Ci avviamo alla vigilia del nuovo anno, ma anche alla fine della mostra su Arturo Malignani a Udine. Presto ci saranno nuove date, in giro per l’Italia e magari anche per l’Europa. Ringrazio come trisnipote tutti coloro che sono venuti numerosi e hanno apprezzato il lavoro fatto da mio padre, Federico Malignani e da Elena Commessatti. Ringrazio anche i due splendidi bambini che sono stati disponibilissimi per le riprese.


We are moving on the eve of of the new year, but also at the end of of the exhibition about Arturo Malignani in Udine. Soon there will be new dates, around Italy and maybe even for Europe. As great-great grandson I thank all those who have come in large numbers and have appreciated the work done by my father, Federico Malignani and Elena Commessatti. I also thank the two beautiful children who were most helpful for the shooting.


Music By Vittoria Malignani & Giacomo Girardi © All Rights Reserved

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La Grotta di Villanova fu scoperta nel 1925 per puro caso da Pietro Negro. La cavità si articola nel sottosuolo del monte Bernadia nell’Alta Val del Torre, racchiusa in una delle più belle e suggestive valli del Nordest italiano.
La grotta non è solo una concrezione rocciosa o un prodotto dell’erosione; è anche una presenza viva, che respira e canta attraverso i suoi echi e l’acqua che le scorre dentro, come il sangue nelle vene. La Grotta Nuova di Villanova è una grotta di particolare formazione e rara bellezza. Per chi vuole visitarla e apprezzarne le sculture calcaree è un ottimo inizio.

Troverete maggiori informazioni sul sito ufficiale —>
http://www.grottedivillanova.it/


The Cave of Villanova was discovered in 1925 by Pietro Negro. The cavity is spread into the ground of the Bernadia mountain in Alta Val Torre, enclosed in one of the most beautiful valleys of the Northeast Italian.
The cave is not only a concretion rocky or a product of erosion; it’s a living presence, which is breathing and singing through its echoes and the water that flows inside, like blood in the veins. The New Cave of Villanova is a cave of rare beauty and special training. For those who want to visit and appreciate the limestone heads is a great start.

You will find more information on the official website —> http://www.grottedivillanova.it/

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Hello guys!

I was in Norway for a few weeks. I think I’m falling in love with this gorgeous country! Nature is the queen of everything and people listen to it with respect.
Norwegians are simple, they don’t mind technologies and parties: they prefer to stay in contact with nature and enjoy every single hour of light.
The landscape are amazing: there are so many and deep fjords, which fall in a green/blue sea. On the pick of the mountains there are glaciers and snowfields that feed amazing and gigantic waterfalls.During summer, norwegians have 18 hours of light, but during the winter period they have only 3 hours of sun…

The politic situation consist in a Constitutional Monarchy, in which there isn’t corruption. People are honest and if they committed something wrong, they immediately call the police to be punished.
While working in Norway is quite easy: they need lots of hands for their business. If you work there for 10 months, you’ll receive 6 month of unemploy (maybe to search work in other countries) with the highest salary received. You also have security on everything (sanitary, education, work ecc…).
Norwegians are protestant but they don’t care about religion.

If you want to discover more about this special country, go and visit Norway! 🙂

PS: That’s a short video about my trip, enjoy 🙂