The Michelangelo Exhibition is currently open at Denver Pavilions located in Downtown Denver. The museum-quality exhibition will be held at the location next to H&M, the same location that formerly housed the DaVinci Machines Exhibition. This is the first time the exhibit has ever been shown in North America. The Michelangelo Exhibition, on lo...

  WTI Magazine #77    2016 March 18Author : Giulia Carletti     Translation by:   A long corridor to pass, then a magnificent spectacle. The Sistine Chapel is one of the most iconic buildings in the world, as well as a powerful work of art. The Chapel is 40.23 meters long, 13.40 meters wide, and 20.70 meters high (about 132 by 44 by 68 feet) and...

Maestro Francesco Santoro, World-renowned Renaissance-style artist and art history scholar, will present a lecture and discussion on one of the greatest masters of the Renaissance: Michelangelo Buonarroti. Michelangelo was an Italian sculptor, painter, architect, and poet. He is known best for his Statue of David, and his painting on The Sisti...

The spirit of Michelangelo's "Pieta" sculpture is being felt this Easter weekend thousands of miles away from Vatican City - outside a Phoenix charity's dining hall. St. Vincent de Paul executive director Steve Zabilski said he expects more people than usual to sit before a replica of one of the Italian artist's most famous works.   Read mo...

Two thousand thirteen is the year of Italian Culture in the United States and Boston's Museum of Fine Arts is one organization that's undoubtedly on board with the initiative. Not only did the museum welcome the Roman bronze sculpture "Brutus" on January 18, but now the institution is also preparing to honor Michelangelo in a new exhibition. &nbs...

Reviewing Michelangelo's portraits, various conclusions could be inferred in relation to his hands. First of all, it is important to recall that the images may support the claim of the Master's left-handedness. Moreover, the hypothesis of gouty arthritis of the hands as the main cause of the pain in his hand can be dismissed, mainly because no...