TRIESTE: On November 3rd “Sculpture in the collections of the Revoltella Museum. From Canova to the 21st century ”: a great exhibition to celebrate the Museum’s 150th anniversary

Founded in 1872 by the will of Baron Pasquale Revoltella, one of the most representative figures of imperial Trieste, who in his will decided to leave his palace and his vast art collection to the city, the Revoltella Museum is the oldest public gallery in Italy specifically dedicated to modern art. “A building of artistic … Read more

“The Islamophobic climate has pushed museums to produce an alternative discourse”


Diletta Guidi has just received the prize for the first book of the Chair of Studies on Religious Facts 2022, awarded by CERI-SciencesPo Paris for her book, ‘L’islam des musées. The staging of Islam in French cultural policies’. We publish here his interview granted this summer on the occasion of our double issue. LCDL: More … Read more

The Night of the Museums in Rome and the exhibition of the works of Luminita Taranu


Once the sumptuous reception halls of the Romanian Embassy in Italy have returned to courtly everyday life, we retrace the memorable moments of the evening of May 14, 2022 and the events held here on the occasion of the recurring annual Roman “Night of the Museums”. It happened that, for the first time in sixty … Read more