Art & Culture (le cose belle)

Review: Dalí at the Vittoriano

A blockbuster beginning to the spring museum season in Rome, the recently opened Dalí exhibition at the Vittoriano takes the novel, if not completely convincing, approach of presenting Italy as a shaping force in his work. It is a chaotic, vibrant, information-heavy exhibition that above all seeks to establish strong links between Dalí’s personal life … Continue reading


Review: Steve McCurry at MACRO Testaccio

Steve McCurry, renowned American photojournalist most famous for “Afghan Girl”, a startling portrait named the most recognized photograph in the history of National Geographic, deserves his reputation as one of the leading photographers of our times. It feels a shame to see his output reserved in the public consciousness to this one photograph; McCurry’s body … Continue reading