While it would be easy to wax poetic on the beauty of Pontormo’s Visitation and the attractive red walls that
It’s that time again… for annual Slow Art Day! The date is Saturday April 28 2012, worldwide. In Florence, the
You’d have to have been dropped on the head when young to not notice the fortuitous timeliness of this Fall’s exhibits at Palazzo Strozzi – upstairs “Money and Beauty: Bankers, Botticelli and the Bonfire of the Vanities” and downstairs “Declining Democracy”. Both exhibits are equally contemporary, and they will make you reflect upon our current, collective situation whether you’re an Italian resident or a visitor from abroad.
I’m thrilled to break some insider news in the field of social media and museums (two of my favourite things).
The exhibit Angry Young Men: Picasso, Mirò, Dalì, the Birth of Modernity is on now through July at Palazzo Strozzi
If you participated in International Slow Art Day in Florence that I hosted last year, you already know that you’ll
Kant: Time is in us and we are in time. The white rabbit: I’m late, I’m late, for a very