Since January 2015, I cooperate with some on line Magazines, making multilingual press reports (articles, interviews and photographic services) on International cultural and environmental events. I took part to the following
events, among the others: the Montecarlo Film Festival de la Comédie (February 2015); the inauguration of the reproduction of the sculpture "David" by Michaelangel on the Promenade du Paillon in Nice, in the presence
of Mr Christian Estrosi, Mayor of Nice, and of Mrs Serena Lippi, Italian General Consul in Nice (March 2015); the presentation of the "PeaceforSeas" Project promoted by Mme Helga Piaget at the Hotel Fairmont in Montecarlo (May 2015);
the International Conference on Nuclear Weapons and Human Security organised by the International Institute of Humanitarian law of Sanremo (June 2015); the presentation of the futuristic Opera “Death and the Powers” by Professor Tod Machover
within the framework of the Fifth Anniversary of the Monegasque Cultural Association “Futurum”, chaired by Madame Kawther Al Abood(July 2015); the 38th Round Table, promoted by the International Institute of Humanitarian Law (IIHL),
starting a debate on: “The distinction between international and non-international armed conflicts: challenges for the international humanitarian law (IHL)?” (September 2015).
On the basis of specific communication
and graphic skills, learned over the years, I organised some artistic and cultural events and set up thematic exhibitions, using the more modern techniques which combine multi-sensorial itineraries, historical, cultural and musical references able to lead
the visitors to a real “journey” to discover unknown sides of real life.
I recall, as an example, the recent art
exhibition entitled: "From the Middle East to the Italian Renaissance… Arts meet up in Bordighera" dedicated to the pictorial models by Elvio Abbati, where you could enjoy both wooden table plans, inspired by the Italian Renaissance Stone Painting,
and paintings inspired by the real Middle-eastern life style in Syria. That “journey” was pleasantly accompanied by some genuine classical Arabic music and some scents of spices, mint tea and Damascene rose, recreated for the occasion.
The exhibition received a broad support from the visitors.
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