A new place dedicated to modern and contemporary art in a space located on the Piano Nobile of Palazzo Bartolini Salimbeni, a Renaissance architectural masterpiece by Baccio d'Agnolo, which overlooks the visual axis that connects Piazza Santa Trinita with the prestigious Via Tornabuoni.
The ancient residence - carefully restored - houses the selection of works that Roberto Casamonti, in his long activity in the world of art, collected to form the main corpus of his collection. The paintings and sculptures on display are the result of years of passionate research that give life to a collection capable of representing the exceptional historical and artistic evolution that crosses the entire twentieth century.
Collezione Roberto Casamonti
Piazza di Santa Trinita, 1, 50123 Firenze FI, Italia
Access to the Palace is difficult due to the presence of some low steps at the entrance that can be overcome only with the help of a carer. There is no ramp available.
Once at the entrance, the disabled can reach the noble floor, where the collection is displayed, by the elevator and visit the entire gallery. A disabled toilet is available.