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From Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec in Rome to March Chagall in Brescia, check out Swide’ s list of the 5 not-to-be-missed exhibitions in Italy this December.
From the very first desktop computer made in Italy by Olivetti to the first space-bound Espresso machine, the most revolutionary Italian technologies of the last 50 years go on display in New York in the exhibition that celebrates the Italian visionary genius. Here’s more.
Here are 5 of the top exhibitions in Italy this November 2015, which you can’t miss. From Giorgio de Chirico in Ferrara to Vivian Maier in Milan, here’s what’s on.
A monumental exhibition in Milan on the theme of motherhood has become one of the most important Italian cultural events of 2015: we interviewed Massimiliano Gioni, its curator, and talked about women, artists, muses, mothers and many other things.
The word “enigma” is a recurring title while many signs of the motif of secrecy appear in De Chirico’s canvasses. By looking at the life of the elder, and his lesser known brother Alberto Savinio, Swide attempts to decode 5 of the most recurring symbols.
Here are 5 of the top exhibitions in Italy this October 2015, which you can’t miss. From Gauguin in Milan to Jeff Koons in Florence and the Impressionists in Rome, here’s what’s on.
With the weather turning chilly, and the days becoming shorter, and possibly rainy, find some respite, and culture within the museums of your home town or while on a weekend city break. From Bilbao to London, here are 5 must see exhibitions this October.
Fancy seeing an art exhibition this Fall but don’t know what’s on near you? Don’t you worry, because Swide has done the dirty work for you, rounding up some of the must see exhibitions you cannot miss out on this Fall. Check it out!
Fall 2015 in Italy is going to be a very hot season in terms of art exhibitions, since Italy’s art scene promises to be a very rich one. From Raffaello in Milan to Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec in Rome , check out Swide’ s list of the 10 not-to-be-missed exhibitions in Italy this Fall.
While the fame of Giotto for lovers of art is comparable to that of Leonardo Da Vinci or Michelangelo, for many, this diminutive Florentine man of the late Medieval period remains a mystery. Between dwarfism, perfect circles and highly disputed works of art, here’s more about Giotto di Bondone.
The members of Portuguese art group Lata 65 are single handedly changing the way we view retirement and destroying the stereotypes that cloud elders. How? By their hand to street art in their spare time and emblazoning walls with spray paint murals. Here’s more about the project.
In the heat of August, most of Italy comes to a standstill, including the art galleries and their exhibitions. But that isn’t necessarily a bad thing, especially when some of the shows are as good as these. Here are the must-see exhibitions in Italy this August.
It’s holiday season people but that doesn’t mean that a healthy dose of culture should be exempt from your list of things to do. If you, like us at Swide, enjoy a mix of sun, sand and sights, then why not check out 5 of the best exhibitions that are running through August? Here’s what’s on.
Palazzo Aragonese in Otranto celebrates the Italian photographer Ferdinando Scianna with a monograph exhibition where the most charming side of Southern Italy and its women are highlighted.
From Florence’s eccentric Renaissance painter Piero Di Cosimo to the wonders of Liguria throughout the years being displayed, here are 6 exhibitions that you can’t miss this July in Italy.
From the Netherlands to London to New York and then some. Here are 5 of the top exhibitions that are opening this July, including London’s Royal Academy of Arts and LA’s LACMA. Here’s what’s one.
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Calendar: the iconic plate series by Fornasetti on display in Milan
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