Time travel with Ippolito Caffi at The Sinebrychoff Art Museum

"The painter Ippolito Caffi, born in Belluno, Venetian by adoption, decided to capture some important events through the veduta technique, along an impeccable perfection of the use of perspective, a surreal portrayal of lights which give gives everyone the feeling to immerse in the past at the only encountering with his paintings. He has succeeded in eternalizing the magnificent moments that happened both in Italy and in some other cities such as Istanbul, Athens, Cairo. Sinebrychoffin Art Museum in Helsinki is hosting, until May 27, some of his works, from the collection of Fondazione Musei Civici di Venezia . Ca' Pesaro - Galleria Internazionale d'Arte Moderna "

My First Feminist Festival Experience in Russia // La mia prima esperienza ad un festival femminista in Russia

In italiano a seguire. Рёбра Евы / Eve's Ribs organized a Feminist Festival in Saint Petersburg at the end of September 2017. “One woman out of three in the world is a victim of sexual and/or domestic violence. Last year, President Vladimir Putin approves legal changes that decriminalize some domestic violence. I think what Eve’s Ribs proposed was an excellent initiative that should be organized and spread globally. Through art, we can change the world, educate people, and inspire people around us to become stronger believers in justice. “ Рёбра Евы / Eve's Ribs ha organizzato lo scorso settembre un festival femminista a San Pietroburgo. “Nel mondo una donna su tre è vittima di violenza sessuale e/o domestiche. In Russia, nel 2017, il presidente Vladimir Putin ha cambiato la legge dove decriminalizza alcune violenze domestiche. Credo che quello che Eve´s Ribs ha proposto è stata un´ottima iniziativa che necessita di maggiore divulgazione. Attraverso l´arte possiamo cambiare il mondo, possiamo informare, possiamo rendere migliore chi ci sta intorno.”

Multicultural Finland Independence Day #Mippi100: It would have been a memorable event if../ Sarebbe stato un evento indimenticabile se non..

On last December 6, Finland celebrated its 100 years of Independence. Many monuments in Helsinki and around the world were lit up in blue to commemorate the Scandinavian state. There were many events,  parties and dinners in the Finnish towns. Finnish citizens, residents, and tourists had a different light in their eyes. It was a warm day of festivity, with a predominant use of the blue and white colours, in tribute to the Finnish flag. In addition, the snow finally decided to arrive.
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