Naples Art Subway Stations   Naples is a city of a thousand faces.  Above ground, the hustle and bustle of its erratic and frenzied daily rhythm while below ground, an unexpected beautiful, comfortable and functional environment. The city underground system has been indeed converted into an eclectic contemporary art museum with the installations of some

The Lombards: People who changed history The Archaeological Museum of Naples is housing from 21st December until 25th March 2018 the exhibit The Lombards: people who changed history that illustrate Langobards’ past and the challenges they faced that caused the political and historical fragmentation of the Italian Peninsula. The Lombards (also known as Langobards literally meaning “people

THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY MUSEUM IN ROME The educational entertainment freely inspired by the world of chocolate, finally arrives in Italy. Between 18th November 2017 and 18th February 2018, Fiera Roma has opened a CHOCOLATE FACTORY-MUSEUM, an amazing theme park specifically designed to entertain and educate and finally reveal all the secrets of chocolate. Thanks to a partnership

The Cinquecento in Florence – from Michelangelo and Pontormo to Giambologna From September 2017 to January 2018, Palazzo Strozzi in Florence hosts the extraordinary exhibition “The Cinquecento in Florence. From Michelangelo and Pontormo to Giambologna”, dedicated to some of the most important 16th-century Florentine artists. This venue celebrates indeed a unique period in art history characterized

The Chiostro del Bramante in Rome presents the exhibition “ENJOY: Art meets Amusement” After last year great success of Love. Art meets Love, the Chiostro del Bramante in Rome, proposes again a noteworthy exhibit of unique contemporary artworks. From the 23rd of September 2017 to the 25th of the February 2018 the art exhibition Enjoy: Art meets Amusement will present

From April to June 2017, the Archaeological Museum of Naples (Mann)  presents the exhibit “KOKOCINSKI. Life and Mask: from Pulcinella to Clown” of the Italian contemporary artist – with Polish-Russian origin – Alessandro Kokocinski. The exhibition includes more than 70 artworks created by Kokocinsky with different innovative techniques such as installations, paintings, videos, sculptures, high-relief

The exhibit “From Caravaggio to Bernini” has been recently inaugurated at the Scuderie del Quirinale in Rome and will be open to the public until July 30th 2017.  This remarkable selection of paintings and sculptures of Italian masterpieces from the Spanish Royal Collection have been selected on the basis of their outstanding artistic and historical

The project “Pompeii for all. Accessibility paths overcoming architectural barriers” can be considered Italy’s longest barrier-free path and it represents another step forward in the rebirth of Pompeii Archaeological Site. It makes finally possible to all visitors with disabilities to access the archaeological area in order to appreciate this unique World Heritage Site. From the