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Il ritratto nell’arte… raccontato nell’epoca dei selfie

“The history of portraits in art” might seem like a tired and overly academicised subject, but the desire, ambition and need that people feel to leave their image for posterity as concrete proof of their existence has never been so topical. With the aid of some extraordinary pictures, art historian Sabrina Marin will lead us down the incredible path that portraits have taken over the course of history. There will be a chance to look at great classics such as Lady with an Ermine and the Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci, the famous Arnolfini Portrait by Van Eyck (which highlights the merchant status of a couple in Flanders), the Portrait of Pope Leo X with two Cardinals by Raphael, and the Portrait of Pope Paul III by Titian. The last two will be seen in conjunction with Massimo Pulini’s enigmatic 2018 work Ut Pictura – Rebus, which will be on display.

Massimo Pulini – Flâneur

Massimo Pulini – Flâneur “Who is the flâneur? A wanderer or a poet, an idler or an aesthete, a dreamer or a realist? Balzac described flânerie as “the gastronomy of the eye” and claimed that it was a strolling-based science. Flâneurs are connoisseurs with exacting tastes who like to please their eyes rather than their

La Voce Della Pittura – Victorien (The voice of painting – Victorien)

La Voce Della Pittura – Victorien (The voice of painting – Victorien) Victorien is the first in a series of four initiatives revolving around the colour black. It will culminate in the publication of a book and it has united two friends and artists “In the name” (this will be the title of the volume as

Supernativo Assoluto svelato (Absolute Supernative revealed)

Meet the artist Supernativo Assoluto svelato (Absolute Supernative revealed) CialtronArte (Slob Art) and the forms it takes in the new “Monumentale creazione” (“Monumental creation”) by Stefano Davidson. These are dark times when everything is going downhill rapidly, so we need superheroes… Stefano Davidson is here to astound and enchant us with a “Babel pantheon” and

Zino – Bad Dream

Zino – Bad Dream The Zamagni Gallery was delighted to unveil its first exhibition at 6.30 pm on Friday 14 June. It followed on from the official opening of the gallery in April 2019, when it showcased the artists in its stable and gave the public the chance to see its new premises on Via

Official opening of the Zamagni Gallery

A historic move By Gianluca Zamagni, 12/04/2019 A month after Angolo della Cornice closed its doors, today I am back at work in new premises, following a move that I might be bold enough to call “historic”. My father opened Angolo della Cornice 55 years ago, in 1964. It was originally a glass and framing