British Museum Legion exhibition:  March into history – Revealing the secrets of Rome’s Army

May 02 2024
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Until 23 June 2024, the British Museum plays host to an engaging exhibition entitled Legion: Life in the Roman Army, inviting visitors to embark on a historical voyage through the complexities of ancient Rome’s military might. This meticulously crafted showcase looks into the world of Roman soldiers, offering a glimpse into the essence of their service.

This article is available in Italian at the bottom of this page. – L’articolo è disponibile in italiano in fondo a questa pagina.

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British Museum exhibition: Michelangelo -The Last Decades  (2 May 2024 – 28 Jul 2024)

Apr 30 2024
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From 2nd May to 28th July, 2024, the British Museum hosts a monumental exhibition, Michelangelo – The Last Decades, offering a profound exploration of the later years of one of history’s greatest artistic geniuses. With over 100 works on display, ranging from personal letters to architectural sketches, the exhibition provides a comprehensive journey into Michelangelo’s twilight phase, illuminating his reflexions on ageing, mortality, faith and the enduring power of creativity.

This article is available in Italian at the bottom of this page. – L’articolo è disponibile in italiano in fondo a questa pagina.

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Art exhibition review: Expressionists – Kandinsky, Münter and The Blue Rider at Tate Modern 

Apr 23 2024
Photo: Wassily Kandinsky Improvisation Gorge (1914) - Credit: Lenbachhaus Muenchen
What comes to mind when you picture expressionism? On the one hand, bold experiments with colour, dramatic forms, atonal music and poetry in free verse. On the other, cross-cultural artistic collaborations set against the imperial ideologies and social inequalities of early 20th century Europe.

Expressionism stands out as a vivid and unforgettable part of European art history, embodying the creative visions of its top artists. In Tate Modern‘s colourful exhibition Expressionists – Kandinsky, Münter and The Blue Rider about the famous group of avant-garde artists, who worked in Munich and the Bavarian Alps before the chaotic First World War, there’s a slight feeling of unease.

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