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Published by Domenico Olivero 08 February 2018 Wine and art with W.Kentridge
The South African artist created special-edition labels that will adorn a limited number of large-size bottles of Ornellaia. Sotheby’s will preside over an auction of 9 rare lots during a gala evening at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, which will receive the proceeds. To date, Ornellaia Vendemmia d'Artista has donated almost 2 million euros to art foundations & mus...
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Published by Lorenzo Ciotti 01 February 2018 The Artwork of the Month - February 2018
In the column dedicated to the month of February, we have included a gallery of images that portray the beauties of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York (MET). An emotional journey through the works of the greatest European masters, such as Michelangelo, Leonardo, Raphael, Donatello, Sandro Botticelli, Filippo Lippi, Caravaggio, Vincent Van Gogh, Claude Monet, Salvador Dali and Pablo Pi...
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Published by Domenico Olivero 31 January 2018 Roberto Casamonti Collection
The city of Florence, birthplace of the Italian Renaissance and one of world’s richest centres of the history of art, attracts an estimated 13 million visitors annually. It is now about to welcome the first public art space solely dedicated to modern and contemporary art: the Roberto Casamonti Collection, which opens on 25 March 2018. Roberto Casamonti, a native Florentine, gallerist ...
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Published by Domenico Olivero 26 January 2018 Performa and Barbara Kruger
While sharing her earliest influences and what led her to become an artist, Kruger explains the origins of her Performa 17 Commission, Untitled (Skate), a site-specific installation at Coleman Skatepark in New York City’s Lower East Side. “Money talks. Whose values?” says Kruger, quoting some of the panels installed in the skatepark. “These are just ideas in the air ...
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Published by Domenico Olivero 23 January 2018 Art Paris 2018
2018 marks the 20th anniversary of Art Paris Art Fair. Since its foundation in 1999, the fair has established itself as Paris’ leading modern and contemporary spring art event. The 2018 edition will play host to 142 galleries from 23 different countries providing an overview of European art from the post-war years to the current day, while leaving room for the new horizons of internat...
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Published by Lorenzo Ciotti 02 January 2018 The artwork of the month - January 2018
To best wish a happy 2018 to all our readers, as already done last December, even on the monthly column of January, the month that opens the new year, we decided to give you a gallery of images that immortalize the wonders of Galleria Borghese (Borghese Gallery), one of the major Italian artistic centers, located in the heart of the city of Rome. Among the masterpieces, we can admire works by A...
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Published by Lorenzo Ciotti 25 December 2017 Equilibri wishes everyone a happy Christmas!
The editorial staff of Equilibri wishes Merry Christmas to all its readers and their families!
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Published by Lorenzo Ciotti 15 December 2017 The artwork of the month - December 2017
For the month of December 2017 we will not analyze a particular work, but we will immerse you in the Christmas atmosphere with three images that represent these days: Nativity of Jesus, by Giotto (Scrovegni Chapel in Padua) The Mystical Nativity, by Sandro Botticelli (National Gallery, London) Holy Family with Shepherd, by Tiziano (National Gallery, London) These are three incredibl...
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Published by Lorenzo Ciotti 17 November 2017 Leonardo's Salvator Mundi breaks down every record!
Leonardo da Vinci breaks down every record! Or rather, the artwork Salvator Mundi, an oil on canvas paint, was beaten by Christie's auction in New York for a stunning amount of 450 million. It is still anonymous the lucky buyer. The auction, lasting 19 minutes, has torn every previous record; starting with a basic amount of 75 million, the offers were continuous and wild. This is Le...
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Published by Lorenzo Ciotti 06 November 2017 The Artwork of the Month: November 2017
Conserved and exhibited at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, Theseus on the Minotaur is certainly one of the most famous works made by Venetian sculptor Antonio Canova. Commissioned by the Venetian ambassador in Rome, Gerolamo Zulian, it was built between 1781 and 1783. The artist worked sculpture alone without external aid. It found its current position in 1962. The mythologi...
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