“In the Light of Amarna: 100 years of the Find of Nefertiti”, at Berlin’s Neues Museum

18 December 2012

6 December 1912 represents a memorable date for the archaeological exploration of Egypt. On that day, in the site of Tell el-Amarna on the East bank of of the Nile, 300 km South of Cairo, the polychrome bust of queen Nefertiti was discovered. One century later, an exhibition at Berlin’s Neues Museum sheds new light […]

At Palazzo Forti in Verona, a new Opera museum: AMO

12 July 2012

Looking ahead to next year’s centenary of the Museo Teatrale alla Scala, it comes as good news for the Italian cultural scene that in Verona, within the medieval Palazzo Forti, former Napoleon residence currently hosting the civic Modern Art museum, a new Opera museum has been inaugurated a few weeks ago. Pictures displayed in this […]