MARKETERS DAY 2018. MY EXPERIENCE AS A MEDIA PARTNER IN A VIDEO
“A matter of creativity” was the title of this edition, which saw me at the side of the Marketers Club in the dissemination and promotion of the online initiative.
Here is the video of the day.
ART LITHOGRAPH: WHAT IT IS AND AN ONLINE PLATFORM FOR ARTISTS
Greatest artists have always loved experimenting with new techniques and many of them, starting from the early 19thcentury, have created works using the technique of lithography.
But what is exactly lithography and which are the available instruments that today an artist can use to create a lithographic art printing?
In this post I’ll explain what lithography is, but especially I’ll give you the details to discover where today you can create high-quality lithographs.
Art lithograph: what it is and an online platform for artists
Museo di Storia Naturale, Londra
LONDON WHAT TO SEE: THE MUSEUMS YOU MUST SEE
London, what to see in one day or maybe in two or three days?
It seems easy but it isn’t so, because London has a lot to offer, especially art lovers.
London is the perfect destination for museums lovers: there are several museums among which you can choose, and because most of them are free you can visit them many times and follow a different itinerary each time.
Here is the list of the unmissable museums.
London what to see
REINA SOFIA MUSEUM WORKS: WHAT YOU MUST SEE
This post is dedicated to those who want to visit Madrid, and here you’ll find everything about the Reina Sofía Museum works to see and how to plan your visit to the museum which is a point of reference for modern and contemporary art.
I’ve already talked about the Reina Sofía Museum in the post containing the list of the most important museums to see in Madrid, and now I’ll explain why you must visit it and which works you must see.
Reina Sofia museum works
DEGAS’S DANCER: THE LITTLE DANCER OF FOURTEEN YEARS
Degas’s dancer is beautiful and delicate but she has a sad story and every time I see her I can’t help thinking about what she had to go through.
The statue, exhibited at the Sixth Impressionist Exhibition of 1881, was found in Degas’s studio after his death in 1917.
It was said that the artist had rejected all the offers potential buyers had made him, because he considered her as a “daughter”.
Here is the story of Degas’s Little Dancer of Fourteen Years.