The great treasure of the arts in Florence is shared in yet another unforgettable program at the Medici Riccardi Palace.
Artifacts and memories from the Flood of 1966, La Bellezza Salvata, are shared in this exceptional show. From now until March 26, 2017, visitors can walk through the exhibition which showcases the commitment to “saving beauty” in the aftermath of that flood.
It was not only Cimabue’s Crucifix, Vasari’s Last Supper or the removal of oil damage to Taddeo Gaddi’s Last Supper that were restored. As you stroll through the exhibit you are reminded of the tremendous work, which continues even to this day, involved in the restoration of the city’s nearly numberless and invaluable trove of artistic treasure.
This marvelous exhibit was inaugurated by the President of Tuscany (Enrico Rossi) and the Councillor delegate of the Metropolitan City of Florence, Benedetta Albanian. The exhibit is curated by Cristina Acidini e Elena Capretti.
PALAZZO MEDICI RICCARDI
Via Camillo Cavour, 3,
50129 Firenze, Italy
Thursday – Tuesday 8:30AM – 7:00PM