The Natalia Goncharova exhibition – A Woman of the Avant-garde, from Gauguin to Matisse and Picasso takes place at Palazzo Strozzi in Florence from 28 September 2019 to 12 January 2020. The event celebrates an extraordinary female figure of the 20th century art in comparison with masterpieces of famous artists like Paul Gauguin, Henri Matisse, Pablo Picasso and Umberto Boccioni. Thanks to this exhibition that will host works from the most important international museums, it will be possible to trace the life of the Russian artist against the current and the multifaceted production.
The 130 artworks on display will take us on a journey through the Russian countryside, Moscow and Paris to discover the non-conformist biography of a woman who knew how to live for art, creating an original fusion of tradition and innovation, East and West, and making her own work a unique example of experimentation with artistic genres and styles ranging from New-Primitivism to Rayonisme, painting and graphic art to her work for the theatre.
Hours and tickets for the Natalia Goncharova exhibition in Florence
Daily including holidays 10.00-20.00
Full price: € 13 available online from the museum’s official website>
Reduced: € 10
People over 65, youngsters up to 26, organized groups (min. 10 people) with reservations.
Reduced: € 4
Children from 6 to 18 years, young people up to 26 years on Thursday from 6.00 pm, groups schools and universities with reservation.
2×1 Trenitalia: € 13
Two tickets for the price of one to all Cartafreccia holders with Le Frecce ticket for Florence (with travel dates up to 5 days before the date of the visit) or regional passes.
Family ticket: € 24
For all families of one or two adults and at least one child aged 6 to 18 (valid for up to 6 people).
Free: Friends of Palazzo Strozzi, children under the age of 6, visitors with disabilities and carers, group leaders, teachers with class, journalists with a professional credit card, tourist guides, Firenzecard holders, ICOM members.
The exhibition venue is just a few minutes’ walk from the Brunelleschi Hotel. Palazzo Strozzi is in Piazza Strozzi, in the heart of the historic city centre, nestled among the main shopping streets.