The 23-year lost is back

Gustav Klimt’s “Portrait of a Lady” (1917) will finally be unveiled to the public this October at the Museum Of Rome in Palazzo Braschi. The portrait was initiallly set to be exhibited earlier, but the opening was delayed due to the pandemic. The legendary art work will be exhibited for the first time following its dramatic discovery in 2019, within the walls of the gallery … Continue reading The 23-year lost is back

Hemmerle Harmony bangle turned 30

Hemmerle celebrated the 30th anniversary of the Harmony bangle.First created in 1991, Harmony has since become a truly iconic piece of the Maison and a must for jewelry collectors. Harmony bangle is an out-of-time piece. Its minimalistic shape looks modern but makes one think of archaic ornaments. It is basic and constant, and at the same time, is an object of endless experiments of designers … Continue reading Hemmerle Harmony bangle turned 30

Art exhibitions in Rome, fall 2021

An exhibition – The Yōkai Parade – is on display at The Japanese Institute of Culture in Rome. The show tells the history of Yōkai – supernatural creatures of Japanese mythology, spirits, and ghosts embodying the forces of nature. Originating in Japanese culture around 1000 years ago, these exotic monsters have been traveling from ancient scrolls to modern anime and manga eventually becoming an ordinary part of … Continue reading Art exhibitions in Rome, fall 2021

3rd Issue. Letter from the Editor-in-chief, Christina Rusu

Dear readers, despite all the difficulties and the unstable situation of the whole world, spring has come. And with this season, comes a glimmer of hope. I find it difficult to choose words to summarize or outline plans, so I want to share another idea: I want to call you to love! Take care of yourself, love yourself, listen to yourself! Remember that everything starts … Continue reading 3rd Issue. Letter from the Editor-in-chief, Christina Rusu

Exquisitely noble Christmas gifts from Editor-in-chief

Gifts are a way of expressing your feelings, showing attention and care, and most importantly they can leave an authentic aftertaste of someone’s personality. The right thing given in a certain manner can be more eloquent than a cheesy phrase. I am among those who often end up finding it easier to express feelings and care with deeds, rather than words. If you think about … Continue reading Exquisitely noble Christmas gifts from Editor-in-chief

Christian Marasca as the Commander-in-chief of the Dessert Revolution in Rome

Today Christian Marasca is regarded as one of the most prestigious in the Pastry Chef world, and many connoisseurs choose the restaurant Zia exactly for that. The conclusion of a meal comes with a feeling of complete balance and satisfaction, a very nice bonus to an already exclusive experience. His French technique is visible tout de suite, enriched by an Italian taste in the fillings. It will … Continue reading Christian Marasca as the Commander-in-chief of the Dessert Revolution in Rome