The Florentine February 2022 - Issue 286
Raised in Florence, John Mair has a degree in history and politics from the University College London. Now back to his hometown, he hopes to further explore its vast cultural depth.
Lawrence Osborne is a tall man, with elegant dress and a deep, warm voice. “Should I wear a jacket for this?” he asks, and we look outside, where Florence is soaking in a hard rain.
Meet the Intro-spettiva team, the local DJ collective behind the Nova Radio show of the same name and active members of Florence’s current electronic scene.
Classical music schools provide quite the sensory experience. The faint smell of soft wood and dust. An interior aesthetic left unchanged for several decades. An implicit agreement of silence between ...
We tend to think of gin as being sipped by a Bond-like character in the smoky bar of a London hotel. And yet, through the humid heat of a Tuscan ...
The first part of the Vasari Corridor is being reopened to the public as a way of reconnecting the Palazzo Vecchio and the Uffizi Gallery.
Ganjing – Florence: A Tale of Two Cities focuses on Chinese ink art, including paintings, music, photography and video, at Auditorium al Duomo.