When you think of famous Italian architects then certainly first of Gio Ponti, Carlo Scarpa, Renzo Piano or Gino Valle. A rather unknown, but not less creative architect from Friuli Venezia Giulia who has realized projects all over the world is Marcello D’Olivo.On the occasion of the centenary of his birth, the Civici Musei di…… Continue reading Do you know Marcello D’Olivo?
Angelo Mangiarotti -A truly original Creator (and a lifelong cooperation between Rino Snaidero and Angelo Mangiarotti)
Remember the building we’ve seen next to Udine a couple of days ago? In the meantime we found out the history and the architect behind it. ANGELO MANGIAROTTI was born in Milan on 26th of February 1921. He graduated in architecture in 1948 at Milano’s Politecnico. In 1953 and 1954 he works in the United States, participating…… Continue reading Angelo Mangiarotti -A truly original Creator (and a lifelong cooperation between Rino Snaidero and Angelo Mangiarotti)
Joan Miró at Villa Manin (Alone at night)
This winter Villa Manin, located next to Udine/Italy hosts an “absolutely worth a visit” exhibition about Joan Miró focused on an intense period of his work starting in 1956 when he moved to Palma de Mallorca. The exhibition brings together an important collection of his works, many of which have never been exhibited in Italy before, linked…… Continue reading Joan Miró at Villa Manin (Alone at night)
Days are short, mostly greyish and the last days in the old year are full with preparation for Christmas, finishing work for this year. Wouldn’t it be great to escape for a while? Then slip your shoes off and head to the Dreamroom in Udine/Italy at the Spazioersetti. This space is entirely dedicated to sound and…… Continue reading Dreamroom