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New York: Art Travelling on Railways

Going for a walk in New York is something different, especially since 2011. The renewed Central Park is something for chronic sentimental people and dreamers,  nowadays the best walkable in town is High Lane, old elevated railway passing through the old West Side industrial district.  CSX Transportation Company built this railway on 30’s and they … Continue reading

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TANGO

This last Tuesday, in Venice, I had the chance to be part of an amazing time in the city…a TANGO experience! Probably most of the people who are living in Venice don’t even know about this great activity. In the summer, you can find different open areas, most of them historic squares, where people are … Continue reading

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Paolo Ventura- Venice Cold and Silent

Paolo Ventura was Born in Milan in 1968. He grew up into the fashion world, and today is in the limelight on the contemporary art scene. He exhibited his photos into the overcrowded Italian Pavillon at the Venice Biennale 2011.  Through his gorgeous shots , in the midway between a Friedrich’s foggy painting and a … Continue reading

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Notte VERDE

On May 5th, 2012 there was a celebratration called the Green Night, in Venice. It is an event where all the cities of the Veneto Region transform into a green city -literally. Many different buldings and squares were illuminated with green lights. Around 200,000 people were participating in this European movement. Seminars, conferences, presentations and artistic performaces were some of … Continue reading

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A Walk with The Moon

After midnight, Venice transforms into a city of eerie silence. As I walk home, my only follower is the echo of my footsteps. The streets, once filled with life, now sleep in an infinite slumber. I catch the occasional couple, stealing one last goodnight kiss. A group of friends, whispering their secrets in the darkness. The rhythm … Continue reading