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It successfully follows the initiatives to support the new Reggio Emilia MIRE-Maternity and Childhood Hospital with the installation “Ninety artists for one flag”, event promoted by the no-profit association Curare Onlus, Ferrovie Dello Stato with the sponsorship of the City of Reggio Emilia in order to raise funds for building the new hospital, which will be opened on Saturday 4th July 2015 at 11 am in Reggio Emilia at the Mediopadana High Velocity Railway Station. The happening – running through 31st October 2015 – will feature the works by Eugenio Carmi, Tommaso Cascella, Giuliano Della Casa, Gianfranco Notargiacomo and Wainer Vaccari – that are part of a a wide art project, curated by the art historian and critic Sandro Parmiggiani, presented in many Italian Musems and told by a catalogue(Corsiero Editions), where ninety artists gave a work they made which reinterprets the iconography of flag – and also will be Luca Vecchi, the Reggio Emilia major, the powerful and brilliant Deanna Ferretti Veroni who is the President of Curare Onlus and the railway engineer Christian Colaneri. A not to be missed event joining art and a laudable purpose.

ARTE & UNA LODEVOLE FINALITÀ: L’ INSTALLAZIONE “NOVANTA ARTISTI PER UNA BANDIERA” ALLA STAZIONE FERROVIARIA ALTA VELOCITÀ MEDIOPADANA DI REGGIO EMILIA

Deanna Ferretti Veroni along with Philippe Daverio showing the catalogue of Ninety artists for one flag

Deanna Ferretti Veroni along with Philippe Daverio showing the catalogue of Ninety artists for one flag

Proseguono felicemente le iniziative per sostenere il nuovo Ospedale MIRE- Maternità e Infanzia di Reggio Emilia con l’ installazione “Novanta artisti per una bandiera”, evento promosso dall’ Associazione no-profit Curare Onlus, Ferrovie Dello Stato con il patrocinio del Comune di Reggio Emilia al fine di raccogliere fondi per costruire questo ospedale, che sarà inaugurata sabato 4 luglio 2015 alle ore 11:00 presso la Stazione Ferroviaria Alta Velocità Mediopadana di Reggio Emilia. Protagoniste dell’ happening – che proseguirà fino al 31 ottobre 2015 – le opere di Eugenio Carmi, Tommaso Cascella, Giuliano Della Casa, Gianfranco Notargiacomo e Wainer Vaccari – che sono parte di un ampio progetto, curato dallo storico e critico d’ arte Sandro Parmiggiani, presentato in vari Musei d’ Italia e raccontato da un catalogo(Corsiero Editore), in cui novanta artisti hanno donato una loro opera che reinterpreta l’ iconografia della bandiera – e saranno anche presenti Luca Vecchi, il sindaco di Reggio Emilia, la poderosa e brillante Deanna Ferretti Veroni che è il Presidente di Curare Onlus e l’ ingegnere ferroviario Christian Colaneri. Un evento imperdibile che unisce l’ arte e una lodevole finalità.

www.curareonlus.it

 

A sculpture at the Giovanni Menada's studio, photo by N

A sculpture at the Giovanni Menada’s studio, photo by N

I recently met Giovanni Menada, vibrant and eclectic artist, sculptor, considering himself as a smith, being also visual artist and jewelry designer and I visited his studio in Reggio Emilia. Experimentation, use of different materials and objects in an unusual way under the sign of surreal suggestions, lightness and irony is part of his poetry. The delicacy and lightness shines and is embodied in the metal – silver and gold -, turned into smashing jewelry, unique pieces that are included in a kind of painted box which features a female silhouette and become genuine artworks. The butterflies and fishes (evoking the name of a work he made, “A fish outside of water” and also the Pisces, his zodiac sign) are elements recurring in his work, making concrete his love for nature and their little hosts. The face, hands, eyes like the dish containing the soup and its eye (reminding me another eye, “Story of the eye” by Georges Bataille) become totemic representations on paper or metal, made by using the repoussage technique. It completes this enchanting display of artworks a series of harms, sculpture made of pneumatic rubber. It was an awesome experience to see the chaos moving of Giovanni’s studio, that chaos I love, talking about energy, creativity, emotions and art and poetry.

I VOLTI, LE BRACCIA, I PESCI, LE FARFALLE E LE ALTRE MERAVIGLIE DI GIOVANNI MENADA

Giovanni Menada, photo by N

Giovanni Menada, photo by N

Ho recentemente incontrato Giovanni Menada, vibrante ed eclettico artista, scultore che si considera un fabbro, artista visuale e designer di gioielli ed ho visitato il suo studio a Reggio Emilia. Sperimentazione, uso di differenti materiali e oggetti in modo insolito all’ insegna di suggestioni surreali, leggerezza e ironia è parte della sua poetica. La delicatezza e leggerezza splende ed è racchiusa in metallo – argento e oro – mutate in formidabili gioielli, pezzi unici che sono inclusi in una sorta di scatola dipinta che contiene un disegno di donna e diventano autentiche opere d’ arte. Le farfalle ed i pesci (che evocano il nome di una sua opera, “Un pesce fuor d’ acqua” ed anche del suo segno zodiacale) sono elementi che ricorrono nel suo lavoro, il quale concretizza il suo amore per la natura e i suoi piccoli ospiti. Il viso, Le mani, gli occhi come la pentola che contiene il brodo e il suo occhio (il quale mi ricorda un’ altro occhio, “La storia dell’ occhio” di Georges Bataille) diventano totemiche rappresentazioni su carta o metallo, realizzate avvalendosi della tecnica a sbalzo. Completa questa incantevole rassegna di opere d’ arte una serie di braccia, sculture realizzate con la gomma degli pneumatici. È stata una fantastica esperienza vedere il caos in movimento dello studio di Giovanni, quel caos che amo e che parla di energia, creatività, emozioni, arte e poesia.

Giovanni Menada, watercolor on paper

Giovanni Menada, watercolor on paper

 

Giovanni Menada, watercolor on paper

Giovanni Menada, watercolor on paper

 

Giovanni Menada, the prototype of a necklace and its container/work of art

Giovanni Menada, the prototype of a necklace and its container/work of art

 

Art and jewelry by Giovanni Menada, photo by N

Art and jewelry by Giovanni Menada, photo by N

 

Art and jewelry by Giovanni Menada, photo by N

Art and jewelry by Giovanni Menada, photo by N

 

Art and jewelry by Giovanni Menada, photo by N

Art and jewelry by Giovanni Menada, photo by N

 

Art and jewelry by Giovanni Menada, photo by N

Art and jewelry by Giovanni Menada, photo by N

 

Art and jewelry by Giovanni Menada, photo by N

Art and jewelry by Giovanni Menada, photo by N

 

Giovanni Menada, photo by N

Giovanni Menada, photo by N

 

Details featuring in the Giovanni Menada's Studio, photo by N

Details featuring in the Giovanni Menada’s Studio, photo by N

 

Details, a sculpture bringer of luck featuring in the Giovanni Menada's Studio, photo by N

Details, a sculpture bringer of luck featuring in the Giovanni Menada’s Studio, photo by N

 

Giovanni's desk featuring his grandpa and his father along with other little fetishes and photographs, photo by N

Giovanni’s desk featuring his grandpa and his father along with other little fetishes and photographs, photo by N

 

Giovanni Menada

Giovanni Menada

 

 

Giovanni Menada, photo by N

Giovanni Menada, photo by N

 

Giovanni Menada, photo by N

Giovanni Menada, photo by N

 

Giovanni Menada, the soup and its eye, photo by N

Giovanni Menada, the soup and its eye, photo by N

 

The eye of soup, photo by  Giovanni Menada

The eye of soup, photo by Giovanni Menada

 

Giovanni Menada, photo by N

Giovanni Menada, photo by N

 

Giovanni Menada, photo by N

Giovanni Menada, photo by N

 

Giovanni Menada, photo by N

Giovanni Menada, photo by N

 

Giovanni Menada and me, photo by N

Giovanni Menada and me, photo by N

 

Giovanni Menada, photo by N

Giovanni Menada, photo by N

 

Giovanni Menada, photo by N

Giovanni Menada, photo by N

 

 

Giovanni Menada, photo by N

Giovanni Menada, photo by N

 

 

A new day in Reggio Emilia starting with the camellias, photo by N

A new day in Reggio Emilia starting with the camellias, photo by N

My Epicurean adventures in Reggio Emilia successfully followed, before going to Modena for attending as panelist at the National Conference concerning “La televisione è di moda”, exhibition curated by Stefano Dominella and organized in collaboration with the Association Modenaamoremio which was held at the San Carlo Theatre.

The Duomo of Reggio Emilia, photo by N

The Duomo of Reggio Emilia, photo by N

The City of Reggio Emilia offices, photo by N

The City of Reggio Emilia offices, photo by N

 

 

Reggio Emilia, photo by N

Reggio Emilia, photo by N

 

Reggio Emilia ( I like the colors of this old building), photo by N

Reggio Emilia ( I like the colors of this old building), photo by N

 

The Eastern eggs from the Reggio Emilia Casa del Miele, photo by N

The Easter eggs from the Reggio Emilia Casa del Miele, photo by N

 

The Eastern egg from the Reggio Emilia Casa del Miele, photo by N

The Easter egg from the Reggio Emilia Casa del Miele, photo by N

 

The Easter eggs an other chocolate suggestions by the Casa del Miele, photo by N

The Easter eggs an other chocolate suggestions by the Casa del Miele, photo by N

 

Old suggestions on the road, photo by N

Old suggestions on the road, photo by N

 

Flowers on the road, photo by N

Flowers on the road, photo by N

 

This time I enjoyed one of my favorite dishes, meat and potatoes or rather French fries at the nice restaurant B.B.B., reinterpreting the American dishes. After a short visit the Reggio Emilia high velocity railway station, high impact architecture as well as its bridges, like the Calatrava bridges, I came to Modena. Here I attended  along with a group of experts – Monica Bolzoni, Silvia Menabue, Stefano Dominella, Stefano PrampoliniAntonio Franceschini, the National Secretary of CNA Federmoda and Alberto De Mizio,Dean of Modena Arts institute Cattaneo Deledda – at the National Conference which was focused on the theme of fashion and television.

The Reggio Emilia B.B.B restaurant, photo by N

The Reggio Emilia B.B.B restaurant, photo by N

 

A delicious starter made of pumpkin at the Reggio Emilia B.B.B restaurant, photo by N

A delicious starter made of pumpkin at the Reggio Emilia B.B.B restaurant, photo by N

Mini-hamburgers and french fries, photo by N

Mini-hamburgers and french fries, photo by N

It seems like an unusual combination, to join fashion and television, the theme of exhibition which explored the connection of a fashion house, Gattinoni, to the celebrities, actresses and tv personas who featured in it since its existence as Mina, Delia Scala, Francesca Dellera, Anna Valle and many others. It was an exhibition which paid homage to yesterday suggestions, which made me think about something it almost does not exist anymore. The ways of communicating changed. I think – considering my experience as fashion blogger and professor – about the web, though there is not primacy of web over television, as one means don’t exclude the other. Tv is a channel of communication – as fashion – which represented and represents today the “Volksgeist”, the “Spirit of people” in a certain time and place. Yesterday, it also emancipated people from illiteracy in Italy and has been bringer of culture. They were other times. Today things changed. The way of making television is really changed and today especially is more empty, trash-chic and less refined, except few exceptions confirming the rule of trash-chic, but TV still today is bringer of suggestions and influences affecting the popular culture (It’s goodness or not, that is not the core of issue. These are considerations concerning ethic, aesthetics and mainstream values, though TV has affected them very much). The exhibition has the merit to draw the connection between fashion and television, emphasized by Gattinoni during the years and also host the work made by the students from the Cattaneo Deledda Art Institute, inspired to the creations by Gattinoni, a laudable idea to train the students of a high school. It was a nice chance to talk about fashion, its culture, training and industry in Modena, city being a vibrant fashion district.

photo by N

photo by N

 

 

EPICUREISMO & CULTURA TRA REGGIO EMILIA E MODENA

Amica chips moment (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oUn4-6huLOM), photo by N

Amica chips moment (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oUn4-6huLOM), photo by N

Le mie avventure epicuree a Reggio Emilia sono felicemente proseguite prima di recarmi a Modena per partecipare da relatrice al Convegno Nazionale inerente la “La televisione è di moda”, mostra curata da Stefano Dominella e organizzata in collaborazione con l’ Associazione Modenaamoremio che si è tenuta presso il Teatro San Carlo.

photo by N

photo by N

Stavolta ho assaporato una delle mie pietanze preferite, la carne e le patate o meglio le patatine fritte al simpatico ristorante B.B.B. che reinterpreta le pietanze americane. Dopo una breve visita alla stazione ferroviaria dell’ alta velocità di Reggio Emilia, architettura di grande impatto come i ponti, tra cui il Ponte di Calatrava, sono giunta a Modena. Ho ivi partecipato unitamente a un gruppo di esperti  – Monica Bolzoni, Silvia Menabue, Stefano Dominella, Stefano Prampolini, Antonio Franceschini, il Segretario Nazionale di CNA Federmoda e Alberto De Mizio, Preside dell’ Istituto d’ Arte di Modena Cattaneo Deledda – al Convegno Nazionale che verteva sul tema della moda e televisione.

The Reggio Emilia high velocity railway station, photo by N

The Reggio Emilia high velocity railway station, photo by N

 

The Calatrava bridge, photo by N

The Calatrava bridge, photo by N

Sembra una insolita combinazione unire moda e televisione, il tema della mostra che ha esplorato il legame di una casa di moda, Gattinoni, alle celebrità, attrici e personaggi televisivi di essa protagonisti sin dalla sua esistenza come Mina, Delia Scala, Francesca Dellera, Anna Valle e molti altri. Era una mostra che rendeva omaggio a suggestioni di ieri, che mi hanno fatto pensare a qualcosa che quasi non esiste più. I modi di comunicare sono cambiati. Mi riferisco – considerando la mia esperienza di fashion blogger e docente – al web, anche se non c’è primazia del web sulla televisione, poiché un mezzo non esclude l’ altro. La Tv è un canale di comunicazione – anche la moda lo è – che ha rappresentato e rappresenta oggi il “Volksgeist”, lo “Spirito del popolo” in un dato tempo e luogo. Ieri, in Italia, ha anche emancipato la gente dall’ analfabetismo ed è stato portatore di cultura. Erano altri tempi. Oggi le cose sono cambiate. Il modo di fare televisione è del tutto cambiato e specialmente oggi è più vuoto, trash-chic e per nulla raffinato, a esclusione di esigue eccezioni che confermano la regola del  trash-chic, ma la TV è ancora oggi portatrice di suggestioni e influenze che condizionano la cultura popolare (bontà o meno, non è questo il cuore del problema. Queste non considerazioni inerenti l’ etica, l’ estetica e i valori dominanti, benché la TV li abbia oltremodo influenzati). La mostra ha il merito di disegnare il legame tra la moda e televisione, enfatizzato da Gattinoni negli anni, come anche ospitare le opere realizzate dagli studenti dell’ Istituto d’ Arte Cattaneo Deledda, ispirandosi alle creazioni di Gattinoni, una lodevole idea per formare gli studenti di una scuola superiore. È stata una simpatica occasione per parlare di moda, della sua cultura, di formazione e industria a Modena, città che è un vibrante distretto di moda.

The Modena San Carlo theatre, photo by N

The Modena San Carlo theatre, photo by N

 

Me at the San Carlo Theatre, photo by N

Me at the San Carlo Theatre, photo by N

 

Monica Bolzoni, photo by N

Monica Bolzoni, photo by N

 

Stefano Dominella, photo by N

Stefano Dominella, photo by N

 

Stefano Prampolini and Antonio Franceschini, photo by N

Stefano Prampolini and Antonio Franceschini, photo by N

 

A charming man on canvas seeming like a relative of Franz Liszt, photo by Pietro Saporito

A charming man on canvas seeming like a relative of Franz Liszt, photo by Pietro Saporito

 

Franz Liszt

Franz Liszt

 

 

Pietro Saporito and me, photo by N

Pietro Saporito and me, photo by N

 

The San Carlo Church, photo by N

The San Carlo Church, photo by N

 

Me at the San Carlo Church, clothes by Gattinoni, photo by N

Me at the San Carlo Church, clothes by Gattinoni, photo by N

 

A like a prayer moment at the San Carlo Church, photo by Monica Bolzoni

A like a prayer moment at the San Carlo Church, photo by Monica Bolzoni

 

Clothes Gattinoni, photo by N

Clothes Gattinoni, photo by N

 

The clothes inspired by Gattinoni, made by the students from Modena Cattaneo Deledda art institute, photo by N

The clothes inspired by Gattinoni, made by the students from Modena Cattaneo Deledda art institute, photo by N

 

The clothes inspired by Gattinoni, made by the students from Modena Cattaneo Deledda art institute, photo by N

The clothes inspired by Gattinoni, made by the students from Modena Cattaneo Deledda art institute, photo by N

 

 

Erbazzone, one of the traditional versions, photo by N

Erbazzone, one of the traditional versions, photo by N

There are two things I discovered in Reggio Emilia, one is the Erbazzone, a kind of light savory tart filled with spinaches and other vegetables and the other is, something I usually don’t appreciate very much (and eat rarely), the sausage, but coming in this city I changed idea once I enjoyed the Culatello of Zibello, a leitmotiv of my marvelous stay in Reggio Emilia. The delights must be shared. And thus it has been. I enjoyed a fantastic dinner at the Arti e Mestieri restaurant with my friend Deanna Ferretti Veroni and Laura Lusuardi, Max Mara creative director, enchanting place where I continued to experience the goodness of Erbazzone and know its different versions. This was a less traditional version, lighter and more refined, made of fillo dough, dish accompanied by a delicious Gewürztraminer by Hofstätter I really appreciated very much as well as the trifle, a dessert I did not eat since a long ago. A smashing nocturnal interlude under the sign of sharing, lightness and Epicureism.

LE MIE FANTASTICHE AVVENTURE EPICUREE A REGGIO EMILIA

The garden of the Arti e mestieri restaurant, photo by N

The garden of the Arti e mestieri restaurant, photo by N

Ci sono due cose che ho scoperto a Reggio Emilia, uno è l’ Erbazzone, una sorta di torta salata ripiena di spinaci e altre verdure, l’ altra è invece qualcosa che solitamente non apprezzo molto(e consumo raramente),l’ insaccato, giungendo in questa città mi sono però ricreduta assaggiando il Culatello di Zibello, divenuto un leitmotiv della mia meravigliosa permanenza a Reggio Emilia. piaceri vanno condivisi. E così è stato. Ho gustato un fantastico pranzo al ristorante Arti e Mestieri con la mia amica Deanna Ferretti Veroni e Laura Lusuardi, direttore creativo di Max Mara, incantevole luogo in cui ho continuato a sperimentare la bontà dell’ Erbazzone e conoscere le sue diverse versioni. Questa era una versione meno tradizionale più leggera e raffinata, fatta di pasta fillo, pietanza accompagnata da un delizioso vino bianco, il Gewürztraminerdi Hofstätter da me oltremodo gradito come anche la zuppa inglese, un dessert che non assaporavo da tempo. Un formidabile interludio notturno all’ insegna della condivisione, leggerezza e dell’ epicureismo.

Laura Lusuardi and me, photo by Deanna Ferretti Veroni

Laura Lusuardi and me, photo by Deanna Ferretti Veroni

 

 

The version of Erbazzone by Arti e Mestieri restaurant, photo by N

The version of Erbazzone by Arti e Mestieri restaurant, photo by N

 

The trifle, photo by N

The trifle, photo by N

 

Zenzerina, The Ginger infusion mint flavored, photo by N

Zenzerina, The Ginger infusion mint flavored, photo by N

 

The shop window of Max Mara boutique placed in the same building of Arti and Mestieri restaurant, photo by N

The shop window of Max Mara boutique placed in the same building of Arti and Mestieri restaurant, photo by N

 

The Max Mara boutique placed in the same building of Arti and Mestieri restaurant, photo by N

The Max Mara boutique placed in the same building of Arti and Mestieri restaurant, photo by N

 

The Max Mara boutique placed in the same building of Arti and Mestieri restaurant, photo by N

The Max Mara boutique placed in the same building of Arti and Mestieri restaurant, photo by N

 

 

www.caffeartiemestieri.it

The knitwear maching, photo by N

The knitwear maching, photo by N

 My visit to the Modateca Deanna in Reggio Emilia followed and featured the knitwear machines, the many collections produced yesterday by Miss Deanna (as Armani knitwear, Kenzo, Adriennne Vittadini, Pour Toi, brand which evokes my adolescence and many others) as well as the menswear and womenswear collections of many renowned today and yesterday brands. A smashing place to lose oneself between colors and prints, textiles and embroideries. Here it is showcased creations that marked an age, precious means to observe fashion and draw new ideas and inspirations to make, create. A vibrant place to visit and come back to enjoy fashion culture.

CULTURA DELLA MODA: LA MIA VISITA ALLA MODATECA DEANNA (2)

The knitwear machine, photo by N

The knitwear machine, photo by N

La mia visita alla Modateca Deanna a Reggio Emilia è proseguita ed ha avuto quali protagoniste le macchine da maglieria, le plurime collezioni prodotte ieri da Miss Deanna (come la maglieria di Armani, Kenzo, Adriennne Vittadini, Pour Toi, brand che evoca la mia adolescenza e molti altri) come anche le collezioni di abbigliamento uomo e donna di plurimi rinomati marchi di ieri e di oggi. Un formidabile luogo per perdersi tra colori e stampe, tessuti e ricami. Ivi sono esposte creazioni che hanno segnato un’ epoca, preziosi strumenti per osservare la moda e trarre nuove idee e ispirazioni per fare, creare. Un vibrante luogo da visitare e in cui tornare per apprezzare la cultura della moda.

Deanna's knitwear machine, photo by N

Deanna’s knitwear machine, photo by N

 

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Pour Toi at Modateca Deanna, ohoto by N

Pour Toi at Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Pour Toi at Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Pour Toi at Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

 

Pour Toi at Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Pour Toi at Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Pour Toi at the Modateca Deanna, sweater I also own, memory of my adolescence photo by N

Pour Toi at the Modateca Deanna, sweater I also own, memory of my adolescence photo by N

 

Pour Toi at the Modateca Deanna, another memory from adolescence, my favorite t-shirt, the only difference is the color, the t-shirt  I wore at the age of 15 was black, photo by N

Pour Toi at the Modateca Deanna, another memory from adolescence, my favorite t-shirt, the only difference is the color, the t-shirt I wore at the age of 15 was black, photo by N

 

Pour Toi at the Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Pour Toi at the Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

I never appreciated since childhood the stuffed animal, but this one at the Modateca Deanna was so funny, photo by Jessica Carlini

I never appreciated since childhood the stuffed animal, but this one at the Modateca Deanna was so funny, photo by Jessica Carlini

 

A short break featuring, chocolate, coffee and Tognana porcelain from Seventies, photo by N

A short break at the Modateca Deanna featuring, chocolate, coffee and Tognana porcelain from Seventies, photo by N

 

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Deanna Ferretti Veroni

Deanna Ferretti Veroni

 

Me and the artwork by Salvatore Fiume, photo by Jessica Carlini

Me and the artwork by Salvatore Fiume, photo by Jessica Carlini

 

 

 

www.modatecadeanna.it

Modateca Deanna, photo N

Modateca Deanna, photo N

I recently visited the Modateca Deanna in Reggio Emilia, suggestive cathedral of fashion culture, owned by Deanna and Sonia Ferretti Veroni (mother and sister) which is where yesterday it was the renowned knitwear company Miss Deanna, established by the brilliant, powerful, dear friend Deanna Ferretti Veroni. It was an awesome experience to spend one day – and unfortunately is not been enough – to see the library of Modateca, crowded of artworks as the canvas by Salvatore Fiume and many others, enriching its rooms. Time stops when I am in library. Many books have draws my attention and naturally the fashion magazines. A successful experience, I highly recommend of doing to students and insiders for increasing their own culture.

CULTURA DELLA MODA:LA MIA VISITA ALLA MODATECA DEANNA(1)

The library crowded by works by Salvatore Fiume

The library crowded by works by Salvatore Fiume

Ho recentemente visitato la Modateca Deanna in Reggio Emilia, suggestiva cattedrale di cultura della moda, di proprietà di Deanna e Sonia Ferretti Veroni (madre e sorella) che è il luogo in cui ieri si trovava la rinomata azienda di maglieria Miss Deanna, fondata dalla brillante, poderosa, cara amica Deanna Ferretti Veroni. È stata una fantastica esperienza passare una giornata – e sfortunatamente non è abbastanza – vedere la biblioteca della Modateca, affollato di opere d’ arte quali le tele di Salvatore Fiume e molti altri che arricchiscono le sue stanze. Il tempo si ferma quando sono in biblioteca. Molti libri hanno catturato la mia attenzione e naturalmente i magazine di moda. Una felice esperienza che raccomando altamente di effettuare a studenti e addetti ai lavori per accrescere la loro cultura.

Salvatore Fiume, photo by N

Salvatore Fiume, photo by N

 

Books at the library, photo by N

Books at the library, photo by N

 

Books at the library, photo by N

Books at the library, photo by N

 

Wagner über alles, photo by N

Wagner über alles, photo by N

Ho recentemente visitato la Modateca Deanna in Reggio Emilia, suggestiva cattedrale di cultura della moda, di proprietà di Deanna e Sonia Ferretti Veroni (madre e sorella) che è il luogo in cui ieri si trovava la rinomata azienda di maglieria Miss Deanna, fondata dalla brillante, poderosa, cara amica Deanna Ferretti Veroni. È stata una fantastica esperienza passare una giornata – e sfortunatamente non è abbastanza – vedere la biblioteca della Modateca, affollato di opere d’ arte quali le tele di Salvatore Fiume e molti altri che arricchiscono le sue stanze. Il tempo si ferma quando sono in biblioteca. Molti libri hanno catturato la mia attenzione e naturalmente i magazine di moda. Una felice esperienza che raccomando altamente di effettuare a studenti e addetti ai lavori per accrescere la loro cultura.

Richard Wagner, photo by N

Richard Wagner, photo by N

 

Brunhilde on the stage, photo bt N

Brunhilde on the stage, photo by N

 

Wagner on stage, photo by N

Wagner on stage, photo by N

 

The library, photo by N

The library, photo by N

 

Sketches by Krizia, photo by N

Sketches by Krizia, photo by N

 

 

Krizia, photo by N

Krizia, photo by N

 

L. Fiume, photo by N

L. Fiume, photo by N

 

Simonetta Gianfelici, photo by N

Simonetta Gianfelici, photo by N

 

Catalogues of fashion shows, photo by N

Catalogues of fashion shows, photo by N

 

Catalogues of fashion shows, photo by N

Catalogues of fashion shows, photo by N

 

photo by N

photo by N

 

photo by N

photo by N

 

A smashing yesterday magazine ft. Uma Thurman on its cover, photo by N

A smashing yesterday magazine ft. Uma Thurman on its cover, photo by N

 

A magazine making me think about the one and only Roberta Valentini, photo by N

A magazine making me think about the one and only Roberta Valentini, photo by N

 

One of the first fashion magazines I read, photo by N

One of the first fashion magazines I read during my childhood, photo by N

 

I-D  magazine, photo by N

I-D magazine, photo by N

 

One my favorite magazines, photo by N

One of my favorite magazines which has the merit of having the name of a track by Led Zeppelin, photo by N

 

 

And inside Dazed and Confused, the aristocracy of underground: Genesis P-Orridge, seen by Luke Wilson, photo by N

And inside Dazed & Confused, the aristocracy of underground: Genesis P-Orridge, seen by Luke Wilson, photo by N

 

 

Words by Genesis P-Orridge, photo by N

Words by Genesis P-Orridge, photo by N

 

 

 

Genesis P-Orridge on Dazed & Confused, talking about changes and the cut-up by Burroughs and Gysin, photo by N

Genesis P-Orridge on Dazed & Confused, talking about changes and the cut-up by Burroughs and Gysin, photo by N

 

 

 

Me, myself and I at the library, photo by N

Me, myself and I at the library, photo by N

 

 

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Sacrario della Bandiera of Rome Complesso del Vittoriano, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Sacrario della Bandiera of Rome Complesso del Vittoriano, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

It was recently opened the exhibition “90 artisti per una bandiera” (“90 artists for a flag”) in Rome at the Sacrario della Bandiera of Complesso del Vittoriano, running through 31st January 2014, an initiative by the Curare Onlus no-profit association headed by Deanna Ferretti Veroni, focused on the support the rise of the Hospital for woman and child in Reggio Emilia, Panathlon Modena,  with the support of Presidency of Republic, the  Ministry of Defense, set up in collaboration with the City of Reggio Emilia, the General Staff of Defense, the Lazio Region, Rome province and City of Rome, curated by Graziano Parmeggiani. The exhibition – which has set up for the first time in Reggio Emilia in 2011 – features the works by 90 artists who reinterpreted the Italian flag, symbol of Italy’s Unity – including the fashion designer Antonio Marras along with Luca Alinari, Pat Andrea, Alberto Andreis, Assadour, Roberto Barni, Davide Benati, Gabriella Benedini, Domenico Bianchi, Alfonso Borghi, Danilo Bucchi, Enzo Cacciola, Giovanni Campus, Eugenio Carmi, Tommaso Cascella, Roberto Casiraghi, Bruno Ceccobelli, Bruno Chersicla, Andrea Chiesi, Pier Giorgio Colombara, Angelo Davoli, Sandro De Alexandris, Giuliano Della Casa, Enrico Della Torre, Lucio Del Pezzo, Fausto De Nisco, Marco Ferri, Ennio Finzi, Giosetta Fioroni, Laura Fiume, Attilio Forgioli, Antonio Freiles, Omar Galliani, Alessandro Gamba, Marco Gastini, Giorgio Griffa, Marco Grimaldi, Franco Guerzoni, Paolo Iacchetti, Marino Iotti, Emilio Isgrò, Riccardo Licata, Claudia Losi, Luigi Mainolfi, Elio Marchegiani, Mirco Marchelli, Umberto Mariani, Carlo Mastronardi, Iler Melioli, Giovanni Menada, Nino Migliori, Elisa Montessori, Pietro Mussini, Hidetoshi Nagasawa, Carlo Nangeroni, Giulia Napoleone, Gianfranco Notargiacomo, Nunzio, Claudio Olivieri, Tullio Pericoli, Lucia Pescador, Oscar Piattella, Pino Pinelli, Graziano Pompili, Concetto Pozzati, Mario Raciti, Bruno Raspanti, Jacopo Ricciardi, Leonardo Rosa, Ruggero Savinio, Antonio Seguí, Giovanni Sesia, Medhat Shafik, Tetsuro Shimizu, Aldo Spoldi, Mauro Staccioli, Tino Stefanoni, Guido Strazza, Ilario Tamassia, Nani Tedeschi, Wainer Vaccari, Valentino Vago, Walter Valentini, Paolo Valle, Wal, William Xerra, Gianfranco Zappettini -, created to be donated and sold for creating funds for the rise of hospital. A successful event which  featured the Minister of Regional Affairs and Autonomies Graziano DelRio and the Minister for Integration Cecile Kyenge.

 

“90 ARTISTI PER UNA BANDIERA”, ARTE PER UNA LODEVOLE FINALITÀ AL COMPLESSO DEL VITTORIANO DI ROMA

 

Antonio Marras, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Antonio Marras, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

È stata recentemente inaugurata was la mostra “90 artisti per una bandiera” a Roma  presso il Sacrario della Bandiera del Complesso del Vittoriano, che prosegue fino al 31gennaio 2014, una iniziativa ideate dall’ associazione no-profit Curare Onlus guidata da Deanna Ferretti Veroni – dedita a supportare la nascita dell’ Ospedale della Donna e del Bambino a Reggio Emilia -, Panathlon Modena, con il patronato della Presidenza della Repubblica, allestita in collaborazione con il Comune di Reggio Emilia, lo Stato Maggiore della Difesa, la Regione Lazio, la Provincia e il Comune di Roma, curata da Graziano Parmeggiani. La mostra – che è stata allestita per la prima volta a Reggio Emilia nel 2011 – ha quali protagoniste le opere donate da 90 artisti che hanno reinterpretato la bandiera italiana, simbolo dell’ Unità d’ Italia – che includono il fashion designer Antonio Marras unitamente a Luca Alinari, Pat Andrea, Alberto Andreis, Assadour, Roberto Barni, Davide Benati, Gabriella Benedini, Domenico Bianchi, Alfonso Borghi, Danilo Bucchi, Enzo Cacciola, Giovanni Campus, Eugenio Carmi, Tommaso Cascella, Roberto Casiraghi, Bruno Ceccobelli, Bruno Chersicla, Andrea Chiesi, Pier Giorgio Colombara, Angelo Davoli, Sandro De Alexandris, Giuliano Della Casa, Enrico Della Torre, Lucio Del Pezzo, Fausto De Nisco, Marco Ferri, Ennio Finzi, Giosetta Fioroni, Laura Fiume, Attilio Forgioli, Antonio Freiles, Omar Galliani, Alessandro Gamba, Marco Gastini, Giorgio Griffa, Marco Grimaldi, Franco Guerzoni, Paolo Iacchetti, Marino Iotti, Emilio Isgrò, Riccardo Licata, Claudia Losi, Luigi Mainolfi, Elio Marchegiani, Mirco Marchelli, Umberto Mariani, Carlo Mastronardi, Iler Melioli, Giovanni Menada, Nino Migliori, Elisa Montessori, Pietro Mussini, Hidetoshi Nagasawa, Carlo Nangeroni, Giulia Napoleone, Gianfranco Notargiacomo, Nunzio, Claudio Olivieri, Tullio Pericoli, Lucia Pescador, Oscar Piattella, Pino Pinelli, Graziano Pompili, Concetto Pozzati, Mario Raciti, Bruno Raspanti, Jacopo Ricciardi, Leonardo Rosa, Ruggero Savinio, Antonio Seguí, Giovanni Sesia, Medhat Shafik, Tetsuro Shimizu, Aldo Spoldi, Mauro Staccioli, Tino Stefanoni, Guido Strazza, Ilario Tamassia, Nani Tedeschi, Wainer Vaccari, Valentino Vago, Walter Valentini, Paolo Valle, Wal, William Xerra, Gianfranco Zappettini -, create per essere donate e vendute per creare fondi per la nascita dell’ ospedale. Un felice evento di cui sono stati protagonisti il Ministro degli Affari Regionali e delle Autonomie Graziano DelRio ed il Ministro per l’ Integrazione Cecile Kyenge.

Angelo Davoli, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Angelo Davoli, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

 Sacrario della Bandiera, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Sacrario della Bandiera, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

 Sacrario della Bandiera, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Sacrario della Bandiera, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

 

 Sacrario della Bandiera, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Sacrario della Bandiera, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

 

 

 Sacrario della Bandiera, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Sacrario della Bandiera, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

 

 Sacrario della Bandiera, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Sacrario della Bandiera, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

 

photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Nunzio, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

 

photo by Giorgio Miserendino

photo by Giorgio Miserendino

 

 

Carlo Mastronardi, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Carlo Mastronardi, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

 

The smashing Deanna Ferretti Veroni, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The smashing Deanna Ferretti Veroni, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

 

The Minister Cecile Kyenge, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The Minister Cecile Kyenge, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

 

The Minister Cecile Kyenge, Deanna Ferretti Veroni and the Minister Graziano Delrio, photo by Giorgio Miserendino
The Minister Cecile Kyenge, Deanna Ferretti Veroni and the Minister Graziano Delrio, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

 

 

The Minister Cecile Kyenge, Deanna Ferretti Veroni and the Minister Graziano Delrio, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The Minister Cecile Kyenge, Deanna Ferretti Veroni and the Minister Graziano Delrio, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

 

 

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Antonio Marras, photo by C. Vannini

Antonio Marras, photo by C. Vannini

It will be opened on 2nd June 2013 in Modena at the Military Academy, the exhibition “90 artists for a flag”, running through 30th June 2013 and featuring the interpretation of Italian flag made by 90 renowned artists, creatives as Nunzio, Luca Alinari, Antonio Marras and many others a laudable event ideated by the CuraRe Onlus, no-profit association headed by the darling, brilliant and powerful Deanna Ferretti Veroni who is working incisively and efficiently to promote and support the rise of a necessary structure of excellence, the Hospital for the mother and children in Reggio Emilia.

“90 ARTISTI PER UNA BANDIERA” A CURA DI CURARE ONLUS ALL’ ACCADEMIA MILITARE DI MODENA

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Sarà inaugurata il 2 giugno 2013 a Modena presso l’ Accademia Militare, la mostra “90 artisti per una bandiera” che prosegue fino al 30giugno 2013 e di cui è protagonista l’ interpretazione della bandiera italiana realizzata da 90 rinomati artisti, creativi quali Nunzio, Luca Alinari, Antonio Marras e molti altri. Un lodevole evento ideato da CuraRe Onlus, associazione no-profit guidata dalla cara, brillante e poderosa Deanna Ferretti Veroni che sta lavorando in modo incisivo ed efficace per promuovere e sostenere la nascita di una necessaria struttura di eccellenza, l’ Ospedale per la madre e il bambino a Reggio Emilia.

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INVITO 2 GIUGNO

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It will be held on 25th January 2013 at 6:00 pm at the Reggio Emilia Sala Conferenze del Vescovado the charity lottery, event ideated by CuraRE Onlus, no-profit association created by the brilliant Deanna Ferretti Veroni –  which promotes meetings and events in order to encourage the involvement of community and make a dream come true, to create the Reggio Emilia Woman and child Hospital, a centre of excellence in the neonatal, pediatric, obstetrical and gynaecologic realm – featuring as prize an artwork, “Paesaggio di pittura”, made by the artist Marino Iotti and given to the CuraRE Onlus association (during his latest exhibition which has opened on 6th December 2012 in Reggio Emilia at the Banca Albertini Syz & C Spa). The ticket of lottery amounts to Euros 25,00 and is available for purchase at the Banca Albertini Syz & C Spa (phone number: 052245921) or directely at the CuraRe Onlus association (phone number: 3428098898; email info@curareonlus.it). A not to be missed happening for supporting a laudable initiative.

UN EVENTO DI BENEFICENZA A REGGIO EMILIA DI CURARE ONLUS PER FAR DIVENTARE REALTÀ UN SOGNO 

Paesaggio di pittura by Marino Iotti

Paesaggio di pittura by Marino Iotti

Si terrà il 25gennaio 2013 alle ore 18:00 presso la Sala Conferenze del Vescovado di Reggio Emilia la lotteria, evento ideato da CuraRE Onlus, associazione no-profit creata dalla brillante Deanna Ferretti Veroni – che promuove incontri ed eventi al fine di incoraggiare il coinvolgimento della comunità e far diventare realtà un sogno, creare l’ Ospedale della Donna e del Bambino di Reggio Emilia, un centro di eccellenza in ambito neonatale, pediatrico, ostetrico e ginecologico -, di cui sarà protagonista quale premio un’ opera d’ arte, “Paesaggio di pittura”, realizzata dall’ artista Marino Iotti e donata all’ associazione CuraRE Onlus (in occasione della sua ultima mostra che è stata inaugurata il 6 dicembre 2012 a Reggio Emilia presso la Banca Albertini Syz & C Spa). Il biglietto della lotteria costa 25,00 Euro ed é disponibile per l’ acquisto presso la Banca Albertini Syz & C Spa (telefono: 052245921) o direttamente presso l’ associazione CuraRe Onlus (telefono: 3428098898; email: info@curareonlus.it). Un evento imperdibile per sostenere una lodevole iniziativa.

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