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4 must-see exhibitions in Florence

  • Discoveries and Massacres. Ardengo Soffici and the Avant-Garde in Florence

    Discoveries and Massacres. Ardengo Soffici and the Avant-Garde in Florence

  • Real Time and Time of Reality. Clocks at the Pitti Palace from the 18th to the 20th century

    Real Time and Time of Reality. Clocks at the Pitti Palace from the 18th to the 20th century

  • Ai Weiwei. Libero

    Ai Weiwei. Libero

  • Across Art and Fashion

    Across Art and Fashion

Here are the 4 great art exhibitions in Florence that you don’t want to miss this fall!

Discoveries and Massacres. Ardengo Soffici and the Avant-Garde in Florence

Until January 8, 2017, Statue and Painting Gallery of the Uffizi

The first monographic exhibition dedicated to Ardengo Soffici, the painter and art critic who, through his “discoveries” and “massacres”, marked a turning point in Italian figurative art. The exhibition includes works by other artists such as Picasso, Renoir, De Chirico and Carrà.

Real Time and Time of Reality. Clocks at the Pitti Palace from the 18th to the 20th century

Until January 8,  2017, Modern Art Gallery of Palazzo Pitti

Amazing objects revealing their duality: on one side, a sophisticated and complex mechanism, on the other, the case which was designed to protect the delicate mechanism but then turned into a work of art in its own right.

Ai Weiwei. Libero

Until January 22 ,2017, Palazzo Strozzi

One of the world’s most celebrated and controversial contemporary artists at Palazzo Strozzi. Famous and new works showcased across the whole building: façade, courtyard, main floor and  the Strozzina Gallery.

Starhotels Michelangelo invites you to visit Palazzo Strozzi’s great exhibitions by giving you 2 complimentary tickets!

Across Art and Fashion

Until April 7, 2017, Ferragamo Museum

Clothing and accessories blurring the lines between art and fashion. Reciprocal inspirations, overlaps and collaborations, from the experiences of the Pre-Raphaelites to those of Futurism, and from Surrealism to Radical Fashion.

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