Palazzo Strozzi

The largest exhibition space in the Tuscan capital hosts exhibitions from the ancient to the contemporary.

Built by Filippo Strozzi at the end of the fifteenth century with the aim of making it “the biggest and most beautiful palace in Florence”, Palazzo Strozzi is today the largest exhibition space in the Tuscan capital. Since 2006 the building has been home to the foundation of the same name, which focuses on the organization and promotion of exhibitions, research activities and workshops. Other cultural bodies are also housed inside Palazzo Strozzi, such as the Gabinetto Scientifico Literario G. P. Vieusseux, the National Institute of Renaissance Studies and the Florentine headquarters of the Scuola Normale Superiore.

Address: Piazza Strozzi, Florence

Interesting info

Fondazione Palazzo Strozzi is the first Italian example of a public-private cultural foundation, and since its inception it has produced and organized over fifty exhibitions, ranging from ancient to contemporary art.

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