Archive for month: June, 2015

Spazio Arte – Andreas Senoner

22 Jun
June 22, 2015
It would be so nice

It would be so nice

Andrea Senoner (born 1982) recalls the wooden tradition from Alto Adige at the same time lightening it and enhancing it by inserting unusual materials and objects, such as feathers or iron cages. The frontal poses of his sculptures evokes an ancient sacredness which clashes with the disturbing human nature brought out from the wood grains. This human nature tells of a loneliness and an inadequacy which can be mitigated only by alter egos.

I, who had so many dreams by andreas senoner

I, who had so many dreams by andreas senoner

Andreas Senoner

Andreas Senoner

 

Spazio Arte – Mitja Ficko

16 Jun
June 16, 2015
Mitja Ficko - Superior Room

Mitja Ficko – Superior Room

The visionary landscapes in the paintings of Mitja Ficko (born 1973) come both from a common collection inspired by pop culture and from a more intimate and personal world. In his works real and imaginary scenaries live together and express a difficult inner world which is unreachable and appearsonly between the lines, through symbolism and allegories.

Mitja Ficko - Classic Room

Mitja Ficko – Classic Room

Mitja Ficko - Hall

Mitja Ficko – Hall

Mitja Ficko Biowww.mitjaficko.com

 

Baths of Caracalla: Bob Dylan, Elton John, Ludovico Einaudi, Roberto Bolle and more!

11 Jun
June 11, 2015

The momumental ruins of the Baths of Caracalla will be also this year the setting of many events for the summer season of the Rome Opera House. Not only lyrics but also high-grade music and ballet.

Bob Dylan by www.flickr.com user denaflows

Bob Dylan by www.flickr.com user denaflows

Giacomo Puccini will definitely be the main character with his La Bohème, Turandot and Madama Butterfly, masterpieces which will be punctuated by the superb concerts of Bob Dylan (June 29) , Elton John ( July 12) and Ludovico Einaudi, as well as the various ballets of Roberto Bolle & Friends ( July 27) or the Pink Floyd Ballet (June 23 to 27).

A calendar which wants to make Opera more popular in Rome thanks to Carlos Fuortes, the General Manager of Rome Opera House, who has been innovative and determined since 2013.

For tickets and informationwww.operaroma.it

Book your room now!

 

Galleria D’Arte Moderna: Nineteenth-Century Artists: Themes and New Discoveries

05 Jun
June 5, 2015
 Vincenzo Gemito by Rocor www.Flickr


Vincenzo Gemito by Rocor www.Flickr.com

Galleria D’Arte Moderna, Via Francesco Crispi, 00187 Rome.

 

La Galleria d’ Arte Moderna di Roma Capitale ospita un corpo limitato ma importante di opere d’arte di artisti italiani del 19 ° secolo. Si tratta di pezzi di estremo interesse inediti. Accanto ai nomi italiani più noti come Gemito, Costa e Ferraresi, vi ritroviamo anche importanti artisti stranieri, come Rodin.

 

Dal 7 Novembre 2014 – 14 Giugno 2015 Dal Martedì alla Domenica: 10,00 – 19,30 www.galleriaartemodernaroma.it

Neighborhood Coppedè

02 Jun
June 2, 2015
Coppedé by gabriele82 Mincio Circus by www.flickr.com

Coppedé by gabriele82 Mincio Circus by www.flickr.com

Among the less known treasures in Rome, in the Trieste district, where it belongs, there is a very peculiar place, the so-called, Quartiere Coppedè, named after its architect Gino Coppedè (1866-1927).

After being already famous for the Mackenzie Castle in Genoa in a Tuscan Reinassance style, he moved to Rome in 1915 to give life to the most original artistical-architectural experiment in the first decade of 1900.

He could easily combine Liberty and Art Nouveau, going from Middle Ages to Reinassance, through mythology and Chatolic religiousness, using as well elements from the ancient roman architecture to please the customers who clearly had demanded it.

The result is not to be missed, a fantastic and totally an achronistic atmosphere. A walk to experiment the sensation of being part of a film set.

Coppedé by gabriele82 Mincio Circus by www.flickr.com

Coppedé by gabriele82 Mincio Circus by www.flickr.com

 

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