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Uffizi, 1 million dollars to set up the Vasari Corridor

Generous donation by the Edwin L. Wiegand Foundation

The collection of self-portraits at the Uffizi grows with the donation of three shots by contemporary artists

Giuseppe Penone, Ilaria Sagaria and Liu Bolin, among the most important personalities on the current art scene, donated their photographic self-portraits to the Uffizi Galleries

The Uffizi Self-portraits

The stunning collection now permanently on view: 12 rooms for 255 works and 600 years of art history, from Taddeo Gaddi to Yan Pei-Ming.

The Uffizi Galleries receive 4.5 million euros (circa $4.8 mln) from american sponsor Veronica Atkins to restore the Amphitheater in the Boboli Gardens

It is the largest contribution any Florentine Museum has ever received by a private individual

The Room of Bona shines again

The Uffizi Galleries are enriched with three important paintings received as a gift from overseas

The Friends of the Uffizi Gallery have purchased three precious artworks for the Galleries

Donation of a self-portrait by the artist Endless

Street Art debuts in the Collections of the Uffizi

The collection of Professor Carlo del Bravo, distinguished modern art academic, has been donated to the Uffizi.

The donation includes 455 works including paintings, drawings and sculptures from the 16th to the 21st century.

An outstanding donation to the Uffizi Prints and Drawings Department from an historical firm of luxury leather and writing materials of Florence

82 ancient drawings and 25 etchings

Traces of the “Museo Firenze com’era" in the Uffizi: the archive of Piero Aranguren (Prato 1911- Florence 1988), donated to the Library

Piero Aranguren (Prato 1911-Florence 1988) was the architect who brought back the “Museo Firenze com’era (Museum of Florence as it was)”, after a long period of oblivion and directed it for twenty years, from 1955 to 1975. The Uffizi Library has received the donation of his archive, precious documents concerning the transformation of the city during the 19th and 20th centuries. The archive contains a wealth of curious facts and information about bridges, roads, piazzas, theatres, transport, lighting and buildings of different types.

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