Here is the summary of the second issue of our print magazine. Subscriptions due by May 19

The subscription campaign for our print magazine expires on May 19: those who subscribe by this date(click here for more information) will receive the magazine starting in June, for four issues. The next issue, 176 color pages bound in an elegant paperback, will, as always, have exclusive and original articles written by art historians, critics and journalists: not to be found anywhere else. Below, here is the table of contents with, in italics, the title of the column(News, on the news from the art world; Grand Tour, a journey to discover the most interesting places and museums in Italy; Inside the exhibition, a review of the most beautiful exhibitions; Works and artists, in-depth features on great artists and their masterpieces; Rendez-vous, a column devoted to collectors and patrons of the past and present; Contemporary Lounge, insights on contemporary art; The Critic, in-depth articles written by art critics on issues affecting the art debate; Wunderkammer, iconic objects and the best of auctions).

Current events: the restoration of Leonardo da Vinci ’s Sala delle Asse at Castello Sforzesco, article by Ilaria Baratta.

Current events debate on the current state of patronage in Italy. Participants include Patrizia Asproni (president of Confcultura and president of the Marino Marini Museum in Florence), Giulio Bargellini (entrepreneur and founder of the MAGI ’900 Museum), Piero Boccardo (director of the Strada Nuova Museums in Genoa), Carolina Botti (central director of Ales s.p.a. and in charge of Art Bonus at MiBAC), Alessandro Crociata (cultural economist and Assistant Professor in Applied Economics at GSSI - Gran Sasso Science Institute, L’Aquila), Cecilie Hollberg (director of the Galleria dell’Accademia in Florence), Stefano L’Occaso (art historian and MiBAC official), Patrizia Sandretto Re Rebaudengo (collector and president of Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo), Michele Trimarchi (professor of Cultural Economics at the University of Bologna), Beatrice Trussardi (entrepreneur and president of the Nicola Trussardi Foundation).

Grand Tour: the Triumph of Death by Buonamico Buffalmacco, article by Antonio Paolucci.

Grand Tour: the Bridal Chamber in Mantua, article by Lorenzo Bonoldi.

Grand Tour: the Sienese biccherne and the museum that houses them at the State Archives of Siena, article by Francesca Interguglielmi.

Inside the exhibition: review of the exhibition Bertoja, Mirola, da Parma alle Corti d’Europa (at the Labirinto della Masone in Fontanellato until July 28, 2019), article by Federico Giannini.

Works and artists: images of power by Adolfo Wildt, article by Ilaria Baratta.

Rendez-vous: the patronage of Cosimo I de’ Medici, article by Claudia Farini.

Contemporary Lounge: interview with Emilio Isgrò, by Federico Giannini.

Contemporary Lounge: the “chaussures” of Sylvie Fleury, article by Chiara Guidi.

Contemporary Lounge: the art of Fabrizio Cotognini, article by Cristina Principale.

Criticism: Carla Lonzi’s contribution to the study of postwar art, conversation between Michele Dantini and Francesca Della Ventura.

Wunderkammer: Egyptian canopic jars and the finest objects at auction, for all to see, June through August.

Here is the summary of the second issue of our print magazine. Subscriptions due by May 19
Here is the summary of the second issue of our print magazine. Subscriptions due by May 19

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