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According to the Italian art historian, only a minority is pro-Russian in her country – a legacy of the old anti-American and anti-Semitic communism

– On 17 May, the Lithuanian Society of Art Historians will unveil in Vilnius stumbling stones to five Jewish artists who were exterminated by the Nazis – Liza Daiches, Bencion Michtom, Fania (Uma) Olkienicka-Lerer, Rachel (Roza) Suckever-Ušajeva, and Jacob Šeras.… Leggi tutto »According to the Italian art historian, only a minority is pro-Russian in her country – a legacy of the old anti-American and anti-Semitic communism

A Difficult Heritage. The Afterlife of Fascist-Era Architecture, Monuments and Works of Art in Italy

Symposium, Bibliotheca Hertziana, American Academy, Rome, March 11-12, 2019 In dialogue with Dell Upton In the controversial article published in 2017 in “The New Yorker”, the American historian Ruth Ben-Ghiat poses a disquieting question: “So why is it that, as the… Leggi tutto »A Difficult Heritage. The Afterlife of Fascist-Era Architecture, Monuments and Works of Art in Italy

Contro l’idolatria

Corrado Cagli – Folgorazioni e mutazioni, cat. mostra, Palazzo Cipolla, Roma, 8 novembre 2019 – 6 gennaio 2020, Silvana Editoriale, Milano. (a cura di) Bruno Corà Come mai il Consiglio comunale di Gottinga decide di erigere, in tempi non sospetti, un’opera… Leggi tutto »Contro l’idolatria