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INSIDE THE ROMAN DOLCE VITA, CREATIVELY – Seven hills, a river and six people not to be forgotten

Warm and quiet Rome, where you can be fascinated by the unexpected Our trip to Rome smells of the typical delicacies of a trattoria in Trastevere – da Enzo al 29 https://www.daenzoal29.com/ in Via dei Vascellari – but to taste its typical Roman dishes you can’t book: queue and wait, however, you will receive the most agreeable of olfactory rewards. …

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HUMOROUS COMICS FOR BOYS – Tiberio Colantuoni: drawing when comics seemed useless and detrimental

A brilliant cartoonist, between the sixties and seventies In the early 1960s, he was influenced by the American cartoonist Don Martin. Born in Rome in 1935, Tiberio Colantuoni https://www.lucianobottaro.it/la-biografia/tiberio-colantuoni/ studied at the School of Ceramic Art in Civita Castellana, then devoting himself briefly to the activity of a ceramic painter. In 1953, after meeting the designer Jacovitti – who taught …

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THE PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE HUMAN SOUL AND SWEAT – Ilaria Facci, between Art Photography and Self Portraits

Photographic atmospheres, between mannerism and symbolism In her photographic works you find flesh and blood that dance creatively, on the verge of collapse. The artist, human rights activist and traveler, Ilaria Facci https://it.ilariafacciart.com/ was born in Rome in 1982. After suffering from retinoblastoma and losing her left eye, she moved to Buenos Aires with my mother and sister. In 2000 …

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CREATIVE BOLD, AWAY FROM THE SPOTLIGHT – Frida Giannini’s strong design aesthetic

The creative director who loves charities. She does not consider fashion as a simple job, but as a vocation. Together with her ex-husband, she has been the creative soul of the Florentine brand Gucci for ten years. Born in Rome in 1972, the Italian designer Frida Giannini https://www.businessoffashion.com/community/people/frida-giannini studied in the same city at the Academy of Costume and Fashion. …

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I DO NOT FIND ME HERE – Fernanda Romagnoli, a passion for piano and collections of verses

The mad temptation of the eternal PORTRAIT – What do you want from me, portrait, burning face, pupil like the morning bee, cheek that subtly fades into a smile on the temple? You torture me in vain with your splendor. Nothing that happens remains intact: it was waiting to make you divine. Moreover, the human face that faces me every …

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THE FREE THINKER WITH THE GUITAR – Stefano Rosso and his dishonest story

The music that comes from night clubs and taverns The Italian singer-songwriter and guitarist Stefano Rosso https://www.teverepost.it/stefano-rosso-libero-pensatore-della-chitarra-e-dello-spinello/ was born in Rome in the winter of 1948. After high school he started working as a baker, however, in the back of a greengrocer’s shop he learned the secrets of the guitar from a friend of his. Thus was born his simple …

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THE PAINTER WHO CREATED GOTHIC FABLES – Stanislao Lepri, a surrealist in the recent history of art

The countless shades of an uncomplicated pictorial labyrinth He held his first exhibition in 1946, at the Galleria La Finestrina in Rome, demonstrating since then his singular vocation for surrealism full of allusive figures and spatiality. Son of the Marquis of Rota Lepri, born in Rome in 1905, Stanislao Lepri https://www.galerieminsky.com/en/portfolio-item/stanislao-lepri-2/ interrupted his diplomatic career to devote himself to painting. …

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IF CREATIVITY ENTERS IN DIALOGUE WITH TRADITION – Japanese imagery, between pop minimalism and retro shades

Like origami, a way of being creative Japanese painting encompasses a wide variety of genres and styles, with ancient paintings including the murals on the interior walls of the Kondō in Ikaruga’s Hōryū-ji temple. Numerous versions of mandalas have been create as scrolls even hung on the walls of temples. At the time of the Kamakura period, the Unkei painter …

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THE BOY WHO LOVED READING CLASSICS AND COMICS – Mitsuteru Yokoyama, a Japanese manga artist

When mangakas include Chinese and Japanese classics On an April morning, in 2004, he suffered burns due to a fire breaking out in his house: he fell in a coma, and died in the hospital, aged 69. Born into a June day, 1934, Japanese manga artist Mitsuteru Yokoyama https://www.lambiek.net/artists/y/yokoyama_mitsuteru.htm become famous for works that include Giant Robo, Sally and adaptations …

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THE PHOTOGRAPHER OF RURAL JAPAN – Hiroshi Hamaya, famous Japanese photographer of the 20th century

To capture and investigate a conclusion, with own eyes Hamaya Hiroshi https://www.shashasha.co/en/book/hiroshi-hamaya-photographs-1930s-1950s , one of the foremost Japanese documentary photographers of the 20th century, was born in Tokyo in 1915. After his aeronautical photographic experience, began documenting his hometown inoriginal way: from the sky and the streets. Interested in traditional customs of people and the climate of the region, in …

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