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THE UNUSUAL, ABOVE AND UNDER GROUND – Five dimensions of amazement in Rome

If the unusual arouses amazement, curiosity or apprehension At 27 Via Veneto, the Roman road of the Dolce Vita, a door remains open from nine to 19. To pass it and access the inside of a crypt you will have to pay 8 and half euros, on the walls and on the ceiling, you will find the bones of 4,000 …

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THE ARMADILLO’S PROPHECY – The diversified graphic experiences of Zerocalcare

An individual story within a generational one of unease and uncertainty The relationship with his friends is important, even if sometimes he has little time to dedicate to him. He even has his own comic blog, www.zerocalcare.it, where he publishes short stories with an autobiographical background. His lifestyle includes abstinence from the consumption of tobacco, alcohol and drugs. Her stage …

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TO COMBINE PHOTOGRAPHY AND ART – Maria Saggese and the art of making the invisible visible

Enlighten creativity with light Light Painting explores all that is hidd from human eyes. Conceived for her, she discovers occult and evocative meanings; her photographs are an open door to the invisible. She investigates beyond superficiality, probes the essential, seeks beauty.Through her skilful evanescence, and light makes the invisible visible. She is an original photographer. Maria Saggese https://mariasaggese.com/ tuned her …

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WITH DESIRE, FROM IMAGINATION TO ORDER – Retropose: artisan tradition and a very original concept of luxury accessories

Timeless collections and iconic products, classic lines and artisanship Imagine a friendship born in Rome on the desks of a fashion academy. Imagine also that a laboratory was born from that friendship in via del Pellegrino. You just have to go there: you will find artisan tradition and a very original concept of luxury accessories. Each of her bags is …

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ROMAN STORNELLI, AMONG ECHOES, ILLUSIONS AND DESIRES – Roman holidays, between Trastevere flowers and bright stars

The color of the sunset and of the ancient stones Getting to know Rome, listening to some songs, but we will need a little glossary. Only the Romans, in fact, know everything about their city. Listening to three musical pieces that speak of Rome you will discover that the Ponentino is the wind that caresses the air, you will know …

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A WINDOW ON THE RENAISSANCE PORTRAIT – The evolution of Antoniazzo Romano’s portraiture

A journey from gothic styles to renaissance forms We know little about his life, yet he was the greatest Roman painter of the Renaissance. His first work is the Madonna Del Latte, preserved in the Civic Museum of Rieti. He was a painter of the Roman school of the Renaissance. Born in Rome around 1430, Antoniazzo Romano https://www.finestresullarte.info/Puntate/2012/14-antoniazzo-romano.php painted the …

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CHROMATIC HARMONY – The post impressionist painting culture of Camillo Innocenti

CAMILLO INNOCENTI 1/4 – He was born in Rome, as the son of an architect. He studied at Lyceum, then joined the studios of Domenico Morelli in Naples and Antonio Mancini in Rome. He completed his fine-art studies at the Accademia di Belle Arti, Rome. After 1906, he began to focus on painting mainly feminine figures. In 1915-18, as a …

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