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​​​​​​​​​Alessandra Pozzi​​
I live and work in Milan. 
I'm a journalist, press officer and Professor of Art Communication, department of Cultural Heritage (Milan, University). In 2014, I foundet with my sister Patrizia Pozzi, Landscape architect, ​​​​​​MILANO GREEN POINT, Center for the culture and divulgation of contemporary landscape design. My passions are art, design, architecture, museums, books, music, tourism and also non-profit. She worked in Italy, Europe, Usa and Canada, but also in the Middle East, the Gulf Area, and China.​

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Major new acquistions
January 17–April 22, 2018, 


The Museum celebrates twenty years since the opening of the Getty Center and presents an extraordinary acquisition.

The Getty Museum recently made one of the most significant acquisitions in its history, consisting of sixteen drawings and a painting from a private collection. The group features works by many of the most celebrated draftsmen in the history of European art, including Michelangelo, Andrea del Sarto, Domenico Tiepolo, Goya, and Degas. The exhibition of these newly acquired works comes as the Museum celebrates twenty years since the opening of the Getty Center.




FLORENCE (ITALY) - Museo dell'Opera del Duomo

After 25 years, Giotto's masterpiece 'The Madonna of San Giorgio alla Costa' returns to the public at large from today to the Museo dell'Opera del Duomo in Florence 




Monumental new feature coming to Museum District in May

Read the article by By Molly Glentzer @HustonChronicle

Lodi ​​​​(ITALY)

The artist Giuliano Mauri died at the age of just 71 on 29th May, 2009 leaving behind several unfinished projects. A few years ago, his family decided to do their best to make at least one of his last wishes, a “Cattedrale Vegetale” for his town, a project which was immediately taken up the Municipality.
Over the years, following several changes within the city councils, not to mention the pressing need to clean and reclaim the area on which the Cathedral stands, its construction has suffered a series of unfortunate delays.  
On 20th October 2016, the wooden structure of the “Cattedrale Vegetale” designed by Giuliano Mauri, the Art-in-Nature artist died in 2009,  was completed. 
In November 2016, after the commissioning of the work safety, the sponsors and the city administration began the construction of the Cathedral getting 108 oak trees - 60 cm high, planted inside the wooden columns that make up the 5 naves.


© 2017  Archivio Giuliano Mauri | Foto di Alessandro Cappella


© 2017  Archivio Giuliano Mauri | Foto di Cristiano Guida    

 2017  Archivio Giuliano Mauri | Foto di Cristiano Guida

Naples (ITALY)
Santa Maria della Misericordia church


SMMAVE - Center for Contemporary Art is a cultural association located in Naples, in the church of Santa Maria della Misericordia to the Virgin, called Misericordiella.
They are carrying out cleaning, recovery and enhancement of this good to make it a place of research, teaching and artistic production. 



European Capital of Culture 2019 

Sassi Foundation 

The Foundation ''Sassi'' operates since 1990 for the promotion of the culture through the preservation of the natural, historical, artistic and architectural heritage in the neighborhoods ''Sassi'' in the city of Matera.