Women artists have changed the world’s perception for Centuries, challenging bias and involving a larger, demanding audience into the art world. Who are the women artists that are still doing so today?
Something exciting this way comes! Members from English rock music royalty have just announced that Milan will present a multi-sensory retrospective journey of the group’s extraordinary worlds of work. Who, you ask? Only, f***ing Pink Floyd!
As the weather slowly starts to warm up, so should your need for cultural enrichment and what better way to do so than in front of the great works of art, contemporary and classic. Here are the exhibitions you can’t miss this March.
Futurism was more than an artistic movement, it was a philosophy that glorified progress and industry, as well as the arts and thus represented one of the most iconic creative periods of Modern Italy.
Get your fill of the world’s best artists and creative thinkers, both contemporary and from yesteryear, with Swide’s guide to exhibitions February 2014. From Montreal to Madrid, here are the ones you can’t miss.
Londoner Alannah Sparks treats our readers to a very interesting interview which gives an insight into the new movers and shakers in London. This month she talks art with Jack Bell, owner of the eponymous gallery which is making some noise amongst contemporary art collectors all over the world.
From London to New York, the 5 exhibitions that every art lover can’t miss on 2014. Ready to take notes?
From Down Under to the Big Smoke, those hoping to stay cultured outside of the Christmas celebrations this December can revel in the exhibitions on offer this festive season.
29 year old Gianluca Traina wins the Asia Wards 2013 thanks to a 3D mosaic portrait inspired by the Sicilian Byzantine originals that have inspired Dolce&Gabbana and many others before them.
Francis Bacon’s masterpiece surpasses Edvard Munch ‘s Scream as the most expensive painting ever sold in auction. But why is it so expensive?
Marco Santaniello is a brilliant Italian Pop Artist: on November 14th Tazza gallery in new York is showing his first solo exhibition, Nice to meet you. We have spoken with Marco about celebrities, fashion, art and being Italian in the most iconic city in the world.
100 years since the birth of one of the Italy’s creative geniuses Piero Fornasetti: painter, engraver, printer, designer, collector, stylist, craftsman, art gallery manager and exhibition promoter he designed thousands of objects. His milestone creations will be on display at the Triennale in Milan.
Rome welcomes ‘The Treasures of Naples’, a collection of gold and jewel encrusted artefacts that are worth probably more than the Crown Jewels, an exhibition open to the public from 30th October 2013, until February 16th 2014 at the Museo di San Gennaro.
Winter’s almost here, and what’s best than seeking shelter from cooler temperatures than galleries and museums? Swide has the list of the 5 must see exhibitions this November 2013.
An exhibition entitled ‘Augusto’ opens at the Scuderie del Quirinale on October 18th celebrating the life and legacy of Rome’s first Emperor Augustus.
In the Vatican City Pavilion, the American artist of Australian origins reinvents the third installation, the Creation section of the Genesis. Here is how he explores the concepts of art and life in his amazing works.
The great heritage of Italian Cinema is undisputed, being crowned with awards and cult status for decades, the work of directors, actors and actresses that remains vivid in our memory. On International Women’s Day, Swide selects our top 20 female actresses who made the history of Italian Cinema.
Swide welcomes AC Milan players to the Dolce&Gabbana Barbiere on Corso Venezia, Milan, for a chat about love, life and family. First up in the barber’s chair, tough-tackling, AC Milan and Holland midfielder Nigel de Jong.
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