Unannoadarte 2015- Florence A Year in Art 2015

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The most famous museums in the world and in Florence prepare well ahead of time for their exhibits for the following year. In 2015, the Bargello, the Uffizi, and Galleria dell’Accademia, and other museums release their programs for the year

All the Florence Apps by Comune di Firenze

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What better way to explore the city of Florence then by being informed of what things to see and do? Available to you are various apps to make your time in Florence even more enjoyable. Two of the apps are

Accademia Bartolini- Arnina

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Lorenzo Bartolini shows his true talent as a sculptor with his beautiful, life-like, and graceful Nymph Arnina. His artwork was just recently released to the public since it was previously unseen. Both versions of the Nymph Arnina were tracked down,

Restoration of the crucifix by Donatello

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Today, at the Bargello museum an announcement that the crucifix was in fact done by Donatello. After years of wondering about who was the creator of this piece, due to a restoration that took place thanks to Friends of Florence,

Expo rurale 2014

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The expo rural 2014 took place in a park that was transformed into a cattle show. This is the perfect opportunity to learn more about the Italian country lifestyle without having to leave the comfort of the city. The main purpose

LdM Slow Drink activities in collaboration with EATALY

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Students at LdM have the opportunity to participate at a slow drink activity that takes place at Eataly. Wine producers and food store owners travel from all over Italy to explain their products to students, and talk about the Italian culture

Best Instagram places in Florence

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The best places in Florence for the perfect Instagram picture is south of the river. Students pick places around the city to inform you of the best places to appreciate the beautiful city without people in the way. The church

Frank Espinosa cartoonist in Florence

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Frank Espinosa, an animator, illustrator, and an art director that previously worked with Disney before moving to Florence, Italy talks about his experience being an artist in Florence. Espinosa demonstrates his talents by drawing Pinocchio. Working with shapes to create

A new theory about the Annunciation of the Uffizi Gallery attributed to Leonardo

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The Tuscan Academy of Science and Literature held a conference aimed to clarify art masterpieces throughout the Renaissance. Professors discuss their thesis, sacred representation, prophecies, and political references about the Annunciation attributed to Leonardo. Professor Massimo Giontella points out previous

When the world answered

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What better place to launch an art book than in Florence? Linda Falcone and Jane Fortune, co-authors of When the World Answered that shared the artwork of 30 women and raises the profile of women artists. In 1966, 14,000 artworks