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Video: Baths of Caracalla in Rome and art in the bin..

Video: Baths of Caracalla in Rome and art in the bin..

Le Terme di Caracalla (in latino: Thermae Caracallae) costituiscono uno dei più grandiosi esempi di terme imperiali di Roma e sono  ancora conservate per gran parte della loro struttura e libere da edifici moderni. Furono volute dall’imperatore Caracalla in un’area nei pressi del Circo Massimo, costruito dal re Tarquinio Prisco. In questo video il giornalista Alberto Angela ci guida nelle meravigliose terme…

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Art exhibition: Barbadirame at the Italian Cultural Institute

The Italian Cultural Institute is delighted to present an exhibition of 40 paintings by Raimondo-Barbadirame, curated by Dr Rossana Pittelli. Barbadirame was a close friend of Pablo Picasso since the pair first met in the 1950s until Picasso’s death in 1973. This exhibition, the largest of his work so far, showcases the depth of his talent with many previously unseen…

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Moda italiana a Londra: Valentino

Valentino: Master of Couture 29 November 2012 – 3 March 2013 Somerset House This major new exhibition celebrating the life and work of Valentino will showcase over 130 exquisite haute couture designs worn by icons such as Jackie Kennedy Onassis, Grace Kelly, Sophia Loren and Gwyneth Paltrow in an exciting installation created specially for Somerset House. Divided into three sections;…

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Bruno Munari: My futurist past

Estorick Collection presents Bruno Munari,  one of the most complex, creative and multi-faceted figures of twentieth-century Italian art. This exhibition traces his career from its early years up to the post-war period when he became a point of reference for a new generation of artists and designers. For more information on the exhibition, please visit: www.munariestorick.org. 19 September- 23 December 2012 Estorick…

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Real Venice- Somerset House

For centuries, Venice has inspired intellectuals, writers and artists with its ravishing beauty, riches and strangeness. Now, in a major exhibition, fourteen internationally renowned artists have created a series of meaningful and original photographic images of Venice, perhaps the most photographed but seriously threatened city in the world.  The resulting images show Venice in all its beauty, but also in…

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