On 12 December 2020, one of the largest exhibitions of widespread art was inaugurated, which is hosted in the historical and religious places of Castiglion Fiorentino, the Archaeological Museum, the Pinacoteca, together with the beautiful churches of San Filippo (called the Church of the College), of the Good Death and the Auditorium of the “Santucce” and which will be hosted in the wonderful Tuscan village until 2 June 2021.
Due to the health emergency, the inauguration was done behind closed doors, in the presence of Prof. Vittorio Sgarbi, art critic, curator of major international exhibitions, writer, politician, counter-current free thinker and tireless defender of art. and culture, the mayor of Castiglio Fiorentino, Mario Agnelli and other local authorities.
On 29 January 2020, the exhibition “I Mille di Sgarbi officially opened to the public.
The exhibition will be open every Friday from 10.30 am to 5.30 pm continuously, while from Monday to Thursday by reservation only.