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 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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  by Chiara Spagnoli Gabardi Giacomo Puccini’s opera is timeless, for the charming melodies and moving misadventures of the bohemian ensemble. The subject that the Italian composer brought to the stage is one that is able to speak to all generations through the years. La Bohème debuted in 1896 at the Teatro Regio in Turin  [ Read More ]

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Undisputed master of autofiction, the Italian film-maker bares all in My Mother (Mia Madre), an intimist feature film, nourished by the recent ordeals in his professional and family life. We had left Nanni Moretti in the shoes of a psychoanalyst under pressure, faced with a Pope shirking the weight of his election at the head  [ Read More ]

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Seven years after Gomorra, and three years after Reality, winners of the Grand Prix du Jury in 2008 and in 2012, the director brings us Il Racconto dei Racconti (Tale of Tales), inspired by the Pentameron, a collection of 17th  century fables inhabited by sea monsters, giants bats and fleas, marvelous castles and mazes. Anything  [ 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 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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 by Chiara Spagnoli Gabardi The Italian National Olympic Committee (CONI, i.e. Comitato Olimpico Nazionale Italiano,) celebrates 100 years since its foundation. The organisation that dates back to 1914, and is a member of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), is responsible for the development and management of sports activity in Italy, embracing 45 national sports federations,  [ Read More ]

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by Chiara Spagnoli Gabardi   During 2014’s International Furnishing Accessories Exhibition (Salone del Mobile), in Milan, Italy, designer Lucia Odescalchi presented her new collection of jewellery with the tantalising scenery created by the installations of visual artist Simona Bertolotto. Lucia Odescalchi’s exclusive handcrafts are created with special techniques through an extremely refined choice of materials,  [ Read More ]

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