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Design: 1880 to Now at Brooklyn Museum


The newly renovated gallery exhibits an exciting range of designers and manufacturers from the late nineteenth century to the present day.

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The renaissance of La Samaritaine


The beloved 1870 building located in the heart of Paris has been transformed by the LVMH Group into "a showcase for the French art of living."

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The Medici: Portraits & Politicts 1512-1570

Some of the greatest portraits of Western art were painted in Florence during the tumultuous years from 1512 to 1570, when the city was transformed from a republic with elected officials into a duchy ruled by the Medici family.

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Vintage dialogues with the present: When Our Eyes Touch

The French iconic house designed by Alvar Aalto is a home for contemporay art

Nathalie du Pasquier, Campo di Marte

The exhibition at Macro Museum in Rome is conceived as a Gesamtkunstwerk - a "silent symphony" in the words of the artist - which includes a corpus of about a hundred works created from the 1980s to the present day.

Opening of the new Serpentine Pavilion designed by Counterspace

Responding to the historical erasure and scarcity of informal community spaces across the city, the Pavilion references and pays homage to existing and erased places that have held communities over time and continue to do so today.

Archeology now: Damien Hirst at Galleria Borghese

Archeology now's curators set up a story between past and present in which the visitor finds himself in front of sunken treasures (imagined by Hirst) combined with the wonderful forms of the Borghese collection.

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Design Museum Compasso d'Oro

The new Milanese Museum dedicated to the world's most famous design prize, since 1954.

Palazzo Butera and the Valsecchi collection

After 14 months from the closure, visitors can now enjoy the curated layout of Palazzo Buttera, a unique experience where the visitor is engaged in a fervent dialogue between the secular past of the building, the contemporary art of the Valsecchi collection, and the many historical works and furnishings.

The Glass Ark. Animals in the Pierre Rosenberg Collection

An exhibition curated by Giordana Naccari and Cristina Beltrami, which traces - in an original and engaging way - the history of Murano glass in the twentieth century through an unprecedented angle: the glass animal.