Colin Firth presented the book “The People Speak: Voices that changed Britain” last night in Notting Hill

Colin Firth appeared on stage last night in London at the Notting Hill’s venue The Tabernacle, in a performance of ‘The People Speak; Voices That Changed Britain‘, based on the book he co-wrote with Anthony Arnove… Continue reading

London Fashion Week – Spring Summer 2013: 14 – 18 September 2012

More than 60 catwalk shows and 20 presentations over 5 days, 110 UK and international established and emerging designers presenting their creations at the Exhibition at the Somerset House’s location, the Vauxhall Fashion… Continue reading

Post Olympics thoughts on branding, marketing and tourism: the GREAT Britain Campaign

As has just revealed, 2012 chairman Lord Sebastian Coe will lead the GREAT Britain campaign, promoting the country as a great place to visit, study, work, invest and conduct business following the Olympics… Continue reading

Closing weekend for major olympic summer Exhibitions: Damien Hirst at Tate Modern + Yoko Ono at Serpentine Gallery

London’s major arts Museums and Institutions have chosen some of the British greatest art icons to celebrate this glorious 2012 Olympic summer: the Tate Modern has shown a five month-long retrospective of Damien Hirst‘s work, the… Continue reading

Baroque suspensions under the Tuscan sky: Transe Express at Visionaria – Prato

Last night the Tuscan late summer season was mesmerised by the baroque-ish Calder-like acrobatics of the French pioneers of street-art Transe Express Company. Last night’s creation featured 6 artists – a singer, a trapeze… Continue reading

Last chance to see The Yellow Wallpaper @Cob Gallery – Camden, London

Earlier a couple of weeks ago I attended a very inspiring gallery talk, given by Natasha Hoare and Roxie Warder, co-curators of  ‘The Yellow Wallpaper’, a group exhibition closing today the Cob Studios & Gallery. The visit offered a powerful… Continue reading

Opening Week at the Serpentine Gallery: Garden Pavilion 2012 by Herzog & de Meuron and Ai Wei Wei

On June 1st the Serpentine Gallery launched the new Pavilion as the twelfth in the series since the first commission in 2000. The design is the result of Swiss duo Herzog & de Meuron and Chinese… Continue reading

Florence like New York: Bob Dylan’s Week

Vorrei segnalare un evento organizzato dallo studio di architettura Studio A di Firenze e curato dall’architetto Fabio Ramelli: sabato 26 maggio lo studio ha ospitato la performance dal titolo “Blowing in the wind… Continue reading

V&A Museum launches today “Ballgowns: British Glamour since 1950”

A spectacular exhibition is opening today at the V&A Museum in the newly redesigned Fashion Galleries of the museum: “Ballgowns – British Glamour since 1950“. The show, spanning 60 years of British fashion, features more… Continue reading

Smashing show at the Sadler’s Wells Theatre last night

One of France’s most successful choreographers, Angelin Preljocaj went on show with his 25 dancers company at Sadler’s Wells Theatre until last night: they performed his award-winning 2008 adaptation of the Brothers Grimm fairytale, Snow White. This… Continue reading