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2011 CARNIVAL AT ROME PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 23 November 2014 14:28
Although not one of the locations where you spend the Carnival tradition, Rome also offers visitors a show of respect for the BEST PARTY of the year. For Carnival 2011, in fact, the events of the capital will open Saturday, February 26, with a parade of forms and colors that will leave from Piazza del Popolo to continue towards Via del Corso. For 10 days until March 8, the main city squares such as Piazza Navona and Piazza Venezia are colored animations and events that will please the visit of tourists and residents around the eternal city
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COLORS OF THE WORLD PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 23 November 2014 14:28
The Palazzo delle Esposizioni (Space Fountain, Via Milano 13) contains from 12 February to 1 May, the exhibition "Colors of the World" organized by National Geographic Italy. A fascinating photographic journey made with the photos of the greatest photographers who work and collaborate with the magazine internationally and nationally.

The exhibition brings together 95 new images of great visual and emotional impact declined through colors: red, green, white and blue. Red, the color of the heart, blood, passion. Green, the color of nature, vegetation. White, the color of innocence, purity. Blue, water and sky. Four colors to describe the present and the future of the world, the strength and the weakness of nature and animals, humility, pride, sorrow and happiness of human beings.
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COBRA PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 23 November 2014 14:28
Until February 13, 2011, is open to the National Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art of Rome and Italy CoBrA, an exhibition curated by Denis Laoureux Amaturo and Matilda, in collaboration with the Embassy of Belgium el'Academia Belgica. An exhibition of rare and important, if we consider for example the influence that the search was on CoBrA an artist like Keith Haring.


COBRA is the name by which he identified a group of artists and poets from Belgium, Holland and Denmark, who met on 8 November 1948 at the Café Notre-Dame de Paris. Karel Appel, Constant, Corneille, Christian Dotremont, Joseph Noiret and Asger Jorn gave birth to one of the last great avant-garde movements. Cobra was short-lived, it broke up after only three years, but at a historic level brought many achievements in the freedom of expression and technique, as well as the theoretical point of view.
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GIOVANNI ALLEVI -ALIEN PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 23 November 2014 14:28

After the debut of Los Angeles and dates in Japan, the premieres of the alien abroad WORLD TOUR Giovanni Allevi conclude in Lugano - the city that hosted the eponymous album recording - the February 11, 2011 at the congress.

The ALIEN WORLD TOUR "land" at last in Italy, with the concert-event of 19 February to Palalottomatica in Rome that offer exceptionally and for the first time in history, his stage a concert of solo piano. The time Roman will launch an extensive tour in the major Italian theaters in order to continue again on the prestigious stages of the world.

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Romeo e Giulietta all'Eliseo PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 23 November 2014 14:28
There are no translations available.

Una rilettura del classico shakespeariano che guarda, grazie a registi e interpreti, al mondo del cinema. Scamarcio, bello del grande schermo per eccellenza, è Romeo; la bella Deniz Ozdogan, già con Albertazzi e altri mostri sacri del nostro palcoscenico, è Giulietta, e le file al botteghino sono assicurate. Anche se, per chi ama il teatro tout court, l'appeal maggiore sarà nella regia di un navigato e sensibile teatrante totale come Binasco e dalla penna caustica di uno straordinario 'pittore' di provincialismi e marginalità come Paravidino.
È quasi tutto troppo con Shakespeare. E Romeo e Giulietta ha persino un troppo in più.

 

È un’opera così famosa che è impossibile sfuggire al già visto. In più mi accorgo che del testo mi piacciono soprattutto cose marginali: i personaggi secondari, il tono da commedia, il provincialismo italiano. (...)
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