Evin Collis: “Venezia Doodles”
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Evin Collis: “Venezia Doodles”

The city we inhabit influences how we see and act in our daily lives. It is interesting to see the different ways a city you live in has been interpreted and reflected through Visual Art History, but it can often be more interesting to see how young international Artists illustrate historical cities like Venice. Evin … Continue reading

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Berlusconi Dead in a Coffin. It’s Just a Work of Art!

  Il sogno degli italiani. This is the title of the art work exhibited at Palazzo Ferrajoli, near Palazzo Chigi in Rome. Silvio Berlusconi is displayed wearing a blue blazer, but with Mickey Mouse slippers, never too serious, also in formal meetings. Always comfortable, even in the coffin. He is amused with a smile on … Continue reading

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London? Yes We Can

And while yesterday, in Italy, we celabrated the Republic’s Day; today in London something happened… I suppose everybody still remember The Royal Wedding Street Party in April 2011; it was the biggest neighbours’ day and 1 million people enjoyed street parties. Today, following the resounding success of The Royal Wedding Street Party , marking 60 years of … Continue reading

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Venetian Waters Hosting AMERICA’S CUP

According to local newspapers, it may be the biggest crowded event in history ever to watch a yacht race basked in the sunshine of the Venice waters. The America`s Cup World Series fleet raced on the Grand Canal. Some of the best sailors in the world were racing last Saturday on what is usually one … Continue reading

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Cats and Lions

On the occasion of the exhibition “Madame Fisscher” – Venice, Palazzo Grassi April 15th/July 15th- Urs Fischer took a workshop with students from the Accademia di Belle Arti (School of Fine Arts) in order to realize little clay sculptures dissolving in the course of time in the school courtyard. Following the natural dissolving process of … Continue reading