Stories By Maria Frazzoni
Who Are the Women in Leonardo da Vinci’s Paintings?March 3, 2021
The life and work of Leonardo da Vinci have been dissected and analyzed in detail by the sharp eye of the art critics and historians. Yet, the biography of the Renaissance genius still offers mysteries, one...
Sacred and Beauty in Russian Art at Gallerie d’Italia in VicenzaNovember 21, 2019
The spirituality of the ancient iconographic models and the symbology of Russian art reach the city of Palladio, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Vicenza, to demonstrate that even today these are a universal resource for creating...
Guggenheim: The Thannhauser Collection from van Gogh to Picasso at Palazzo RealeNovember 8, 2019
From October 17th to March 1st 2020 Milan will be the meeting point for some of the most important artworks of the Impressionist movement. Palazzo Reale tells the story of the Thannhauser collection and will be...
The Storytelling Art of Kris KnightSeptember 3, 2019
The narrative of a painting can be interpreted on any level by anyone, and the dreamy portraits painted by the Canadian contemporary artist Kris Knight are a great example. The calming strokes of pastel whisper stories...
Roy Lichtenstein Multiple Visions at MUDECJune 24, 2019
“Everyone knows me for comics and dots” Lichtenstein once said to Gianni Mercurio, the curator of Roy Lichtenstein Multiple Visions. For sure Roy Lichtenstein is known as one of the most important figures in 20th century...
The Genius Experience: Leonardo and Warhol at the Crypt of San SepolcroJune 4, 2019
Two protagonists of their respective eras, the Renaissance genius and the father of pop art, collide together in Milan, despite four centuries of distance, in an immersive journey. During 2019, various events and activities are being...
Artistic Life in the Time of the Bonapartes. Ingres at Palazzo RealeMay 29, 2019
An artist impossible to classify, a revolutionary one, both realistic and mannerist, perceived as the heir of Raphael and a precursor of Picasso. Somewhere in between the master of beautiful forms and the master of no-form,...
La Torre at Fondazione Coppola in VicenzaMay 7, 2019
After its meticulous restoration, Fondazione Coppola reopens its venue at the Torrione in Vicenza, a center dedicated to contemporary art, with La Torre, a double exhibition of the German artists Neo Rauch and Rosa Loy. Fondazione...
The Art of Latin American LetteringApril 15, 2019
Latin American lettering is a legacy of craft-based traditions with a strong design and vibrant colors enhanced by an aesthetic with a rich indigenous identity and history. Cartelismo Popular Craft in the USA and Europe are different...
Artista Bambino at Fondazione Ragghianti in LuccaMarch 29, 2019
Inside the walls of Lucca, a small medieval town in the heart of Tuscany, childhood awakens memory and inspires creation in an exhibition inspired by the fascination of Italian art during the 1900s with the art...
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