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...

WTI Magazine #58    2015 April, 17Author : Enrico de Iulis      Translation by: John Cabot University   The transformation of Milan - because of the forthcoming Universal Exposition - has been constantly growing. Besides the website for the event, for the new infrastructures of the city and the railroad modernizations, the Ambrosian museum center...

  WTI Magazine #79    2016 May 13Author : Giulia Carletti      Translation by:   Often described as a form of conceptualism, Arte Povera (Impoverished Art) was an Italian movement born sometime around 1966 throughout Turin, Rome, and Milan and developed until the early 1970s. Its name was coined by the Italian art critic Germano Celant, in 1969,...

WTI Magazine #12    2014 Jan, 10Author : Enrico De Iulis      Translation by: Alessandra Bitetti   Massimo Campigli is the pen name of Max Ihlenfeldt. He was born in 1895 in Germany, but he moved to Florence with his mother and his grandmother. The relationship between them was particularly incisive in the life and psychology of Max, who - until...

  WTI Magazine #46    2014 October, 29Author : Enrico De Iulis      Translation by:   It has just come to an end another important exhibition in Trento: a rare, very interesting philological reconstruction about the activity of Dosso Dossi and one of his biggest customer: the prince-archbishop of Trento Bernardo Cles.

  WTI Magazine #74    2015 December 11Author : Enrico De Iulis      Translation by:   If there is a gray area in the common people's attention to the history of art, this is definitely one that covers the artistic production of 1800. If the painting, thanks to the romantic current that led to the testimonies of great historical and literary even...

WTI Magazine #10    2013 Dec, 20Author : 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 almost always they have different properties with very connotative details and a final y...

  WTI Magazine #84    2016 October 17Author : Enrico de Iulis      Translation by:   2016 marks the anniversary of the death of two artists linked to the war: in 1916, during a training exercise, the death of Umberto Boccioni, exponent of Italian Futurism; fifty years before, during the third war of independence, Ippolito Caffi died, and it is t...