The Museo Novecento is dedicated to the Italian art of the 20th and 21st Century and offers a permanent collection and many temporary exhibitions, art installations and special projects. The museum is located in the ancient Spedale of the Leopoldine in Santa Maria Novella Square.

Opened on 24 June 2014, the Museo Novecento is dedicated to 20th-century art, presenting a selection of works from the civic collections which focuses on Italian art of the first half of the 20th century.

Of great value is the Alberto Della Ragione Collection, donated to the city of Florence in the aftermath of the 1966 flood, with artworks by Giorgio De Chirico, Filippo De Pisis, Gino Severini, Giorgio Morandi, Mario Mafai, Renato Guttuso, Felice Casorati among others.

The Museum is completed with the exhibition of the Legacy of Ottone Rosai, donated by his widow Francesca Fei and his brother Oreste to the Municipality of Florence.

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    In addition to the permanent collection, the temporary exhibitions and the programme of the Cinema and Conferences Room enrich the activity of the museum with a thematic and multidisciplinary approach. Through its art mediation department the Museum daily arranges educational activities like workshops, guided tours for families, children, teenagers, adults and special audiences.

    The Museo Novecento organizes and hosts cycles of meetings, presentations, screenings and concerts conceived as moments of critical study on the Twentieth Century. The programming is curated by Sergio Risaliti.


    +39 055 2768224

    Museo Novecento

    Piazza Santa Maria Novella 10,
    50123 Florence, Italy

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