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Confraternity of Valdobbiadene. The whole truth about UNESCO recognition

Confraternity of Valdobbiadene. The whole truth about UNESCO recognition

The UNESCO recognition of the hills of Conegliano Valdobbiadene has generated often distorted information: now the Confraternity of Valdobbiadene intervenes Valdobbiadene, Italy –  The hills of Conegliano and Valdobbiadene are the 55th Italian site “World Heritage”, as expressed by the UNESCO World Assembly. This news has triggered a wave of information that does not correspond […]

The Sacred in Contemporary Art. Presentation of the first catalogue

The Sacred in Contemporary Art. Presentation of the first catalogue

Italy – The “Don Roberto Corvini Museum of Sacred Art”, after the recent and definitive renovation completed in 2017, intends not only to enhance the precious objects in the exhibition halls but has also started projects of temporary exhibitions and high-level events. The museum director Paolo Castrini and the parish priest Don Giampaolo Riccardi, together […]

A Renaissance skeleton resurfaces from the bowels of the Uffizi

A Renaissance skeleton resurfaces  from the bowels of the Uffizi

The perfectly preserved remains of a woman found in the excavation area adjacent to the hall of San Pier Scheraggio A Renaissance skeleton emerges from the bowels of the Uffizi: it is the perfectly preserved remains of a woman, presumably dating back to the end of the 15th century. The remains are to be found […]

“Living in the Italian way” a new tactile path for the blind at the Egyptian Museum

“Living in the Italian way” a new tactile path for the blind at the Egyptian Museum

Egypt, Cairo – A new international experience for the Homer State Tactile Museum in Ancona, which is currently in Cairo for a training course and for the creation of an innovative tour dedicated to the blind at the Egyptian Museum. The mission of the Homer Museum is part of the program “Living Italian Style” of […]

Good news from Rome. Inauguration of the route from the Roman Forum to the Imperial Forums

Good news from Rome. Inauguration of the route from the Roman Forum to the Imperial Forums

Rome – From now on just one ticket will be enough to visit the Roman Forum and the Imperial Forums. This is foreseen by the protocol of understanding illustrated by the Minister for Cultural Heritage Alberto Bonisoli and by the Mayor of Rome Virginia Raggi in a press conference. For the first time, from Saturday […]

The Ivories of the Bargello National Museum

The Ivories of the Bargello National Museum

On Tuesday 18 June at 5.30 p.m., in Florence, at the Museo Nazionale del Bargello in the Salone di Donatello, the catalogue dedicated to the collection of ivories of the Museo Nazionale del Bargello will be presented. The Museum’s ivory collection is one of the most prestigious in existence today, with over 250 specimens of […]

The creative torments of young Botticelli

The creative torments of young Botticelli

The diagnostic campaign on the Madonna with Child and Saints, first important commission of the 25 year old painter, has brought to light all the doubts and uncertainties of the artist in the realization of the work. Florence – A large painting that has been profoundly reworked up to the most advanced stages of its […]

Of roosters, hoopoes, owls and other animals

Of roosters, hoopoes, owls and other animals

Toni Zuccheri at the Bagatti Valsecchi Museum in Milan, from 5 June – 13 October 2019 Milan – The Bagatti Valsecchi Museum celebrates Toni Zuccheri (San Vito al Tagliamento, 1936 – 2008) with an exhibition dedicated to a large nucleus of unique works on animal themes. The exhibition, curated by Rosa Chiesa and Sandro Pezzoli, […]

For Leonardo, art is free

For Leonardo, art is free

Florence, Tuscany – On Thursday 6 June, the anniversary of the day Leonardo remembered an impressive episode in the mural painting of the Battle of Anghiari in Palazzo della Signoria, the exhibition “Per Leonardo: l’arte è libera (La Classe di Pittura nel V centenario della morte di Leonardo Da Vinci)” will be inaugurated in Palazzo […]

The Temple of San Biagio in Montepulciano

The Temple of San Biagio in Montepulciano

Montepulciano, Tuscany – The Temple of San Biagio participates in the fourth edition of “The Long Night of the Churches”, the great white night scheduled for Friday, June 7 from 21:15 in 150 Italian and international places of worship. An evening in which culture, art, music and theater will merge in a key of reflection […]

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