In a letter to his wife Abigail, John Adams was writing about the unanimous vote on July 2nd that declared independence from Great Britain. But with the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on July 4th, that day became the de facto day of celebration with “illuminations” instead.
Emiliano Salci is the co-founder of DIMORESTUDIO and DIMOREGALLERY, two societies he created with his partner Britt Moran, an American interior designer from Georgia. Salci was born in Arezzo, Tuscany. Both of their families manufactured furniture – but this has little to do with their talents. Salci and Moran met in 2003 and soon after they created DIMORESTUDIO in Milan. Emiliano Salci is an interior designer and architect, a furniture and antiques collector, and also an art enthusiast and a painting lover – he is especially fond of those classical paintings you can find in the area of Arezzo which is the birthplace of Piero della Francesca.
The Leaders Council of Great Britain and Northern Ireland is currently in the process of talking to leadership figures from across the nation in an attempt to understand this universal trait and what it means in Britain and Northern Ireland today.
German floods damage archives, soaking historic documents in mud
There is a growing consensus amongst professionals in the art world that formal education is
needed in order to create a more transparent sector with better standards of governance.
This need was accelerated during the COVID-19 pandemic as a boom in digital artworks,
little understood by advisors and collectors, flipped the industry on its head.
RADICAL MATERIALIST Sir Anthony Cragg is a British sculptor. The 2004 Turner-prize award winner has lived in Wuppertal, West Germany, since 1977. His current exhibition is at Houghton Hall, a beautiful Palladian house in Norfolk.
When prompted to imagine 19th-century furnishings, many folks likely picture the highly carved, ornate, and massive items of the Victorian era. Few would likely imagine Biedermeier, the German and Austrian style known for simplicity, symmetry, and affordability. And yet, it is arguably one of the most innovative design styles of its time.