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What's Showing around Tuscany?

Trying to make plans for your holidays?  Check out a selection of some of the most interesting ongoing exhibits in Tuscany.  And we suggest that you read our blog post to learn more about some of the more intiguing contemporary art exhibits in Florence.

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A Selection of the Best Exhibits in Tuscany


Siena | LA GRANDE GUERRA | until Jan 15, 2017

through the eyes of Siena

When: 29 Oct, 2016 - 15 Jan, 2017

Hours: Mon - Thur: 10am - 5pm, Fri: 10am - 8pm & Sat - Sun: 10am - 7pm, Closed on Tuesday
Special holiday hours Everyday from 10am - 7pm, Friday 10am - 10 pm & Closed on 25 December

City: Siena

Where: Santa Maria della Scala

Website

100 photos taken by soldiers from Siena during the 41 months of conflict. Through these evocative images it is possible to see the events, not as a journalist, but as a young man living the war.

From the private archives of soldiers from the Siena area, this exhibition takes their personal photos and enlarges them to share the pain and joy, the images that made it to film of the activities during World War I. 

Travel through the emotional journey with photos, dairies and more that tell a personal story.

Dali. Il sogno del classico


Pisa | DALI. IL SOGNO DEL CLASSICO | until Feb 5, 2017

Dalí. The Classic Dream

When: 1 Oct, 2016 - 5 Feb, 2017

Hours: Mon - Fri: 10am - 7pm & Sat - Sun: 10am - 8pm

City: Pisa, Palazzo Blu

Where: Palazzo d’Arte e Cultura - Palazzo Blu, Lungarno Gambacorti, 9, 56125

Website

”Start by imitating the classics, and then you can do anything” - Salvado Dalì

Metamorphism, provocative, visionary, Salvador Dalí is an artist; both a myth and myth-maker. Salvador Dalí is exhibited in direct comparison with the ancient traditions and with the great masters of the past.

This is the Dalí who loved the great Italian Masters, citing Raphael & Cellini, illustrating Dante and Michelangelo, the star of this show, is the trilogy dedicated to Surrealism.

Dali. Il sogno del classico


Pisa | VOLAREARTE | until June 15, 2017

When: Until June 15, 2017

City: Pisa

Where: Galileo Galilei Airport

Well into the third edition of this initiative by the Henraux Foundation together with the Tuscany Airports, you will find a collection of 9 sculptures from Park Eun Sun gracing the Pisa airport.

This renowned Korean artist, a long time resident of Versilia, arrived in Italy to satisfy his desire to work with Apuane marbles. His artwork, known on an international level, is remarkable for the pure geometric forms composed of bi-color slabs of marble.

Park Eun Sun at Pisa


Viareggio | SIGNORINI E DI NITTIS | until Feb. 26, 2017

The 1800’s open for the World to See

ottocento aperto al mondo in viareggio

When: July 2 - February 26, 2017

Where: Centro Matteucci per l’Arte Moderna, Via D’annunzio, 28, Viareggio

For Hours see Website

The newest exhibition at the Matteucci Center for Modern Art features an impressive display of masterpieces by the artists De Nittis, Zandomeneghi and Boldini.

The above works will be shown side by side to those of Signorini, Lega and other protagonists for the “Macchiaiolo” period.


Prato | LA FINE DEL MONDO | until March 19, 2017

The End of the World

When: October 16 - March 19, 2017

City: Prato

Where: Centro Pecci Prato, Viale della Repubblica, 277, 59100 Prato

For Hours see Website

View today as from a distance, the idea is to “experience the feeling of being projected thousands of light years away to view our current world as if it were a fossil, geological eras from the present time, resulting in a feeling of being suspended in a limbo between a now distant past and a still distant future.”

Throughout the exhibition, many expressions and artistic languages will be interconnected: music, theatre, cinema, architecture and dance represented not just as side events but as integral moments of the show, helping to build an immersive and captivating narrative.


Arezzo | LE ETA’ DELL’ORO | until May 7, 2017

When: August 5, 2016 - May 7, 2017

City: Arezzo

Where: Casa Museo Bruschi, Piazza San Francesco, 1

For Hours see Website

The Reflections of Piero della Francesca, music images, and jewelry presented on an innovative video guide concentrating on the magical work of Piero della Francesca.

The presentation of an exhibition in the format of a high resolution video, animated with images and details from the most important work of Piero della Francesca. You will find the amazing copies of the jewelry represented in his artwork, pieces that were executed by Giulio Manfredi in 1992 and which now make up part of the Museum treasures.

After almost 25 years of their first showing, the Casa Ivan Bruschi has them on exhibition in honor of the 600th anniversary of the birth of Piero della Francesca.

Le età dell'Oro Piero della Fransceca in Arezzo


Author: Donna Scharnagl

It has been over 24 years since I took my first steps in Italy and I still haven’t found a good reason to leave.  Between the food, the culture, the history, the art, the landscapes … did I mention the food? I have become a lifelong student. And I soon learned that Italians all have stories that long to be told; stories that paint a picture of how hard work produces character, how life is made of ups and downs and how good it feels to laugh.



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