While the The Cinquecento in Florence exhibition is now open (quick reminder: until January 21st 2018), the curators have designed an itinerary in and around Florence to enjoy and understand even better the spirit and the masterpieces of the exhibition itself.
Not to mention some special events that you can enjoy while in Palazzo Strozzi!
The Cinquecento in Florence Exhibition focuses on the Mannerism and Counter-Reformation related artworks in Florence with works by Michelangelo, Andrea del Sarto, Giorgio Vasari, Santi di Tito, Alessandro Allori and Giambologna.
Many of the works – such as the three Depositions by Pontormo, Rosso Fiorentino and Bronzino – have been restored expressly on the occasion of the current exhibition.
The Cinquecento’s Fuorimostra
The Fuorimostra – literally out of the exhibition – project gives to the art aficionados even more: a guide and an itinerary – an “art trek”, we could say – to enjoy the topics and the artists of the exhibition in other Florence locations and around Tuscany.
Here it is some suggestions we collected for you.
- September, Wednesday 27th, Biblioteca delle Oblate, Carlo Falciani and Antonio Natali: launch of the exhibition.
- October, Wedensday 4th, Biblioteca della Toscana Pietro Leopoldo, Ludovica Sebregondi: The Cinquecento in Florence and Tuscany: launch of Fuorimostra.
- November, Tuesday 28th, Accademia delle Arti del Disegno, Giorgio Bonsanti: Michelangelo’s Dio Fluviale restoration.
The Cinquecento in Tuscany
The Fuorimostra project highlights sites of interest in Tuscany where to experience the concepts of Mannerism and Counter-Reformation.
- Badia delle Sante Flora e Lucilla – medieval church renovated to a design by Giorgio Vasari in 1565.
- Casa Museo Ivan Bruschi – Jacone’s (Jacopo di Giovanni di Francesco, Firenze 1495-1554) artworks: Madonna addolorata and Maria Maddalena.
- Casa Vasari – Giorgio Vasari’s house – Permanent exhibition with Vasari’s and other Tuscan Manierists works.
- Pinacoteca and Museo Civico – Works by Rosso Fiorentino, Giuliano Bugiardini.
More Cinquecento in Florence
- Basilica di Santa Croce – Vasari’s artwork, such as the Monument to Michelangelo.
- Santa Maria Novella complex – works by Vasari, Giovan Battista Naldini, Alessandro
Allori, Girolamo Macchietti, Bronzino, Santi di Tito and Poccetti.
The Cinquecento’s Specials
Exhibition’s special events.
- Wednesdays (from October 18th), 13:30/14:00 – Pausa d’Arte – “Art Break” – lunch with an arty twist.
- Sundays, from 10:30 – Kids’ Lab (7/12 y.o.).
- Wednesdays (October 25th, November 29th, December 20th, January 10th), from 17:00 – Kids’ Lab (3/6 y.o.).