WTI Magazine #17    2014 Feb, 14Author : Enrico De Iulis      Translation by: Alessandra Bitetti   If there is a dark zone, or something that is little known of the Italian Art, this is surely the late Romanesque period and the beginning of the Gothic one. In that portion of the history of art, especially with regard to the sculpture, after Wi...

WTI Magazine #2    2013 Oct,25 Author : Enrico De Iulis      Translation by: The Language Institute   In the church of the "Gesuati" in Venice, in the Cannaregio area, there is one of the most interesting paintings of the lagoon: The Martyrdom of St. Lorenzo by Tiziano Vecellio. It is a monumental work which has recently undergone complete resto...

  WTI Magazine #62    2015 June, 12Author : Enrico De Iulis      Translation by: John Cabot University   The renovating wave of Milan EXPO is reaching also its neighborhood. The Accademia Carrara of Bergamo reopens after eight years of 11 million euro restoration and modernization. The story of this important museum begins in 1783, when Giacomo...

WTI Magazine #35    2014 June, 18Author : Enrico De Iulis      Translation by:   A very famous painting from the Italian Renaissance has just landed in New York, where it will be until July 20: it is the portrait of a woman celebrated as "The Turkish slave" by Francesco Mazzola, known as Parmigianino. Dated 1533, the painting is one of four femal...

WTI Magazine #83    2016 September 16Author : Enrico de Iulis      Translation by:   It is very interesting to see how the years '10s of 2000 are heavily inspired by the '10s of 1900. Starting from the hipster movement that revisits many hairstyles and many mustache cuts of the first decade of the twentieth century, to fashion that repeats double...

  WTI Magazine #57    2015 April, 3Author : Enrico De Iulis      Translation by:   In Reggio Emilia a very special and important ongoing exhibition is having a huge success: "Piero della Francesca. The design of art and science". It is not an easy exhibition, where math and geometry are the protagonists in equal measure with major minor arts. De...

  WTI Magazine #70    2015 October, 16Author : Enrico De Iulis      Translation by:   Speaking of Italian Baroque is always very generalizing and sometimes an understatement. There are examples of Baroque in every region of Italy and usually they have different properties with very connotative details and a final yield always recognizable as bel...

  WTI Magazine #11    2014 Jan, 3Author : Enrico De Iulis      Translation by: Alessandra Bitetti   During the Italian Renaissance it wasn't uncommon to decorate rooms, halls or courtrooms with an astrological subject. The works of the "Palazzo della Ragione" in Padua survived to this day. This calendar and astrological decoration even "helped"...

  WTI Magazine #27    2014 Apr, 25Author : Enrico De Iulis      Translation by:   Gae Aulenti died less than two years ago, and for a strange effect of reverberation or echo, we hear about her a lot more today than when she was alive. A very active life, however.    

  WTI Magazine #55    2015 March, 6Author : Enrico De Iulis      Translation by: John Cabot University   An important exhibition, for its beauty and rareness, will be hosted at the Salone dei Corazzieri in Palazzo del Quirinale until April 12, 2015. The exhibition is based on the entire cycle of tapestries on the story of Joseph narrated in the...