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A true jewel of mysterious Milan

A true jewel of mysterious Milan

In Milan, not far from the splendid 15th century State University, there is the Ossuary of San Bernardino alle Ossa in Piazza Santo Stefano, in the Verziere area. Next to the Basilica, to the left of the front, there is a more intimate temple, more in the architecture than a church that would evoke a […]

Female Scolacium. Stories of women from antiquity

Female Scolacium.  Stories of women from antiquity

Italy, Calabria – Sunday, March 8th 2020, at 11.00 a.m., in Roccelletta di Borgia – Borgia (Catanzaro), at the museum and national archaeological park of Scolacium, will be celebrated International Women’s Day with a fascinating, evocative proposal of great emotional impact entitled Stories of women from antiquity. It will, in fact, be possible to retrace, […]

The Terraqueo World illuminates Portofino

The Terraqueo World illuminates Portofino

On 13 December, an artistic and cultural event born from the collaboration between the Municipality of Portofino, Geometry Global Italy and Maestro Marco Nereo Rotelli will illuminate the heart of Portofino, the first step of a communication project aimed at enhancing the Ligurian village as a model of absolute beauty and symbol of the balance […]

Pietro Aretino and art in the Renaissance

Pietro Aretino and art in the Renaissance

Italy, Florence – At the Uffizi, Aula Magliabechiana from 27 November 2019 to 1 March 2020 will be held the exhibition Pietro Aretino and art in the Renaissance A hundred paintings, sculptures, objects of applied art, tapestries, miniatures and printed books reconstruct the world of a great intellectual of the sixteenth century, Pietro Aretino (1492-1556). […]

The Madonna Della Loggia by Botticelli arrives in St. Petersburg

The Madonna Della Loggia by Botticelli arrives in St. Petersburg

Botticelli’s Madonna Della Loggia continues her journey in Russia, and from Vladivostok, after having crossed the region of the Russian Far East, she arrives in St. Petersburg. The famous painting by the Italian Renaissance Master Sandro Botticelli (1445-1510), from the Uffizi Gallery in Florence, after the great success with the public during the exhibitions at […]

The Europa Nostra Prize 2019 for the restoration of the Chapel of the Shroud by Guarini

The Europa Nostra Prize 2019 for the restoration of the Chapel of the Shroud by Guarini

Just over a year after its reopening, on Tuesday 29 October 2019 in Paris, the extraordinary restoration of the Chapel of the Shroud, an architectural jewel by Guarino Guarini, was celebrated with the award of the prestigious European Heritage Award / Europa Nostra Prize 2019 in the Conservation category. The European Heritage Awards ceremony was […]

Lali Panchulidze, the noblewoman of Georgia who paints her land with words

Lali Panchulidze, the noblewoman of Georgia who paints her land with words

Knowing the world with its true colors, flavors, scents, shadows and magnificence, means increasing an indispensable cultural baggage able to broaden the “field of vision” of our soul, to make us internally more free and able to color our thoughts. We had the honour to meet an extraordinary woman, endowed with an unusual delicacy, kindness, […]

“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 […]

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 […]

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, […]

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