July 13, 2020
On this day (13 July) in 2011, the Franco-Italian sculptor and designer, Giacomo Benevelli died in Pavia.

May 25, 2019
Venetian artist Ferruccio Bortolozzi died on 25 May 2007, at 87 years of age.

March 17, 2019
Born in Bologna on March 17, 1935, Adami trained as a draughtsman with Achille Funi at the Accademia di Brera in Milan.

March 10, 2019
Aldo Mondino, a contemporary artist who worked in a variety of mediums and who drew inspiration from his travels around the world died in Turin on March 10, 2005.

July 10, 2018
Burri at Basel

July 9, 2018
Blub Makes Waves in Florence For several years now, an anonymous street artist, known as Blub, appears to have been making waves in and around Florence with a sub-genre of portraiture that he or she terms “l’arte sa nuotare” (art knows how to swim).

June 22, 2018
Luciano Fabro died 22 June 2007, while preparing a solo exhibition for the MADRE Museum in Naples.

October 18, 2017
Pompeii’s Past Meets Present Artists for Upcoming Exhibition and Permanent Installation Sources report of a dynamic collaboration between the archaeological site of Pompeii and the Neapolitan Museo d’Arte Contemporanea Donnregina (Madre) to foster a dialogue between past and present in the forthcoming exhibition,“Pompeii at Madre: Archaeological Material” exhibition, opening on 19 November.

Pompeii’s Past Meets Present Artists for Upcoming Exhibition and Permanent Installation Sources report of a dynamic collaboration between the archaeological site of Pompeii and the Neapolitan Museo d’Arte Contemporanea Donnregina (Madre) to foster a dialogue between past and present in the forthcoming exhibition,“Pompeii at Madre: Archaeological Material” exhibition, opening on 19 November.

September 23, 2017
Tucked off of Route 9 in Cold Spring, New York, is Magazzino Italian Art , a recently opened contemporary Italian art museum.

July 16, 2017
Fabio Viale’s Tattooed Sculptures Sculptor Fabio Viale , whose works from earlier this decade coaxed mundane objects such as tires and grocery sacks from Carrara marble, has more recently turned his attention to embellishing his works with colorful “body modifications.” Viale’s project over the past five years involves re-creating actual-size replicas of famous works known from antiquity, most Roman copies of Greek original works, such as the Venus de Milo and the Aphrodite Knidos, and decorating them with colorful “tattoos.” The tattoos take their inspiration from traditional designs from Japan as well as variations upon designs from the international criminal underworld.

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