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Sofas: the 10 iconic designs of the 20th century

In the past century we have revolutionized the way we live and furnish our homes, introducing new elements that have become icons of style and functionality. Among these, sofas hold a special place, with models that combine aesthetics and functionality in innovative ways. Let's discover together the ten most iconic sofas of the 20th century, examples of timeless elegance and style.

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Look Again: European Paintings 1300–1800


The Metropolitan Museum of Art just reopened galleries dedicated to European Paintings from 1300 to 1800 highlighting fresh narratives and dialogues among more than 700 works of art from the Museum’s world-famous holdings.

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The National Portrait Gallery reopens!


New spaces and a photographs show inaugurate the renovted museum.

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#A room of one's own... in the iconic images of Slim Aarons

Fascinated by the works of the American photographer, we rediscover the magic of art interior photography.

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A Room of One's Own: Monks House

Inspired by the famous Virginia Woolf's essay, IntOndo visits a series of very special vintage rooms, places that have meant a lot to their owners.

Timeless beauty: mosaics textures and antique sculpture

Yves Saint Laurent aux musées

Paris, on display through May with 6 displays that were officially inaugurated on January 29, the exact day that, 60 years ago, the then 26-year-old Saint Laurent launched the debut collection of his eponymous label with a presentation in his first home, the former studio of French impressionist Jean-Louis Forain.

Isabella Ducrot, Il Miracoloso

T293 and Collezione Agovino present 'Il Miracoloso', a solo exhibition by Isabella Ducrot in the church of San Giuseppe delle Scalze in Pontecorvo, Naples. Through December 30

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Domenico Gnoli at Fondazione Prada

A retrospective that gathers over 100 works, created by Domenico Gnoli (Rome, 1933 – New York, 1970) from 1949 to 1969, as well as an equal number of his drawings.

Majolica Mania

An exhibition that will create new awareness and appreciation for nineteenth-century English and American majolica.

Breath Ghosts Blind, Maurizio Cattelan

This unprecedented site-specific exhibition project by Maurizio Cattelan questions the current value system, among symbolic references that belong to the collective imagination.