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Here are the exhibitions that you can’t miss coming up in February, taking place from New York to Paris, and from LA to Milan. Here the 5 of the best to cast your eyes over.
Palazzo Braschi in Rome is the home of an exhibition which collates some of the most iconic looks from the movies by Italian costume designers. From Marie Antoinette’s extravagant gowns to Jep Gambardella’s red blazer, discover more about the people behind our favourite movie costumes.
In Milan for the Men’s Fall/Winter 2015/16 fashion week? Needing a little respite from the full on fashion happenings? Well, delve into the world of famed Italian explorer and journalist Walter Bonatti through photography and film, documenting his finest moments and life achievements.
Swide invites you to discover Gianfranco Baruchello, an avant-garde visual artist who is gaining recognition today in his native Italy in his 90s with a solo retrospective at Triennale, following the inclusion of his works in the Italian Pavilion of the 2013 Venice Biennale.
Italian art has influenced several major movements throughout the centuries and has produced great artists known worldwide. But this is not just something about the past, today Italy has an important place in the international art scene, with major art galleries, museums and exhibitions in some of the most artistic cities in the world like…
From May 7 – August 16 2015, the MET museum in New York plays host to China: Through the Looking Glass, an exhibition that explores how China has influenced the world of art and fashion. Of course, this also means that the glittering MET Gala will be China themed. Here’s more.
Which are the best art exhibitions around the world in 2015? From Paris to New York passing by London, here are some appointments you should not miss if you’re an art lover.
With the art and photo galleries all over the world taking some well deserved timeout over the festive period, it’s time to catch up on the exhibitions that are end in January. Here are 5 not to miss.
14|14: Art of last century is the ambitious exhibition held at PLASMA in Milan, where 23 artists show their work, investigating the parallelism between the years 1914 and 2014. Swide has interviewed the curator of the exhibition, Georgios Vogiatzakis.
From Paris to Berlin and various art galleries in between, there are exhibitions for you and perhaps your loved ones too. This December, if you’ve run out of Christmas present ideas, give the gift of culture… well, perhaps not to kids. Either way, here are 5 of the best exhibitions to check out this
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.
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