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The Hermann Nitsch Museum in Naples

Austrian artist Hermann Nitsch – born in 1938 – was one of the leading figures in Viennese Actionism, the art movement that best represented...

“Vedo a Colori” 2017: emerging street artists bring color to Civitanova Marche

We have already published an article about Giulio Vesprini a couple of years ago, showcasing his wonderful “Vedo a Colori” (“I see in color”)...

Snow in 19th-century Italian art

Until February 19th 2017, “Anima bianca. La neve da De Nittis a Morbelli” (“White Soul. Snow from De Nittis to Morbelli”) offers to prove...

Saint James in Ortisei, a short pilgrimage in the mountains

The little old church of Saint James in Ortisei – the oldest in the Gardena Valley, dating back to the 12-13th century, although its...

Bruno Rovesti, painter and poet, showcased in Gualtieri

From September 3rd to November 13th 2016, Gualtieri (Reggio Emilia) invites you to “Peasant painter, famous European” – an exhibition dedicated to Bruno Rovesti...

Zandomeneghi, an Italian painter in Paris – soon in Padua

From next October 1st, and until January 29th 2017, Palazzo Zabarella in Padua will present “L’Impressionismo di Zandomeneghi”, an exhibition dedicated to telling the...

Thirty years of abstract art in the Villa Croce Museum

The Villa Croce Museum in Genoa has been promoting contemporary art for over thirty years. This peculiar and interesting civic museum opened in 1985, inside...

Found-again places in the Nera Valley: an open-air itinerary

Open-air environments are an inspiration, not only to artists but to all of us: they are ideal to enjoy and fully appreciate the beauty...

The painted walls in Mugnano and Zola’s “The Masterpiece”

Since the early 1980s, the “casual walls” in Mugnano, in the province of Perugia, have been gradually transforming into canvasses for artists from the...

Futurism by bike

Futurist artists loved the power of motorcycle engines, but also appreciated bicycles – which they portrayed on canvas, boards, and cardboard inspired by Filippo...

Vittorio Corona’s dynamic paintings

Vittorio Corona (1901-1966) was the most important Futurist painter in his hometown Palermo and in the surrounding area, with perhaps the sole exception of...

Venice by Giacomo Favretto

Giacomo Favretto (Venice, 1849-1887) was a mid-19th century naturalist painter whose works, according to great art critic Federico Zeri, are “a real exploration of...

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The Great War Museum: history at high altitude

Author: Barbara PalladinoTranslation by Michelle NebioloOn the top of the Marmolada, at 3,000 meters of altitude, you’ll find the Marmolada Great War...

Palazzo Giordano Apostoli: neo-gothic inspiration

Palazzo Giordano Apostoli is located in Sassari’s central Piazza d’Italia. It was built by will of Giuseppe Giordano Apostoli in 1877, in...

Move To The Top takes you to the roof of the Dolomites

Author: Barbara PalladinoTranslation by Michelle Nebiolo On 4 July 2020, the cableway to Malga Ciapèla will re-open. Its short,...

Tenute La Montina, the realm of Franciacorta

Author: Barbara PalladinoTranslation by Michelle NebioloTenute La Montina is located in Monticelli Brusati (BS), in the north-east of Franciacorta, next to an ample...