As a sign at the entrance reads, the Libreria Acqua Alta Venice define itself as “the most beautiful library in the world”. On the internet you will find many photo galleries, but we do not ever get tired of discovering the corners of this very special place, where you happen to meet among the managers
The publishing house Edition Noir was born in 1994 in a small town in Hessen, Lich. As the host of exhibitions and organization dedicated to regular publications, it takes part in various trade fairs in Germany – Frankfurt, Leipzig, and Düsseldorf. Since 2004, with the construction of the Bessinger hand press, engravings and woodcuts take
Years ago in the Turin Photo Festival we created a work entitled “Use and reuse”, which investigated the status of industrial archaeology and the new destinations of old buildings. Later in Turin, we used the former tobacco factory for two editions of the festival, a beautiful semi-abandoned and unused space. The prisons of Turin are
While in Italy many small bookshops are struggling to keep up with the big chains, in Germany, recently, one can see an opposite trend. Big chains like “Thalia” or “Weltbild” have to close branches due to falling sales and on the contrary, small bookshops are opening thanks to the initiative of booklovers and small publishers.
At one time, the place where Villaggio Sacre Terre is located was only populated by wild animals. But, after restoring part of the medieval village with the methods of bio-architecture, a group of pioneers decided to leave the city behind and dedicate itself to project originating from the need for greater accountability for current problems,
Founded in 1900 by a group of private citizens as the Art Museum of Toronto, the Art Gallery of Ontario is one of the largest art museums in North America, with a physical facility of 583,000 square feet. The AGO expanded it facility in 2008 with an innovative architectural design by world-renowned architect Frank Gehry.
It was the 1980s and “Curiosity killed the cat” played “Misfit”, their first album. After decades, I realize that perhaps I owe something to the English band. In their appeal to that same curiosity that today, far from any expectation and desire, led me on a trip to Marseille. Just recently the city was appointed