Tag Archives: Italy

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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CREATIVE WINDOWS, TO CHANGE THE AIR OF A CITY – Milan, beautiful even in the fog, like a woman with a veil

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, …

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A PERSONAL STYLE, ELEGANT AND SOPHISTICATED IN THE DESIGN – Guido Crepax and the archetype of a subversive femininity

Women of neoliberty in comics, in the name of eroticism Some of his characters were the fruit of his imagination, others instead, from literary works. His wife, with whom he had three children, was the inspiration of his famous character, Valentina, who left an indelible mark on the world of twentieth-century erotic comics. Sick for years of a serious form …

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KNOWLEDGE, EXPERIENCE AND TASTE FOR THE IMAGE – Alfa Castaldi and his constant evolution of style and photographic technique

A key figure in Italian photography Inaugurated in June 1911 in the center of Milan, in the Brera area, it was a bar equipped with a telephone and an espresso coffee machine. Entering it you will find not only the scent of a hundred years of history, but also and above all of art. The Jamaica bar http://www.jamaicabar.it/storia/, frequented by …

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TO CAUSE AND INFLUENCE FASHION, ECCENTRICALLY – Miuccia Prada, when originality serves fashion

The minimalist design that blends traditional styles and modern influences By privileging the use of soft colors, luxurious fabrics and excellent tailoring, she creates clean and simple lines that enhance the good taste and modesty of dress. She is renowned not only for her minimalist designs, but for her ability to blend traditional styles with modern influences. Together with her …

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A HALLUCINATED AND GROTTOQUE DIALECT – Delio Téssa, lawyer, journalist and poet

Write in dialect, when the language cannot provide sounds to express you To understand his way of combining poetry and humor, one sentence from him is enough: “In Milan there is still a tram that costs ten cents, but so cheap that it never comes.” His personality was dominate by total distrust of men, as well as by the loss …

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MUSICALLY BORN WITH THE HIP-HOP: J-Ax + DJ Jad = Articolo 31

If you have nothing more to say, avoid becoming repetitive Alessandro Aleotti (stage name J Ax), was born in Cologno Monzese in 1972, while Vito Luca Perrini (aka Dj Jad) was born in Bollate in 1966. So, two boys from the provinces, the first rapper and the second disc jockey who met during a party. By re-proposing the distinctive characteristics …

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ENRICO BAJ AND THE NUCLEAR PAINTING – Move creatively in the grotesque, with an amused look

Satirical, polychromatic and playful collages Developing a personal interpretation of it, as an artist, will eviscer reality down to atomic dimensions, using wood or fabrics, mechanics, or simple hydraulic pipes. After graduating from the Liceo Classico, Enrico Baj https://www.tate.org.uk/art/artists/enrico-baj-686 enrolled in the Faculty of Medicine, which, however, he will leave to attend Law and the Brera Academy of Fine Arts. …

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