Dayan Nazari was born in Isfahan, Iran, and from an early age cultivated a passion for art. Dayan was only six years old when his aunt gave him his first canvases and pushed him to express himself through shapes and colors. At 7, he participated in his first painting competition and won it. At 15, in his hometown, he exhibited his first show. In 2019, following the reasons of the heart, he moved to Italy, where his geometric and colorful art is greatly appreciated. At the Italian-Serbian Film Festival, in a context where transnational production is promoted, Dayan’s presence is the perfect example of cultural integration.
Art and cultural integration.
The preservation of Florence’s artistic and cultural heritage is due to one woman: Anna Maria Luisa de’ Medici, known as Electrice Palatina.
An exhibition that pays tribute to the great Italian actress in her hometown, conceived by Mauro Tarantino and curated by Bruno Di Marino, media historian
Who is Sonja Vizzini Sonja graduated in Architecture at the Polytechnic University of Turin, which is her hometown. Her passion is interior design, and she