historic Procession of the Florentine Republic will start from the Palagio di Parte Guelfa, directed towards Piazza della Signoria, passing through Via Porta Rossa and Via Vacchereccia;
9.00 pm - from the Palazzo Vecchio Arranging, the Historical Procession with the Authorities will join the Florence Bisenzio Rotary Club Parade and along Via Calzaiuoli will reach the Duomo;
9.30 pm - in the churchyard of Santa Maria del Fiore - the religious authorities, will join the parade that, along Via Roma and Via Calimala will reach the Church of Orsanmichele;
10.00 pm - in the Church of Orsanmichele there will be the blessing and the delivery of the candle.


Prices: Free

until July 31

The exhibition presents some of the masterpieces preserved in the graphic collection of the English collector Herbert P. Horne (London 1864 - Florence 1916). The sheets follow a chronological order that spans three centuries, from the sixteenth to the eighteenth century, and refer to prestigious commissions and celebrated enterprises, from the frescoes of the Vatican Rooms to the decoration of the Salone dei Cinquecento, from places of worship to noble residences.
The selection includes all the drawings by Raphael present in the graphic background to open the exhibition that runs through the centuries, offering the public the opportunity to appreciate artists such as Giorgio Vasari, Ludovico Carracci, Federico Barocci, Peter Paul Rubens, Pietro da Cortona and Giambattista Tiepolo.

Place and Time: Horne Museum, Monday-Sunday 10 am-2 pm; closed on Wednesdays
Prices: Full ticket 7 euro

until March 10, 2019

The ancient mansion of Palazzo Bartolini Salimbeni will welcome the selection of the works that Roberto Casamonti, in his long activity in the art world, has collected to constitute the main body of his collection.

The paintings and sculptures on display are the result of years of passionate research that give life to an assembly able to represent the exceptional historical and artistic evolution that crosses the whole of the twentieth century.

The collection of Italian and foreign works of art is divided into works by artists at the beginning of the twentieth century and until the early sixties with masterpieces by Fattori, Balla, Picasso, Leger, Chagall, Ernst, Kandinsky, Klein, Fontana, Castellani, Manzoni and numerous others.

Place and Time: Palazzo Bartolini Salimbeni, Piazza di Santa Trinita
From Wednesday to Sunday from 11.30 to 19.00 last admission 18.30
Prices: free admission by reservation

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