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Exhibitions in Florence, author's spring

Spring in Florence promises a cultural stay, thanks to some unmissable exhibitions. From classic to contemporary style, from Italian to international artists, the proposals are for all tastes.

Ticket in hand, let's set off to discover the works of art exhibited in the city.

 

Reaching for the Stars - From Maurizio Cattelan to Lynette Yiadom-Boakye at Palazzo Strozzi
 

From 4 March to 18 June, Palazzo Strozzi celebrates some of the most important contemporary artists with the exhibition Reaching for the Stars. From Maurizio Cattelan to Lynette Yiadom-Boakye.

Among the most famous Renaissance buildings in Italy, Palazzo Strozzi houses more than 70 works, signed by some of the most influential contemporary Italian and international artists. From Maurizio Cattelan to Cindy Sherman, from Damien Hirst to Lynette Yiadom-Boakye, the echo of Renaissance splendor merges with the extravagance of contemporary works, a privileged meeting point for reflecting on the future of art.

Paintings, installations, sculptures, photographs and videos: Reaching for the Stars is a multimedia exhibition. Called to participate in the construction of the meaning of each work, the visitor is the protagonist of the exhibition, conceived as a platform for experimentation and active participation.

The works in Reaching for the Stars come from the Sandretto Re Rebaudengo Collection, one of the most prestigious collections of contemporary art in the world.

 

Lucio Fontana. L'origine du monde at the Museo del Novecento

 

From 2 March to 13 September, the Museo del Novecento welcomes numerous works by Lucio Fontana, coming directly from the Lucio Fontana Foundation. Among the most important artists of the last century, the works of the Italian-Argentinian investigate the relationship between the birth of life and that of the works of an artist, on the border between the finite and the infinite world.

The sculptures and drawings take the visitor on a journey back through space and time, two of the lesser-known aspects of the artist's career.

Until June 4, other works by Fontana are exhibited at the Palazzo Vecchio Museum in Florence, in cohabitation with those of another master of the last century, Alberto Giacometti. The Giacometti – Fontana exhibition. The quest for the absolute is set up between the Sala delle Udienze and the Sala dei Gigli: the latter also houses Donatello's Judith.

Admire the art of Lucio Fontana and Giacometti: set off to discover the origin of the world and boundless space.

 
Eleonora of Toledo at Palazzo Pitti

 

Until 14 May, another imposing Florentine Renaissance palace is hosting an exhibition dedicated to an influential personality of sixteenth-century Florence: Duchessa Eleonora di Toledo, wife of Cosimo de' Medici.

On the ground floor of Palazzo Pitti, in the rooms of the Treasury of the Grand Dukes, the exhibition traces the most significant stages in the life of the duchess, an icon of fashion and style of Renaissance Florence. Over 100 works including paintings, drawings, dresses, jewels, precious stones and tapestries are the cornerstones of the narration of the life of Eleonora di Toledo.


 

A spring to be experienced in the name of exhibitions and museums in the cradle of the Renaissance. Book your stay in the center of Florence now: choose the Grand Hotel Adriatico, the four-star hotel just a few minutes' walk from all the attractions.

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