Sometimes free exhibitions are as interesting as ones you pay for. This is the case of three free exhibitions displayed in three different rooms at the Ashmolean museum in Oxford.
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The Museum Carlo Bilotti is located in the elegant edifice of the Orangery in the park of Villa Borghese. It is one of the many and interesting museums of the Municipality of Rome scattered around the capital, and is free of charge.
An enthralling survey of ancient myths is the central idea of Ovid’s exhibition at Scuderie del Quirinale in Rome.
A daring exhibition of Yayoi Kusama’s work at Victoria Miro Art Gallery.
The beautiful park and the edifices of Villa Torlonia in via Nomentana in Rome is an unmissable place in the tour of the capital.
Views of different countries combining practical observations and ideal visions are the focus of two major exhibitions occurring in Rome: Turner: work from Tate and Hiroshige: visions from Japan.
Florence has plenty of art masterpieces and so many world renowned museums and churches to visit that it is hard to find the time to see something different when you are there. Textiles and fashion are the other strong trademarks of the city whose fortunes are linked to commerce and banking since the Middle Ages.
Carla Scarano looks at poems by Valerie Lynch that explore relationships and experiences across the whole of life
Carla Scarano considers a poetic biography imagined by Antony Christie
Carla Scarano considers a collection of ekphrastic poetry by William Bedford
Carla Scarano feels the power with which Fiona Benson’s poetry tackles dark themes
Carla Scarano reviews a serious and uncompromising new collection from Steve Rudd