How many things come to mind when you think of Italy? The art? The culture? The food? Well, these are just a few of the many experience the Bel Paese offers. In addition to great artists, painters, and musicians there are also important architects who have helped design towns based on concepts of beauty and functionality, have magnified the men with political and religious powers and have encouraged commercial development.
The Museum of the 20th Century in Milan is hosting until next March 15th, the exhibition "Yves Klein Lucio Fontana. Milan Paris 1957-1962” - an opportunity to rediscover two great talents, who with their creative journeys, deeply molded the art of the decades to come.
In the southern part of the Italian boot, lying in the sun on the gulf of the same name, is the beautiful city of Naples. Known for its thousands of colours and thousands of definitions, it is at the crossroads of ancient traditions and new unrest, which have been living happily for centuries.
by Elena Tralli
In a hidden corner of “Roman Milan”, as you walk in search of what remains of ancient amphitheaters and thermal baths, you may come across the small church of San Sisto and find here a great Italian sculptor of the 20th century, Francesco Messina.