WTI Magazine #20    2014 Mar, 7Author : Enrico De Iulis      Translation by: Alessandra Bitetti   The art of glassmakers from Murano is famous all over the world, and everybody envy us for it. It is an art that goes back to many centuries and reached its excellence in XIX and XX centuries.     On this topic, the venetian "Fondazione Giorgio...

  WTI Magazine #76    2016 February 15Author : Giulia Carletti      Translation by:   Logic must not speak: visions must. The visionary art of de Chirico (1888-1978), known for his lonely mannequins and dreamlike atmospheres, is not a sterile attention to form, but a field of research for a revelation through it. "To become truly immortal a work...

WTI Magazine #5    2013 Nov, 15Author : Enrico De Iulis      Translation by: Alessandra Bitetti   The 55th International Venice Biennial Art Exhibition, entitled "The Encyclopedic Palace", will close in two weeks. Differently from the Venice Biennial Film Festival, which despite its name is held every year, th...

  WTI Magazine #64    2015 July, 10Author : Enrico de Iulis      Translation by:   Fondazione Prada's big shot is having an unexpected domino effect not only on Milan and Expo, but also on a national scale, establishing new lines of museum design and construction. The headquarters, designed by Rem Koolhaas, reassesses a part of Milan virtually b...

  WTI Magazine #60    2015 May, 15Author : Enrico De Iulis      Translation by: John Cabot University   The 2012 earthquake in Emilia Romagna and in Lombardia severely damaged Saint George's Castle in Mantua, and particularly one of his greatest jewels: La Camera degli Sposi ("the bridal chamber") by Andrea Mantegna. This masterpiece, known in t...

  WTI Magazine #22    2014 Mar, 21Author : Enrico De Iulis      Translation by: Alessandra Bitetti   When we talk about Italian baroque and more specifically about Romanesque baroque, immediately come to our mind the style, the works and the names of Gian Lorenzo Bernini, Francesco Borromini and Pietro Berrettini da Cortona, who are considered t...

WTI Magazine #1    2013 Oct,18Author : Enrico De Iulis      Translation by: The Language Institute   The Borghese Gallery is a place of rare beauty, conceived and experienced as a large container of powerful art and politics. In 1606, Cardinal Scipione Borghese wanted it right from the start with the intention of having a huge display case in whi...

  WTI Magazine #49    2014 December, 10Author : Enrico De Iulis      Translation by:   When one comes across a work by an unknown artist, rarely one wonders what is the his or her nationality, because this is irrelevant to know the purpose of the artistic language and, indeed, because is often challenging to receive messages and signals that are...

  WTI Magazine #71    2015 October, 30Author : Giulia Carletti      Translation by:   A sincere attachment to primordial earth and its prime materials is what pervades the variegated œuvre of the Italian artist Gastone Primon. Gastone Primon started his career as a ceramist in Este, his hometown, yet today he lives and works in the south of Rome...

  WTI Magazine #16    2014 Feb, 07Author : Enrico De Iulis      Translation by:   Giuseppe Arcimboldo was a unique case in the history of Italian art. Born in 1526, he has been one of the most innovative, original and whimsical painters ever known in world artistic history.     Born in Milan, very...