It has been a foggy day in Winter.
Seeing Venice without her shadow is like seeing a Renaissance canvas painting, which colour has been washed by age. 827 more words
Mario Botta, the celebrated Swiss architect, was born in Mendrisio, Ticino in 1943. After serving an apprenticeship in Lugano, he attended art school in Milan, followed by studies at the University School of Architecture in Venice, obtaining his diploma in 1969 under the guidance of… 619 more words
The new exhibition at Viasaterna gallery in Milan, Col tempo – nei dintorni di Carlo Scarpa, is dedicated to Guido Guidi, internationally renowned photographer, known for being one of those who inaugurated in the early seventies a certain way of looking at landscape and therefore to portray it. 697 more words