Exhibtions in Florence are waiting for you!
For 2024 the program of exhibitions in Florence is intense: from contemporary art and its major interpreters through to 21st century art and photography. Here are some of the exhibitions in Florence 2024 to visit in the city.
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From the 60s to the beginning of the 21st century at the Roberto Casamonti Collection until 31 December 2023 – postponed until the 30th of September
In the first year of opening, the masterpieces of the first half of the twentieth century were exhibited in Palazzo Salimbeni, received with considerable interest by the public and critics. In the exhibtion Dagli anni 60 agli inizi del XXI secolo there isthe Arte Povera with artist from Penone, Ceroli, Zorio, Merz, Pistoletto, Kounellis, Gilardi, Boetti, Calzolari to Pascali. While Biasi, Colombo and Bury testify to Kinetic or Programmed Art. Agnetti e Paolini, the Conceptual Art
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Alphonse Mucha la seduzione dell’Art Nouveau at Museo degli Innocenti until April 7 2023
From 27 October 2023 to April 7 2024 the Museo degli Innocenti will put on display the first exhibition in Florence dedicated to Alphonse Mucha, father of the Art Nouveau and creator of iconic advertising images and graphics thanks to which he created a new way of communication. The so-called “mucha women” have become a symbol of his style.
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Salvatore Ferragamo 1898 – 1960 at the Ferragamo Museum until 4 November 2024
The Museo Ferragamo in Florence, to celebrate one hundred years since the inauguration of the first Ferragamo store in Hollywood, the exhibition opens Salvatore Ferragamo 1898-1960, retracing the history of the great craftsman and recalling the first retrospective exhibition on Salvatore Ferragamo presented in 1985 at Palazzo Strozzi and in other prestigious venues.
Salvatore Ferragamo 1898-1960 it is therefore a journey back in memory, an investigation into the role of the museum and the curatorial practice that accompanies it.
Celestial splendors The observation of the sky from Galileo to gravitational waves at the Galileo Museum until 17 March 2024
The observation of the sky from Galileo to gravitational waves , at Museo Galileo in Florence, constitutes one of the main initiatives to celebrate the 400th anniversary of the publication of Galileo Galilei’s Assayer. The “celestial splendors” are the comets and, by extension, the new worlds that the telescope allowed us to see for the first time in the history of humanity: the mountains of the Moon, the sunspots, the phases of Venus, the satellites of Jupiter and the infinite stars of the Milky Way.