Via il Prato 11r, Florence, Italy/ 3905.5239.9570/ www.galleria360.it

The Galleria360 is a contemporary art gallery situated in the historical center of Florence, city f art par excellence with a glorious past. The gallery is born of the shared passion and enthusiasm for the arts of Angela Fagu and architect Riccardo Piagentini, for whom Florence and Contemporary Art don’t represent two antithetical extremes. The Galleria360 stands out as a reference point of the avant-garde international art scene. Open: Monday 3 pm - 7 pm; Tue-Sat, 10 am - 1 pm & 3 pm - 7 pm.


Iguarnieri Art Gallery Studio
Lungarno Cellini, 36, 50125, Florence, Italy/ 3933.3834.8277/ iguarnieri.co

Iguarnieri do contemporary art in Florence, working as the old masters, what means: “at the traditional studio”. Iguarnieri with others artist and collaborators does art operas with antique and modern techniques, for the art lovers as us that love Italian art and beauty. The history, the culture, the experience from the past and our loves, Giotto's Bottega, Botticelli's damsels, Modigliani's nudes, Picasso's Portraits, Andy Warhol and The Factory, the Turner's atmosphere, becoming contemporary art. It all started in 2000 when Iguarnieri made the first exhibition of fresco painting works. Since then until now for 15 years we worked in small and large operas all over Italy and abroad also by important patrons commission. Iguarnieri has received approval and confirmation from privates and institutions, and also participated to several painting and sculptures competitions, our winner operas are now permanently in institutional places in Italy and abroad. Open: Mon - Fri, 10 am - 6 pm; Saturday, 10 am - 4 pm.


Galleria Frilli Di Aldo Marinelli E C. S.A.S.
Via dei Fossi 26R/4N, 50123 Florence, Italy/ 3905.5210.212/ www.frilligallery.com

Antonio Frilli founded the Frilli Gallery in 1860 in Florence. Already an internationally acclaimed artist, he decided to open a Studio and Art Atelier for white Carrara marble and Volterra Alabaster pieces of sculpture. The Frilli Studio quickly achieved international fame and was renown worldwide for its prestigious marble replicas of classical, renaissance and neo-classical pieces of sculpture. The Frilli pieces were chosen to decorate beautiful residences of a discriminating clientele not just in Europe but also in North and South America, and the Far East.


Aria art Gallery
Borgo SS apostoli, 40r, Florence, Italy/ 3905.5216.150/ www.ariaartgallery.com

Originally born in 2007 in Pietrastanta, Aria art gallery established its environment in Florence during 2009, placed inside a venue of unique beauty in the heart of the city. Here an antique tropical garden leads to the exhibition space and allows the gallery to settle in the historical memory of the city, creating a link between past and contemporary times. Today Aria is a dynamic gallery aimed to the production and realization of exhibitions, art fairs, events and high-level live performances. The shows scheduling is wide-ranging and always in progress. Open: Mon-Sat, 10:30 am - 7:30 pm.


Eduardo Secci Contemporary
Piazza Goldoni, 2, 50123, Florence, Italy/ 3905.5661.356/ www.eduardosecci.com

Since opening its doors in 2012, Eduardo Secci has been home to innovative, singular, and pioneering exhibitions across a variety of media and genres, featuring contemporary art of all media by emerging and mid carrier, national and international artists, supporting there work in first person both in gallery and in institutional projects. The gallery opened its first space in 2012 inside a big loft right outside of the center of Florence, with the idea of becoming the major center for contemporary arts in a city well know for its renaissance side. After this first adventure, in 2013 the gallery decided to expand and opened two other locations, the first one which became the center of the exhibition schedule is located right next to the Pitti Palace in Florence, exactly in Via Maggio. The second one, which instead opened in June of 2013 is located in Pietrasanta (Lucca), this gallery is dedicated to a series of international project focused on site specific installations of conceptual and minimal artists. Open: Mon-Sat, 10 am - 1:30 pm & 14:30 am - 7 pm.


Galleria FirenzeArt
Via della Fonderia 42r Florence, Italy/ 3905.5224.028/ www.firenzeart.it

The Gallery FirenzeArt Andrea Tirinnanzi was born in Florence in November 1999 as an evolution of the historic Craftsman Laboratory of San Frediano frames, more than 30 years a meeting place and discussion among the best Italian and foreign artists and a public increasingly interested and attentive. The purpose of creating a qualified center through which propose and riscorpire the work of the greatest contemporary masters has always gone hand in hand with the will of enhancing and promoting emerging artists. Open: Mon-Fri, 9 am - 1 pm & 4 pm - 8 pm; Saturday, 9 am - 12:30 am.


Tornabuoni Arte
Lungarno Benvenuto Cellini, 3, 50125 Florence, Italy/ 3905.5681.2697/ www.tornabuoniarte.it

Tornabuoni Arte was founded in Florence in 1981 in Via Tornabuoni, on the initiative of Roberto Casamonti. Each year Tornabuoni Arte's galleries organize exhibitions to display a selection of great international artists of the XX century. Tornabuoni Arte takes part in the most important international fairs of contemporary art, like Fiac in Paris, Tefaf in Maastricht and in New York... Open: Mon - Fri, 9 am - 1 pm & 3:30 pm - 7:30 pm; Saturday, 11 am - 7 pm.


Romanelli Art Sculpture Gallery Florence
Borgo San Frediano 70, 50124 Florence, Italy/ 3905.5239.6047/ www.raffaelloromanelli.com

An authentic Sculpture Studio where the same Family keeps making and trading sculptures after two centuries of activity, blending tradition with contemporary taste. The Gallery caters for art lovers, collectors, architects and designers searching for unique artworks. The Studio opens its doors to all visitors interested in learning the sculpting techniques. Open: Monday, 3:30 pm - 7 pm; Tue-Fri, 10 am - 1 pm / afternoon closed; Saturday, 10 am - 1 pm.


Galleria Antonella Villanova
Via del Parione, 47R, 50123 Florence, Italy/ 3905.5260.8559/ www.antonellavillanova.it

Galleria Antonella Villanova is a gallery for contemporary jewellery and was founded in 2008 in Florence, Italy. The gallery represents some of the most important contemporary jewellery artists. Open: Mon - Fri, 10 am - 7 pm.


Via San Zanobi 32 r / 19 r, 50129 Florence, Italy/ 3905.5481.106/ www.studiomarangoni.it

For more than 20 years the Fondazione Studio Marangoni has been a leader in the training and promotion of the culture of both national and international photography, and is recognised for the exceptional quality and high level of professionalism of its teaching staff. Studio Marangoni was founded by the photographer Martino Marangoni at the end of the 1980s for American photography students, and soon became a centre of excellence for contemporary photography. The center is divided in two branches: in the original one in Via San Zanobi is a twenty work stations and an area dedicated to film development. In the other center, located in Via San Zanobi 19r, there is a fsmgallery, a gallery space of over 100 sqm,the classrooms for theory lessons, a conference room, a photogrphy studio, a rich library with more than four thousand photography books, and a newspaper library.