Klimt, to the origins of a myth: the exhibition in Milan

Apr 08, 2014

Masterpieces from the “golden age”? Do not look for them at the exhibition at Palazzo Reale in Milan: «Klimt, origins of a myth» exhibits – among others – twenty works by the artist from Belvedere Museum in Vienna, but few of these are known to the general public. The first room is full of promises, […]

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Design in 400 words: Willow

Apr 08, 2014

 I love Willow’s work, his paintings seem an animated gif in a frantic movement, so important contours give more strength to the “comic book”. Yeah, they look like a cartoon! Long ago, scrolling the pictures depicting his work with a child by my side, this one invented an alien story for each canvas to the […]

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Ice and water: Axel Hütte in Modena

Apr 08, 2014

Between 2012 and 2013 Axel Hütte, German photographer counted among the most significant members of the Düsseldorf School, devoted himself to an artist residence in the Modena Apennines, during which he took pictures so far unpublished. These, like other large format prints belonging to the series Glaciers (1997-2002), Water Reflections (1998-2007), Caves (2008) and New Mountains […]

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Obsession for the woman: Campigli rediscovered

Apr 08, 2014

These motionless figures appear like archetypes, distant, untouchable: they are Campigli’s women, female beings that have always existed in Western art, familiar to us because they remind of suggestions and images ranging from portraits of Fayum to Greek korai, from Etruscan funerary sculptures – the painter was struck by Etruscan art during a visit to […]

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A museum for the industrial Bologna

Apr 08, 2014

In fine weather, it’s nice to get there by walking along the Navile Canal, used for transporting goods until the second post-war. It is the Furnace Galotti “Battiferro”, built in 1887 and from 1997 charming home of Museum of Industrial Heritage of Bologna, which documents, displays and spread economic and productive history of the city […]

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The bibliophile’s handbook

Apr 08, 2014

Compendiary, writing – Type of writing that, in order to save time and space, uses a conventional system of abbreviations but without prejudging to the interpretation and meaning of the text. Continue, writing – Type of writing in which the words are not interspersed with spaces. The division of words appears in the mirror of […]

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Walking books in bibliobus

Apr 08, 2014

Man is a hunter, a discoverer, a seeker by nature. He’s always been searching for what he needed to evolve, adapt, feel good. And also to learn, to have fun, to know. On one hand, the hunter, on the other the prey, the object of pursuit, desire, sometimes. The book. Entity that lives on the […]

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A Pixel with mustache

Apr 08, 2014

It’s like many cats: lazy, messy, unpredictable, but adorable. Yet special, like all felines can be. His name is Pixel, it lives with Cecilia&Fermo for a strange case and one day she decided to turn it into the protagonist of “flash” inspired to cat’s life in its many facets. Which color, size or sex is […]

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“Sun and snow” for everyone: the paperback version

Mar 26, 2014

After the success of the art version (found at this link), the book Sun and snow becomes for everyone with the paperback version. Fermoeditore started “from above”, giving shape to the suggestions of the text and images using the straw paper, in Italy tied to food for tradition and of strong emotional performance; special papermaking […]

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Design in 400 words: Delineodesign

Mar 26, 2014

“I prefer to design for the future with intelligence, consistency and enthusiasm.” Giampaolo Allocco, founder of Delineodesign It’s true, it’s definitely better to work on the future than being a star of a time that slips away… and this is the philosophy of Giampaolo Allocco. Delineodesign is industrial design, of course Giampaolo and his staff […]

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