Maserati USA rounds out a strong year by kicking off a customer appreciation "Gran Finale Celebration"  that runs for a limited time from November 2, 2021 to January 3, 2022. If you are looking to celebrate the holidays by leasing a new vehicle that offers luxury and performance, now is the time to consider a Maserati. Exclusive new trims are avail...

‘We Love Art‘ is an innovative project by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, which, in partnership with the Fondazione Cassa Depositi e Prestiti (CDP), has created an initiative that combines both creativity and business, art and Made in Italy. For the first time, the Ministry has thus turned to businesses to establish a...

Milan is a colourful open-air museum: without inside of course, but with thousands of walls housing Italy's most avant-garde street artworks. From the city centre to the outskirts, graffiti art creates unforgettable urban itineraries. Following the footsteps of other international metropolises such as New York, Berlin, Buenos Aires, Melbour...

Shortly now: What single phrase involves thoughts when the topic of Italian vehicle museums comes up at a cocktail get together? Ferrari. In fact. Or maybe Maserati. Or perhaps Lamborghini. However for the subsequent thousand phrases or so, put apart these knee-jerk responses. For now, let’s assume out of the auto museum field. Throughout a latest...

When pressed on his fascination with trees, the architect Stefano Boeri is prone to nostalgia. ”When I was a kid, I used to quote a novel written by an Italian writer, Italo Calvino, called ‘The Baron in the Trees’. It was the story of a young duke who decided, when he was 12, to abandon his family and spend the rest of his life living on the branc...

The fall season feels particularly suited to indulge in a little spa and pampering time. With the temperatures dropping, the idea of being immersed in warm thermal waters at 36-37°C just feels right, no? The Romans knew about the healing properties of the many thermal springs around Lake Garda, and built pools of thermal waters they could enjoy yea...

The Miracle of the Quails, executed in 1554, is among the artist’s largest and most ambitious works. It was previously in a private collection and had rarely been seen by scholars and has never been on public display. It was acquired by the Getty from New York dealership OMP Fine Art. When asked about the purchase price, a spokesperson of the museu...

"When I was a boy growing up in Genova, my hometown, I loved two things: one was the sea and the other was cinema. The sea is immense to explore, and cinema is something that takes you in a different world, a fantastic world.” Italian architect Renzo Piano spoke about his passion for movie-making as soon as he took the stage during the opening of t...

Over the last couple of decades, all the major motorcycle brands have been getting bolder and more creative. Technology in the motorcycle industry has come a long way, and sportbikes seem to always be improving. The old cliché of Italian bikes being the most stylish is no longer a given. Other European makes have become bolder, challenging various...

My grandparents have nostalgic memories of the days when Romans spoke their true vernacular tongue, called Romanesco – which has nothing to do with the vulgar slang tourists pick up while wandering the capital. That’s Romanaccio, with the final ‘accio’ indicating something denigratory.  Romanesco was the lyrical language of great poets such as Tril...