‘A great many of the ancient civilisations, once considered ‘pri-mitive’, which grew and flourished in very different parts of the world (Brittany, Scotland, Kenya, Mexico, the Sahara, China, Cambodia, ... Read More
‘From early times and with considerable determination in the ea-stern regions, the Christian tradition has associated with sacred buildings the geometric and symbolic shape of the dome, considered as ... Read More
‘This is an exhibition of familiar, everyday objects and scenes: devotional plaques on houses or posts along the roadside, processions and votice offerings. A familiarity which has slowly reduced ... Read More
‘A hundred kilometres south of Sicily, the archipelago of Malta, with its three islands and 315 square kilometres of surface area, represents the almost obligatory crossroads of the Mediterranean. ... Read More
‘This exhibition, promoted by the Rimini Meeting with the cooperation of the 17th Triennial of Milan, presents a visual investigation Of the photographer, Giovanni Chiaramonte in four cities fundamental ... Read More
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