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For the first time in Naples. Escher on show

For the first time in Naples. Escher on show

For the first time in Naples comes the exhibition event that in recent years has beaten every record number of visitors: from November 1, 2018 to April 22, 2019 in the halls of the PAN | Palazzo delle Arti Naples is hosted the great retrospective Escher. The exhibition presents not only the works of the […]

The dog museum returns to New York

The dog museum returns to New York

After more than 30 years, on February 8th ‘The AKC Museum of the Dog’, the museum dedicated to man’s best friend, opens its doors again in New York. A space on two floors at number 101 Park Avenue entirely dedicated to dogs. The museum was born in 1982 in the New York Life Building in […]

Le Gabrielle Pan. The clogs that praise the beauty of the universe.

Le Gabrielle Pan. The clogs that praise the beauty of the universe.

A tribute to the most authentic nature, represented in all its strength and energy. A love understood as a cult and respect for “our true home”. The God Pan is the god of the origin of life and of life itself, the incarnation of the splendid universal machine. Who better than the God Pan could […]

Gallery of the Academy of Florence. New Acquisitions 2016-2018

Gallery of the Academy of Florence. New Acquisitions 2016-2018

Italy – The rich program of the Galleria dell’Accademia in Florence in 2019 opens with a small but important exhibition that has as its fil rouge the protection of cultural heritage. Conceived and curated by the director of the Galleria Cecilie Hollber, the exhibition Nuove Acquisizioni 2016-2018 will be visible from January 22 to May […]

The masterpieces that tell the story of the Nativity

The masterpieces that tell the story of the Nativity

Christmas is an opportunity to retrace or learn about the immense artistic heritage in Italy and around the world, which tells the story of the nativity. The great masters of art have always represented with emphasis and tenderness the theme of the birth of Jesus, and it is in those works that one contemplates the […]

The world’s largest artistic panettone

The world’s largest artistic panettone

Milan enters the Guinness Book of Records: the world’s largest Artistic Panettone is signed by the Chocolate Academy Center Milan led by Davide Comaschi   Milan – On December 16 in Galleria Vittorio Emanuele at 5 p.m., during the long-awaited appointment of the Christmas greetings of the City of Milan, the team of the Chocolate […]

A new access to the Tabernacle of Orcagna in the Church of Orsanmichele

A new access to the Tabernacle of Orcagna in the Church of Orsanmichele

Florence – On Saturday 8 December, at the Orsanmichele Church, the results of an extraordinary maintenance of the Tabernacle of Orcagna, promoted by the Bargello Museum Management, will be presented. The Tabernacle will also be made available to visitors in its hitherto inaccessible rear part through a specially designed glass compass located on the access […]

NO BUTTER, NO PARTY

NO BUTTER, NO PARTY

Butter is one of the characteristic (and irreplaceable) ingredients of the finest, most appreciated and delicious baked goods typical of Italian Christmas. Butter gives softness and softness to panettone and pandoro, the two irresistible masterpieces of taste that make the end of year celebrations sweeter. Milan – We Italians have a record to be proud […]

Living Coral is the color of 2019 that evokes the effervescence of the seabed

Living Coral is the color of 2019 that evokes the effervescence of the seabed

A coral tone animating and invigorating, PANTONE 16-1546 Living Coral embraces us with warmth and nourishment, a shade of orange with a golden background that is perceived as a hymn to optimism and seems to counterbalance the greyness of our times. With the tormentons of digital technology and social media increasingly integrated into everyday life, […]

Bizarre, novelties and extravagances in the European silks of the 18th century

Bizarre, novelties and extravagances in the European silks of the 18th century

Italy,  Como – The Antonio Ratti Foundation opens on December 14, 2018 at 6 p.m. in the exhibition halls of Villa Sucota, Bizarre, novelties and extravagances in the European silks of the 18th century, curated by Maddalena Terragni in collaboration with Gregorio Magnani. The exhibition, which runs from 15 December 2018 to 31 March 2019, […]

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