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Who thinks that Florence is only the cradle of the Renaissance?
Florence is universally considered to be the City of art par excellence, an everlasting outdoor museum with its priceless heritage, the perception of the city is surely univocal in everyone’s mind; the main idea is that of a city basically linked to the Renaissance.
Posted on 6/12/2013

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Born in 2014 out of an urban renewal plan, on the basis of a project by architect Renzo Piano, Le Murate. Contemporary Art Projects offers exhibitions, meetings, performances and workshops focused on the issues and artistic languages of contemporary art.

Posted on 4/2/2015

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Do not miss the exhibition at Palazzo Medici Riccardi dedicated to Keith Haring and Paolo Buggiani in the background of an incendiary New York in the early Eighties.

Posted on 25/10/2017

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Dedicated to Italian art in the Twentieth Century, the Museum Novecento offers a selection of around 300 works distributed in 15 rooms, besides a study room, a department for Prints and Drawings and a room for conferences and screenings.

Posted on 31/7/2014

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Florence was the driving force of the Renaissance, the witness of a few episodes of the Baroque between the seventeenth and the eighteenth centuries and the home of the Macchiaioli painters. This city makes really interesting offers to its visitors concerning the circuit of contemporary art as well.

Posted on 6/12/2013

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If you enjoy taking long walks in the open air, maybe shrouded in the silence of the countryside and you are also fond of contemporary art, this is the right path for you.

Posted on 3/12/2013

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