Toti Carpentieri - July 22, 2021

Milan • The memorable path of the Apollinaire Gallery of Guido Le Noci


Coming from the south, he arrives in Milan in 1925. A passionate merchant and publisher. he will make art his life goal. He used to say: "Restany's enemies are also my enemies."

At the end of April 1960, in the liveliness of the city of Milan which was torn to pieces by the works of the future

Cesare Orler - July 20, 2021

The dizzying and unexpected exploit of the NFTs

Cryptoart: plagiarism or revolution? Not even Gauguin would have been able to answer this question. Certainly we can no longer ignore a phenomenon that is upsetting the art market as we know it. We have new questions emerging every day.

Is painting dead? Will the market be dominated by digital art

Michela Bassanello - July 19, 2021

Forlì: in the San Domenico Museums the most impressive exhibition celebrating the 700 years since the death of Dante

More than 300 artworks from the 13th to the 20th century. A path that brings us to Michelangelo, Tintoretto, Guido Reni, Casorati, Boccioni and Fontana, among others

Seven hundred years since Dante’s death. Poetry calls, Italy responds.

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