Creative people, between discretion, discipline and duty The Comacina island, on Lake Como, is part of its heritage, but this centuries-old Milanese art academy also boasts a photo library, a collection of plaster sculptures and an endless historical archive, a picture gallery, a drawings and prints cabinet, as well as its own library of contemporary art. As students or teachers, …Read More »
ITALIAN CREATIVITY, EVEN SEWING SUNFLOWERS FOR BUTTONS – Journey into contemporary creativity, discovering the Italian art of being reborn
Italian artists between genres and modes of expression, open to the languages of creativity Its name has magic in its very syllables, because Italian culture is so deeply soaked in an appreciation of the good things in life. The Giro d’Italia is a men’s road cycling stage race, established in 1909 and which takes place annually along the Italian roads. …Read More »
You do not need a therapist, just a good travel agent for Italy There are books on travel that can change your life, offering you the opportunity to take unusually original or completely banal itineraries. What matters is to leave light – inside and out – gathering the essence of traveling even while walking in Italy, sometimes invisible to the …Read More »
A RAMPANT HORSE, IN THE AIR AND ON THE ASPHALT – Enzo Ferrari and Francesco Baracca, in the hands of Vittoria Alata.
When the emblem claims the propensity to win. Its most important monument is the Rocca Estense. Just outside, find the Pavilion (huge quadriportico where there was a porch). Walking towards the east, you will find a monument built in memory of Francesco Baracca. You can visit his museum, with a section dedicated to Cavallino Rampante (used by ENZO FERRARI). Your …Read More »
WHEN THE MIDDLE AGES BRING CREATIVE CONTEMPORANEITY – Guccio Gucci: brand of the deliveror, suitcase and travel bag.
Eclectic, contemporary and romantic, unsurpassed for attention to detail. When you are on holiday, buying souvenirs is something you cannot give up. For centuries, in Florence there are shops that are part of the local tradition and economy. A jewel? To go to the Museo degli Argenti in Palazzo Pitti, you have to cross Ponte Vecchio. Among the many goldsmiths, …Read More »
To create a new platform for visual arts. Following the traces of Raffaello’s life, our art itinerary arrives in a city where he worked in the Church of San Nicola, Città di Castello. https://www.umbriatourism.it/en_US/-/citta-di-castello Pliny the Younger built his villa (until now identified with walls, mosaic floors and marble fragments). As you can observe, the city is mostly built of brick. …Read More »