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Music and Performing Arts
Projects From: 02-08-2021 to: 31-07-2022
'Caruso, Di Stefano, Corelli. Italian Opera Legends'

A major virtual exhibition, created in collaboration with the Teatro alla Scala.

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Visual Arts
Events From: 30-07-2021 to: 19-09-2021
The exhibition 'ItaliAE' opens in St. Petersburg

The photographic exhibition that traces a century and a half of Italian history opens with an online event.

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Archaeology and Heritage
Events From: 17-07-2021 to: 06-11-2021
'Life and Death, Glory of Pompeii'

A selection of objects from the Archaeological Park of Pompeii on display in Georgia.

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Visual Arts
Events From: 16-07-2021 to: 31-08-2021
'Il cappellaio pazzo. La creatività dei Maestri Cappellai di Montappone'

Italian craftsmanship excellence on show in Brussels.

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Design
Events From: 16-07-2021 to: 14-08-2021
An exhibition on Ettore Sottsass and Shiro Kuramata

A reflection on the meaning of design and creativity through the works of two major designers.

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Visual Arts
Events From: 15-07-2021 to: 04-10-2021
In St Petersburg focus on Italian Futurism and Russian Cubo-Futurism...

A stimulating dialogue between the masterpieces of some of the best-known Italian Futurists and the masters of Russian Cubo-Futurism.

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Literature and Publishing
Events From: 13-07-2021 to: 12-09-2021
'Le Piazze [in]visibili' in Belo Horizonte

The virtual exhibition presents twenty-one squares as portrayed through the words and photographs of Italian artists.

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Visual Arts
Events From: 09-07-2021 to: 14-10-2021
Raphael on display at the Guardian Art Centre in Beijing

A journey through 69 works to present the artistic style and influence of the Renaissance genius.

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Design
Events From: 09-07-2021 to: 30-08-2021
The new Italian design on show in Tirana

Seven young designers exhibit their creations, combining minimalism, archetypes and symbolism.

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