The exhibition offers an evocative journey through monumental installations, immersive environments, and provocative forms, creating an original and engaging connection between Anish Kapoor's art, the audience, and Renaissance architecture. In Kapoor's works, pigments, stone, steel, wax, and silicone are manipulated, sculpted, smoothed, saturated...
- * Entrance to the temporary exhibition at Palazzo Strozzi: 'Anish Kapoor. Untrue Unreal'
- * Guided tour
- * Audio guide
- **Public Transportation** * By train: Florence Santa Maria Novella station is just a 6-minute walk * By bus: Palazzo Strozzi is reachable with the main city lines. The nearest stops are: Stazione di Santa Maria Novella, Piazza del Duomo, Via Tornabuoni, Piazza della Repubblica Kids under 6, visitors with disabilities (and accompanying persons) get in free. No need for a ticket. * Show your smartphone ticket at the entrance * Collected the audio guide at the ticket office (only if selected)
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