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Shit And Die. This is the title of the unmissable exhibition-tribute to the city of Turin the retired, ingenious artist, Maurizio Cattelan, has taken care of: among ghosts of the past and the present, the heart and soul of the city are laid bare.
‘Feeding the Plant, Energy for Life’ the theme that unites all 144 countries involved the Expo Milano 2015, during the event that spans 184 days. With details about the pavilions finally emerging Swide highlights some of them and what they are bringing to Milan.
From London all the way to Buenos Aires, here are the exhibitions that you can’t miss this November 2014. From fashion photographer Guy Bourdin to Jeff Koons, there is something for everyone.
Rome is an open air museum and if you have been there at least once, you will agree. By the way, all year round, there are many interesting art exhibitions too. So, if you are planning a journey to the Eternal City, these are the unmissable Fall Winter art exhibitions according to Swide.
Giambattista Tiepolo is perhaps one of the greatest figurative painters of the 18th century. His figures especially are of great artistic importance. At the Musei Capitolini in Rome, the artist is celebrated with a unique retrospective which collects many previously unseen drawings and sketches.
Milan Women’s Fashion Week SS15 is, as with every season, a celebration of all things fashion. But a week of cat walks, must haves and celeb spotting wouldn’t be complete without taking a moment to honour our style icons. That’s exactly what this exhibition does, celebrating the Sophia Loren.
Here are the art exhibitions that are worth jotting down in your diary for October. From the master Van Gogh through to the subject of mourning attire, here are 5 of the best art exhibitions for October 2014.
From Milan to New York and from London to Paris, here are the exhibitions you can’t afford to miss in September. There’s Horst, Marc Chagall, Duchamp and more.
Whether a local or on vacation in Italy this August for Summer 2014, we’ve got the best art and photography exhibitions that are open all month, no matter how hot and bothered you might be. From Rome to Florence, from Milan to Venice, here’s our top 10.
As part of the exhibition ‘Italian Futurism, Reconstructing The Universe’ at New York’s Guggenheim Museum you are invited to enjoy ‘Anti-Pasta: A Dinner Inspired by Italian Futurism’, at the museum’s Wright Restaurant.
From New York to London, here are 5 exhibitions that you can’t miss, this July 2014. From Digital Revolutions to the contemporary artists that reign over the Arab world, here’s what’s on offer.
From Paris to New York, here are the exhibitions you can’t miss in June: Jeff Koons, Dennis Hopper and more.
Palazzo Strozzi in Florence welcomes a new exhibition which focusses on family. 11 Contemporary photographers have been selected to display their own takes on family, in multiple and idiosyncratic ways, which underline the similarity more than the difference of families.
2014 is the year the French embrace Mapplethorpe’s unique aesthetic, with not one, but two exhibitions dedicated to his hard-hitting 70s and 80s imagery. Interestingly the link between the two exhibitions is that they both evaluate the photographer’s work as that of a classical artist.
Spring has come and with it many ways to enjoy it: why not going for exhibitions around the world, for example? From Rome to Paris, here are the must see exhibitions in April. Art is blossoming in Rome, Paris, London and Madrid.
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?
Provost and Bishop of Constance
As one of the most influential Italian icons and muses to poets and artists, the Marchesa Casati’s biggest vocation was to become a real living work of art. The exhibition at Palazzo Fortuny in Venice celebrates one of the most controversial and eccentric figures of the twentieth century.
The Dolce&Gabbana Fall Winter 2014-15 collection is an ethereal, whimsical, fairy tale inspired collection which marries fantasy with reality. With this video Swide looks at the collection and tells you the Dolce&Gabbana fairy tale through its protagonists. Welcome into the worls of fairies.
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