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La Nuvola di Fuksas – The New Congress Center in Rome

Not without controversy inaugurated in Rome on October 29th the long-awaited new convention center of EUR, best known as la Nuvola (Cloud) of Fuksas. Eighteen years after the approval of the project and after the usual troubled bureaucratic and political... Continue Reading →

Gucci Ghost – Celebration of Art

It’s no news but it deserves to be talked about one more time, for those who missed it. It’s well known now that Alessandro Michele is one of the best things happened to Gucci in the last years. His creativity... Continue Reading →

“Tra arte e moda” at Salvatore Ferragamo Museum in Florence

Florence is a small city, full of ancient streets and buildings and a lot of traditional historical activities and festivities.  Cradle of Italian culture, it always provides  surprises for its citizens and people coming from all over the world. Some... Continue Reading →

Ai Weiwei – Libero

Opened yesterday at the Palazzo Strozzi the most awaited and discussed exhibition of this September: Ai Weiwei. Libero (Ai Weiwei. Free). For the first time the entire exhibition space of the building, from Strozzina to the piano nobile, the court... Continue Reading →

Tulle art by Benjamin Shine

Have you ever thought about using fabrics to create a piece of art? And what about tulle in particular, the one used to produce tutus? Well, Benjamin Shine has. Benjamin was born in London and studied at the Central St... Continue Reading →

Todo somos uno – The last masterpiece of Eduardo Kobra enlightens Rio

Some time ago I talked about street art by defining NYC an open-air museum ( New York City MoSA) . The article was inspired by a mural in Williamsburg of artist Eduardo Kobra. With the Olympics in Rio the Brazilian... Continue Reading →

Art Endangered

A few days ago fb reminded me that I had scheduled a body painting event which, however, I had to give up. Of course, as often happens to me, taken by curiosity the day after I googled the evening to... Continue Reading →

Hidden Arabian Nights in the Heart of Tuscany – Castle of Sammezzano

A journey through the more remote eastern culture to the arabian atmosphere of Granada, from one room to another, between Greek, Sanskrit and Latin words, through the evidences of life, masonic symbols and anti-clerical “gibes”. All this is collected in... Continue Reading →

Did the new WTC path station just bring beauty back to the public?

A few days ago the Oculus, new World Trade Centre PATH Station opened to the public with, of course, not lack of noise. Apparently, after 12 years of works and with the cost of $4.4 billion, this is the most... Continue Reading →

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