Events and high-profile exhibitions in Siena during this spring-summer 2017!
Hotel Palazzetto Rosso, design hotel Siena, and its staff are always glad to help guests to discover the treasure of Siena’s historical center.
Not only wonderful monuments, churches and museums, but also artistic events that the visitor cannot miss during spring-summer 2017.
15th June 2017 – 15th September 2017
Magazzini del Sale, Piazza del Campo (10 am – 7 pm)
A great and precious private art collection for the first time publicly available: Simon Pietro Salini Collection
More than 80 art pieces showing the golden age of art and history of Siena, helping to understand its evolution between XIII and XIV century.
Here the artists: Duccio di Buoninsegna, Giovanni Pisano, Ambrogio e Pietro Lorenzetti, Simone Martini, Jacopo della Quercia, il Sassetta, Francesco di Giorgio Martini..
An exhibition not to be missed!
Palazzo Patrizi, Via di Città 75
9 set-ups – until 3rd October 2017
The best choice if you would like to discover contemporary art in Siena. Many emerging artists inspired by the beauty of their home town.
The exhibition has been created with an interactive concept, which allows the visitor to dialogue with the artworks.
23rd April 2017 – 11th June 2017
Museo d'Inverno, Via Pian D'Ovile 29 – by appointment only
A great part of original sketches, models and projects created by the architects Piero Sartogo and Nathalie Grenon. To testify their friendship and their strict relationship between life, art and architecture, a text written by the curators Olivia Sartogo and Achille Bonito Oliva.
Augmented reality in the project room of Museo d’Inverno an artwork by the young Italian artist Alessandro Giannì.
The Museo d’Inverno, directed by Francesco Carone and Eugenia Vanni is located the territory of Contrada della Lupa.
18th August 2017 – 26th October 2017
An extraordinary occasion to see the marvellous marmor floor of the Cathedral.
As Giorgio Vasari said – “the most beautiful, great and magnificient floor ever realized”.
A unique masterpiece jealously preserved, now open to the eyes of the visitor.