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The Darmo Art Prize 2024

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Announcing the Darmo Art Prize 2024: A Gateway to International Recognition for Emerging Artists Introduction The Luxury Bocconi Student Society (LBSS) is delighted to unveil the ethereal realm of the Darmo Art Prize 2024, a shimmering beacon illuminating the path for emerging artists across the globe. With the delicate brushstrokes of passion and the bold […]

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The National Trust

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Commitment to Heritage As Europe’s largest conservation charity, the UK’s National Trust plays a key role in preserving Britain’s heritage, opening up many stately homes, castles, and industrial monuments to the public as well as gardens and coastal paths. As a result, the charity looks after nearly a million artworks and is committed to conserving […]

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TAMARA DE LEMPICKA: the symbol of a revolution

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Right after the first world war, a renovated sentiment of spirited vitality moved the bourgeoisie of the western world. A desire to erase the horrors of the global conflict, live in dissoluteness, abandoning the self to frivolity and drowning in luxury.  The sumptuous parties of the bored Gatsby, the agitated moves of the Charleston dancers […]

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Two words: Las Vegas

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 Its lights out and away we go in the notorious Las Vegas, the city that never sleeps. But this time, the gamble did not take place in one of the many casinos present in the Nevada city, but on its streets. Indeed, the motorsport has returned to Vegas after more than forty years: previously held […]

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Marina Abramović’s Fashion

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You’ve probably already heard of her: Marina Abramović, a pioneering performance artist that has revolutionized art by using her body to explore the limits of physical and mental endurance. Her work, often controversial and provocative, delves into themes of pain and presence. Her popularity and influence extend beyond the art world, intersecting with fashion and […]

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Maxi Bags, the New It Accessories

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The bigger, the better!  Last year, the prevailing fashion statement was “the smaller, the better.” It led to the creation of mini bags that were intentionally downsized to the point of impracticality, making it nearly impossible to carry anything substantial. Perhaps you’ve come across TikTok videos like “What can I fit in my mini bag?” […]

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A MULTIFACETED ARTIST: SALVADOR DALÍ

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Salvador Dalí is known for being one of the most avant-garde artists of the 20th century and generally throughout Western history. He took part in the Surrealist movement, founded by André Breton in 1924. This current had the unconscious as its engine of development, studied for the first time by Sigmund Freud, the father of […]