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Tancredi Guggenheim

A new exhibition at the Guggenheim Museum in Venice: Tancredi Parmeggiani and his paintings This is a long-awaited return to Venice and to Peggy Guggenheim’s museum of Tancredi Parmeggiani (1926-1964), among the most original and passionate Italian painters of third quarter of the 20th century, and the only artist after Jackson Pollock to be put  [ Read More ]

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  After years spent studying shoes, creating them and imagining them on the feet of fantastic women, dreamy and seductive, fantasy-spinning temptresses from exotic lands, at last Duccio Venturi’s eclecticism has found its mood. Inspiration from other cultures, picked up during his globe-trotting days, marries perfectly with the style and eccentric tastes of a new  [ Read More ]

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  In the rich imagination of fashion designer Indra Kaffemanaite, it is all just a game, a love story in which there are no winners or losers, just the intention to ‘borrow’ the shirt from the male in order to transform it, wear it, show it off… and then make amends. And here, the shirt  [ Read More ]

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TAISA COUTURE

Yacht Club De Monaco Club House on May 2016 Fashion, art, jewelry, luxury, but also compassion for the less fortunate, lived on May  in Montecarlo, during a unique event of its kind, a three-day luxury and art, fully dedicated to made in Italy, in one of the most beautiful places of the French coast, the  [ Read More ]

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by Ilaria Rebecchi I live in a peaceful place, called Vicenza: it’s a little city full of factories and countryside, where technologies, economy and innovations are the most important things in our lives, even though sometimes it seems to me I live in a very quiet city, where “nothing really happens, day by day”. Nothing  [ Read More ]

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La cena delle beffe

  By Chiara Spagnoli Gabardi Umberto Giordano’s four act opera ‘La cena delle beffe’ (The Jester’s Supper), adapts Sem Benelli’s 1909 play of the same name. The story, set in Florence at the time of Lorenzo de’ Medici, accounts the rivalry between Giannetto Malespini and Neri Chiaramantesi for the affections of the beautiful Ginevra. Neri  [ Read More ]

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  by Chiara Spagnoli Gabardi Colouring books are the new worldwide trend. The act of colouring has proven, in a very short period of time to be therapeutic, mediative, creative and addictively beneficial. IN 2015 alone, the sales of colouring books in America have reached 1 to 1.12 million units. Riding the craze of the  [ Read More ]

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  by Chiara Spagnoli Gabardi – NEW YORK – Steinway Artist Julian Gargiulo returned to Carnegie Hall on January 17th, as engaging as always, with his magic touch on the piano keys and his impeccable stand-up comedian sense of humour. The eclectic pianist presented his new music and launched the campaign of his ‘10,000 Hours’  [ Read More ]

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  by Chiara Spagnoli Gabardi Giuseppe Verdi’s dramma lirico opens Teatro alla Scala’s new season. Giovanna d’Arco returned to Milan’s opera house after 150 years, for “La Prima” on December 7th, feast day of Saint Ambrose, patron saint of the city. For the first time, Riccardo Chailly, principal conductor and successor to Daniel Barenboim, was  [ Read More ]

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by Chiara Spagnoli Gabardi Teatro alla Scala concludes its operatic season with Alan Berg, who adapted into an opera the play Woyzeck by Georg Büchner. The production debuted in 1997 under the direction of maestro Giuseppe Sinopoli. In this occasion Ingo Metzmacher conducted the music through a representation that adopts the very same mise en  [ Read More ]

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