Rembrandt and Morandi: a “distancing closeness” at the Uffizi Gallery

11 January 2013

Though separated by three centuries, Rembrandt and Giorgio Morandi find themselves side-to-side at the Uffizi, for the winter exhibition of the Cabinet of Drawings and Prints. Forty engravings, equally divided between the two authors, once again attest to the influence of the Dutch painter on the Bologna born artist. The miracle of closeness, or better […]

At Zurich’s Kunsthaus, the rare graphic works by Paul Gauguin

16 October 2012

For some artists, especially those from the recent past, success looks more like a punishment: they are exploited and trivialised by the art business, and their exhibitions are unbearably overcrowded. Sometimes though, one has the chance to enjoy their work in a different milieu, more private and authentic. This happens today in Zurich, where the local […]