Musement
Giuliana Maria Maddalena Fusari

Giuliana Maria Maddalena Fusari : The substance of spirit

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Giuliana Maria Maddalena Fusari’s favourite material is poetry, intended as the lyrical quality that gives voice to the spirit. Art critic Vittorio Sgarbi provided...
Paolo Sorrentino

Interview with Paolo Sorrentino : Maradona’s semi-divine power has saved me

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"Cinema is necessary to distract from reality because reality is poor. That’s why I want another life, why I want to make films," says...
Virgilio Guidi

Virgilio Guidi’s Venetian Light

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From the Roman School with the famous paintings of women blessed by maternity to the iconic canvases of the lagoon and the Venetian palaces,...
Agron Hoti

Interview Agron Hoti

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Agron Hoti was born in Albania in 1970; since his childhood, he has distinguished himself for his artistic talent. His life was turbulent and...
Javier Bardem Dune

Javier Bardem : With Dune I had my childhood dream realized

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Some people have a special gaze, so deep as to result hypnotic. Javier Bardem is one of them while he talks about himself simply...
Penk

Penck – Chaos VS world order

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The years that Ralf Winkler (Penck) spent in Dresden from the Forties to the Sixties were the toughest. As a child in post-war Germany,...
Jamie Lee Curtis

Interview with Jamie Lee Curtis : When fear becomes added value

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She cannot stand the horror film genre that made her famous, but she is also grateful to it. Jamie Lee Curtis is fearful and...
Martin Parr

Martin Parr : Photography & Sport a look from the bleachers

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The tennis court enters, literally, in the space of Camera, Italian Centre for Photography, in Turin, before, during, and after the Nitto ATP Finals,...
Osvalda Pucci

Osvalda Pucci : The river of Existence

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Catching the singularity in the spectacle of the world and things is not an easy task; neither is the contingent note in its intermingling...
David Begbie

David Begbie : Immanence

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The artists, of all trends, of all styles, of all ancestry and descent, are the protagonists of our scenography of show and virtuality, apparently...