All free art around the world during quarantine

All free art around the world during quarantine

Here is a constantly updated article about all free art around the world during quarantine.
As you know, all the world is experiencing something new and unexpected.
So, Artnuances Gallery would like to make your quarantine a moment in which you could continue enjoying art and beauty.
Below you will find a list of all the initiatives we know and we will constantly update it.
if you want to report something missing, you can write to us on Facebook or through our contact form.

All free art around the world during quarantine

Uffizi Decameron

Due to Coronavirus emergency, Uffizi Gallery in Florence decided to launch #UffiziDecameron initiative.
Their aim is entertaining people while staying at home.

“Even though museums had to close their doors, art doesn’t stop,” said Uffizi Galleries director Eike Schmidt. “The treasures of the Uffizi, Palazzo Pitti, and the Boboli Gardens will keep you company over these weeks, in which we make common cause against the virus.” Adding: “As in Boccaccio’s masterpiece, every day we will tell the stories, works, characters of our beautiful museums, joining in the name of culture, art and (why not) of leisure. The Uffizi will be with you, in your homes, to overcome the current moment of difficulty all together. We avoid any contagion, except that of beauty.”

Discover this online treasure here: Uffizi Official Website.

Art Basel Hong Kong

“After canceling its fair, Art Basel Hong Kong will present more than 2,000 works online with an estimated value of $270 million.
That’s just the beginning as the art world goes virtual.”
The New York Times

Read more about this: https://nyti.ms/3dblCV1

 Opéra national de Paris

Another stunning free art gift! ?
Opéra national de Paris will stream “Swan Lake” for free and it will remain available from 30 March to 5 April at www.operadeparis.fr as well as on the Facebook page.
See below the trailer of the event.

Faces of Frida

“Faces of Frida. A closer look at the many faces of Frida Kahlo through her life, art and legacy” is another free exhibition you can experience without leaving home.
In this virtual space, 33 museums from seven countries, experts and art critics selected 800 works by Frida Kahlo, but also photographs, private letters, precious objects and clothes she wore. You can also visit Casa Azul, where the painter was born on July 6, 1907 and where she died on July 13, 1954.


Vatican Museum

A free visit to Vatican Museums: the splendour of the Sistine Chapel and the eternal beauty of the The Last Judgment unfold before your eyes.

Start your journey: https://bit.ly/2XgM3De

Free e-books

On Amazon.com you will always find a list of free e-books. Reading is a very relaxing activity you can do in your quarantine time.
In this lists, you will find a lot of classics or limited time offers for your delight!

All free art during quarantine (for those who speak Italian)

Il museo di San Pietroburgo

Il museo di San Pietroburgo è chiuso dal 18 marzo per le misure di contenimento del Covid-19, ma oggi, 26 marzo, le sale nobili del Palazzo d’Inverno saranno visitabili con uno speciale tour sul web, dedicato all’Italia in questo momento di difficoltà.

“Sarà un evento molto importante per noi”, si legge sulla pagina Instagram del grande museo di San Pietroburgo. “Vorremmo dare una mano ai cittadini dell’Italia, che vive adesso un periodo non facile. Non possiamo prestarvi un aiuto medico o finanziario, ma speriamo di fare almeno qualcosa per abbellire questo momento duro attenuandolo con la bellezza infinita dell’arte. Sono le nostre parole di sostegno morale a tutti gli amici dell’Ermitage in Italia, ai nostri collaboratori del Centro Ermitage-Italia a Venezia e assolutamente a tutti i cittadini italiani. È il nostro modo per dirvi che siamo insieme a voi, anche se virtualmente.”

A condurre questa visita speciale in lingua italiana è la dottoressa Olga Macho, capo del settore per l’Educazione pubblica presso il Museo Statale Ermitage.Articolo tratto da Russia Beyond.

Le scuderie del Quirinale

?? Le Scuderie del Quirinale hanno portato online la mostra evento “Raffaello.1520-1483”, con un video racconto emozionante e coinvolgente.
Un momento di bellezza a cui vi invitiamo a prendere parte.

Solidarietà digitale

For Italian speakers, Italian Government opened a section about digital solidarity.
There is a list of companies and associations that offer free services.


We hope this will help you during this particular quarantine times.

Artnuances Staff


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