IL SALONE DEL GUSTO E TERRA MADRE 2014. ALL ABOARD THE ARK OF TASTE
The Salone del Gusto and Terra Madre returns, from October 23rd to 27th, to the Lingotto Fiere and to the Oval. Ten is the number that goes with it; in fact in 2014, the tenth edition of the Salone del Gusto and ten years since the birth of Terra Madre occur. The topics on this edition are the Ark of Taste
, and family farming: the Ark
is one of Slow Food's most representative projects for the protection of biodiversity and family farms, and it goes on stage in the year that FAO celebrates it around the world.
RUSSIAN AVANT-GARDE FROM THE COSTAKIS COLLECTION
For the first time in Italy, from the State Museum of Contemporary Art in Thessaloniki, a central component of the Russian avant-garde collection of George Costakis, the man who in the years immediately following the Second World War in Moscow methodically gathered evidence of Russian experimental art from the beginning of the century, saving it from destruction and oblivion. At Palazzo Chiablese from 3rd October to 15th February 2015.
Around 250 works by Roy Lichtenstein, the undisputed master of Pop Art, arrive in Italy for the first time thanks to the close collaboration with the Estate and the Roy Lichtenstein Foundation, as well as important loans from prestigious international museums such as the National Gallery in Washington, the Museum of Modern Art and the Whitney Museum in New York, the Art Institute of Chicago and from public and private Italian and European collections. From 27th September to 25th January 2015, at the GAM - Civic Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art.
ONCE UPON A TIME IN ITALY. THE CINEMA OF SERGIO LEONE
On the fiftieth anniversary of A Fistful of Dollars
, the exhibition, organized by the Museum of Cinema in collaboration with the Film Library of Bologna, traces all the work of Sergio Leone, from The Colossus of Rhodes
to the dollar
trilogy, right up to the big blockbusters of his maturity such as Once upon a time in the West
and Once upon a Time in America
. At the National Museum of Cinema in the Mole Antonelliana, from October 22nd to January 6th, 2015.
KNIGHTS, MAMLÛKS AND SAMURAI. WARRIORS’ ARMOURS FROM THE EAST AND THE WEST
From the collection of the Museum of Frederick Stibbert in Florence, magnificent Italian, German, Indian, Japanese and Islamic tradition armours, presented as works of art that compare different "worlds": the European, the Middle East and the equally refined Japanese Samurai one. At the Reggia of Venaria Reale, Sale delle Arti, from 25th October to 8th February 2015.