Events

The surreal, fantastic Jacovitti is on show in Aosta

Opening on 27 October and until 28 April 2019, “Il Mondo di Jacovitti” (“Jacovitti’s World”) celebrates the great Italian comic artist Jacovitti (1923-1997) at...

Mantua’s Light Art Biennale: light turns into art

Last July 21st, Mantua’s Palazzo Ducale lit up with works by the international artists taking part in the second edition of the city’s Light...

“Manifesta 12” in Palermo

Since June 16th and until November 4th 2018, Palermo is hosting “Manifesta 12” – a nomadic contemporary art biennial that since the 1990s has...

Discover the charm of the Horti Farnesiani

Cardinal Alessandro Farnese could not have chosen a better place to impress the world with his family’s merits and his own stature: the place...

Fornasetti’s quotes at Palazzo Altemps

Rome’s Palazzo Altemps is celebrating the twentieth anniversary of its museum opening to the public with an exhibition about Milanese painter, sculptor and designer...

When advertisement is the real show: “Pubblicità!”

From slogans printed in large letters on illustrated posters to commercials broadcast on the 20th century’s new media, television and radio: “Pubblicità!” (“Advertisement!”) showcases...

A multimedia discovery of Giotto

To celebrate the 750th anniversary of the birth of Giotto (1267-1337) in an absolutely original way, go to the Scuola Grande della Misericordia (Old...

Smach: art and nature on the Dolomites

Showcase the beauty of a wonderful region through contemporary art. Spark interest for contemporary art leveraging the beauty of a wonderful region. These are the...

The Guttuso Museum in Bagheria reopens

The Guttuso Museum in Bagheria was closed for a few months for reasons of fire safety but has recently reopened to the public. Opened in...

Penone’s “Matrice” in Fendi’s Square Colosseum

Fifteen installations by Piedmontese artist Giuseppe Penone will be on display until July 16th 2017 in the monumental spaces of Palazzo della Civiltà Italiana...

Nino Migliori and Niccolò dell’Arca, by candlelight

Once again, Bolognese photographer Nino Migliori has shined a light on beauty with the “Lumen” of his research, following the vision he began in...

Visit Piacenza with Guercino

Piacenza is preparing to spend three months in the company of Guercino, born Giovanni Francesco Barbieri (1591-1666) – one of Emilia’s greatest artists, and...

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Pietro Piffetti: the king of fine cabinetry

by Barbara Palladino His creations sum up every magnificence of 18th-century Baroque style: Pietro Piffetti was one of the most famous and...

Gabinetto del Segreto Maneggio degli Affari di Stato: a triumph of decorative art

by Barbara Palladino Inside Turin’s Royal Palace is one of the gems of 18th-century Baroque art: the Gabinetto del Segreto Maneggio degli...

Antonio Stradivari: the legend and myth of perfect sound

by Barbara Palladino The Stradivarius violin is renowned as the perfect musical instrument. Playing one is a dream come true for any...