1 October 2010

In Florence…VINUM NOSTRUM

Friday, October 1st, 2010

The Argenti Museum hosts the exhibition “Vinum Nostrum. Art, Science and Myths of Wine in Ancient Mediterranean Civilization “, that outlines the origins of viticulture in the Middle East, its full statement with symbolic, religious and cultural meanings in the hellenic world, to production and distribution of wine on a large scale made by the [...]

CERAMICS ANIMATED di Paola Staccioli – hurry up these are the last days!

Friday, October 1st, 2010

We came near the end, but you have two days time to visit at the Porcelain Museum of Palazzo Pitti the exhibition of  Animated Ceramics  by Paola Staccioli. So hurry up, don’t miss it!

CASA BUONARROTI HOSTS FOR JUST A FEW DAYS……PIETRO DA CORTONA

Friday, October 1st, 2010

“An European glory” as it is called the exhibition dedicated to Pietro da Cortona that could be visitated in  Casa Buonarroti untill the 11th October 2010. Pietro da Cortona worked in Florence between 1637 and 1647, leaving its works as frescos painter in the famous rooms of Palazzo Pitti.

PARIS IS WORTH A MASS! The Medici tribute to Henry IV, King of France.

Friday, October 1st, 2010

Four hundred years since murder  Henry IV,  the Superintendent of the Florence Museum of the Medicee Chapels, together with the Musée National du Chateau de Pau intends to celebrate with a major exhibition “Paris is worth a Mass! The Medici tribute to Henry IV, King of France.

INTERNATIONAL CERAMICS FAIR

Friday, October 1st, 2010

The XI°  edition of the International Ceramics Fair, an exhibition of artistic contemporary ceramics will take place on Saturday 2 and Sunday 3 October, 2010 in the suggestive Square S.S.Annunziata, from 10 am to 19 pm, where it will be exhibited the works made by around 60 Italian and European potters.

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