A great event for rock lovers as well as for others: after the release of the new album “Bag of Bones”, Europe will perform live in Florence on 25th October 2012; the unmissable concert...
Fenice Nine Arts International Festival of Poggibonsi, festival dedicated to theme of transformation in art, celebrates, until 4th November 2012, Jean Giraud (known also as Moebius) one of the most famous comic strip artists of twentieth century, with an exclusive exhibition of his last work, composed by 50 illustrated pages.
From 31st October to 4th November 2012, takes place at Fortezza Da Basso in Florence “Tutto Sposi 2012”, the most important and representative exhibition of northern Italy dedicated to married couples, on its 20th edition.
Until 27th January 2013 Florence will be led by great art, thanks to the exhibition “Francis Bacon and the Existential Condition in Contemporary Art”, which will take place in Palazzo Strozzi.
Florence, cradle of the Renaissance, from age to age has undergone many changes, represented by the exhibit “Florence in the eyes of the artist, from Signorini to Rosai”, which will take place in the Modern art gallery of Pitti Palace, until 28th October 2012.
After the success of the past editions, “In Canto gregoriano – Incontri Internazionali a Firenze” returns in Florence with eight events characterized by Gregorian chant, which will entertain Florentine audience until 14th October 2012.
Oblate’s Library of Florence organizes “Library walkthrough”, exclusive guided tours dedicated to culture and history. Tours will take place on 6th October, 3rd November and 1st December 2012.
Florence is reconfirmed as source of beauties and cradle of art, as it will host a unique exhibition until 20th October 2012: “Magnifici tre, jewel-books of Lorenzo de’ Medici”. These illuminated codes, ordered by Lorenzo the Magnificent for his daughters, are masterpieces of Renaissance, and they’ll be showed for the first time after five centuries.
The 13th edition of Festa della Ceramica (an international exhibition of contemporary ceramics) will be host on Saturday 6th and Sunday 7th October 2012, in the beautiful SS. Annunziata square in Florence.
Florentine Musical May is the well-known festival characterized by prestigious operas, concerts and ballets which animates the cradle of Renaissance with timeless music every year. Sechs Tänze, ballet by Kylián, will be on stage from 27th to 30th September 2012.