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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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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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  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 Spangoli Gabard Sustainable Fashion shines at Pitti Uomo in Florence, with a show promoted by the Ethical Fashion Initiative captained by Simone Cipriani, an officer of the United Nations who is bringing fashion back to artisans. The Ethical Fashion Initiative of the International Trade Center (ITC) – which is a joint agency of  [ Read More ]

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by Chiara Spagnoli Gabardi Venice is populated by phantasmal isles unknown to most tourists. Some are abandoned, others are inhabited by less than ten families, but by and large most are ignored by travellers who would rather explore the City of Bridges and Masks. Pietro Rusconi – Executive Assistant Manager at St.Regis Venice San Clemente  [ Read More ]

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by Ambra Rebecchi The same night of the inauguration of the third astonishing exhibition in Basilica, in the next rooms it was opened the Museum Of the Jewel , one of the few in the world and first in Italy dedicated exclusively to precious largely female ornaments. It is located within the Palladian masterpiece in  [ Read More ]

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TUTANKHAMON CARAVAGGIO VAN GOGH: THE NIGH IN THE CENTURIES IN THE PALLADIAN BASILICA

by Ambra Rebecchi Last Christmas night the third major exhibition located in the Palladian Basilica opened, which came out of the solid cooperation between Linea d’Ombra and the City of Vicenza. The exhibition, entitled “Tutankhamun Caravaggio Van Gogh. La sera e notturni dagli Egizi al Novecento “, has been divided into six well defined thematic  [ Read More ]

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by Chiara Spagnoli Gabardi To mark its 75th Anniversary on New York’s Fifth Avenue, Verdura presents ‘The Power of Style: Verdura at 75,’ a retrospective exhibition featuring over 150 jewels created by the master jeweller Duke Fulco di Verdura. The exhibit captures the most significant moments and relationships of the Palermitan Duke and is curated  [ Read More ]

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by Chiara Spagnoli Gabardi If you have ever fantasised of having breakfast at Tiffany’s, that’s because you’ve missed the Eatalian Breakfast! Indeed if you wander through the deliciously drooling Eataly store in New York you will find that food not only nurtures the soul and body, but also the arts. Oscar Farinetti has for instance  [ Read More ]

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by Chiara Spagnoli Gabardi Arrigo Cipriani, born in 1932, often jokes about being the only person named after a bar: had it not been for the fascist regime – which banned foreign names – he would be called Harry. So at the time Arrigo seemed the perfect Italian fit. Cipriani not only is a man  [ Read More ]

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