Murano’s glassmaking masters on show

While the Murano glass industry, except for the biggest firms, is in serious crisis and the city is literally flooded with made-in-China junk, Murano’s beautiful Museum of Glass – which is part of the […]

Biennale Musica 2015

A fixture for lovers of contemporary music, Biennale Musica festival opens today and will last for ten days, with a rich programme of concerts, ranging from Twentieth century avant-garde to the last generation of musical […]

Venice’s secret gardens

Looking at it from the window of a plane (or surfing on Google Earth sitting at your PC), Venice appears much greener than it may seem strolling along its streets.
In fact, a surprising number of […]

Steve McCurry on the trail of coffee

In a city of ancient coffee houses, attending two exhibitions in a row on that same subject is all but surprising. After that of Salgado, it’s the turn of another great photographer, Steve McCurry, who […]

A Woman’s Gaze

With more than 250 shots by some of the most important women photographers (and photographers-artists) of the postwar period, from Diane Arbus to Nan Goldin, the exhibition Sguardo di donna at the Casa dei Tre […]