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A self-taught man, trained as a drawer in Venetian construction sites, Giacomo Boni was one of the most important Italian archaeologists between the 19th and 20th centuries and developed in[...]
A new collective that brings together and merges distant universes, Western creativity and Eastern manufacturing art.
Carlo Scarpa and Adriano Olivetti met for the first time in Venice in 1952, during the 4th Congress of the National Urban Planning Institute: for the Venetian architect it was the beginning of
On the occasion of the 150th anniversary of the proclamation of Rome as the capital of the kingdom of Italy, the exhibition, curated by the Jewish Community of Rome and the Foundat[...]
"Details are important. Too often, we exclude them, we evade them, accustomed to looking at the total, the whole, the complete, absorbed by our daily lives.
Set up inside the Shrine of the Flags of the Armed Forces, the exhibition, of a historical-cultural nature, celebrates the centenary of the transfer of the body of[...]
He is one of the most famous photographers on the international scene and an extraordinary chronicler of our time: after describing different landscapes and peoples, for six years Sebastião Salgado[...]
The exhibition displays materials of significant historical value, some of which are unpublished and linked to the events of the Emperor's exile and death in Saint[...]
Through a wide selection of mosaics made between the Ist century BC and the 4th century AD, the exhibition presents some of the masterpieces of the Capitoline collections[...]
First act from Il chiostro animato, introducing the artists' sound performance[...]
Nel centenario della nascita di Pasolini, avvenuta a Bologna il 5 marzo 1922, il percorso espositivo, attraverso il mezzo della fotografia, vuole riportare l’attenzione su quello che è stato probab[...]
Un viaggio dalla memoria umana a quella delle macchine, tra tecnologie vintage e creazioni autocostruite, alla scoperta del modo di osservare, rappresentare e raccontare il mondo c[...]
La prima retrospettiva in Italia dedicata al duo artistico Maria Klonaris e Katerina Thomadaki, con una selezione di opere, dagli anni Settanta a oggi, che restituisce l’essenza della loro ricerca.[...]