For the ArtSmart Roundtable, the topic this month is “War and Peace”, and we have a contribution by Master Armourer
“I only only cook things I would feed my own grandchildren,” says Mauro, owner and chef at Il Canto del
For Antony Gormely, the human body is an elemental space that has great potential. We come from the human body
Growing up in Toronto, Canada, we had a pretty good variety of vegetables available to us thanks to the city’s
There’s no question that the Tuscan landscape is highly inspiring. The region’s natural beauties are irresistable to capture in photography
Florence is abuzz with the opening of a new restaurant with a feminine touch. Irene was the name of the
Prato is one of the most multi-ethnic cities in all of Europe: of 200,000 residents, 18% are foreigners – not
Sunny skies, long summers and delicious Mediterranean cuisine – buying property in Italy and moving here is certainly tempting. Recently,
The Ponte Vecchio or ‘Old Bridge’, that joins the centre of city with the district of Oltrarno on the south
March 8th is International Women’s Day, and to celebrate this year, we’re looking at images of motherhood in Italian art
If the Medici were alive today, other than being bankers and politicians, they’d probably be dealing in commercial real estate.
Pastrami is a 10 year old Golden Retriever who loves art. Or so we’d like to imagine, based on the
I work at The Florentine, where we do a lot of translations from Italian to English. Over the years, we’ve
Every year, many tourists visit the beautiful Tuscan town of San Gimignano. They come to see the famous medieval towers
In a city full of cooking schools, restaurants and event spaces, the newest opening in Florence is a place that
A book in English that explains what is going on in the beautiful and ailing country of Italy is certainly
Many return visitors to Florence wax nostalgic about past experiences and wish to repeat them over again a decade later.
I occasionally hear about contemporary art exhibitions in Florentine galleries, but seldom manage to go see them since they are
If you’re planning a return trip to Florence, Italy in 2015, or if you’re here for a longer period, you’ll
It’s that time of year again. When trees get trimmed and everyone asks “Are you going home for the holidays?”.
UPDATE: If you missed it at Palazzo Pitti, this show has moved to Reggia di Venaria (Torino) where it will