1 May 2022

Metropolitan Sunday: May 1, 2022

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Where and when

1May 2022


11:00 – 20:00

Free Entry

The Metropolitan Sunday returns on May 1st, a day in which all residents of the Metropolitan City of Florence have the opportunity to visit the city museums for free. Thanks to the support of GIOTTO, love brand of F.I.L.A. Fabbrica Italiana Lapis ed Affini, and Lucart’s, citizens will also be able to take part in the numerous visits and activities scheduled in the various places.

Numerous activities await you at the Museo Novecento:

Journey into the twentieth century with Filippo De Pisis, Giulio Paolini, Luca Vitone

for whom: for young people and adults
hours: 11.00
duration: 1h

The visit allows you to better appreciate the exhibitions dedicated to three great Italian artists: Filippo De Pisis, Giulio Paolini and Luca Vitone. A real artistic journey of one hundred years, thanks to a rich and surprising game of references and intertwining: starting from the splendid and deep still lifes of Filippo De Pisis, crossing the mysteries of reality, time and art thanks to the sophisticated work by Giulio Paolini and arriving at the unpublished works of Luca Vitone, who is inspired by the two artists to give life to new site-specific works, the participants will be able to grasp the dirimental aspects of twentieth century art and draw important insights into reality and its interpretation.

Visit to the museum

for whom: for young people and adults
hours: 12.30
duration: 1h

The visit allows you to retrace the twentieth century by identifying the main lines of artistic development of the twentieth century, with a strongly interdisciplinary approach and specific attention to Italy and Florence. The works in the collection are therefore the way to delve into the multiplicity and gazes of the arts of the twentieth century, characterized by the plurality of languages ​​and research. A particular focus will be dedicated to the precious Alberto Della Ragione Collection, which includes great artistic masterpieces and which allows us to read the main historical events of the years between the two wars, and to the Ottone Rosai Donation.