Magister is the innovative format devised and produced by Cose Belle d’Italia Media Entertainment (a company allied to Cose Belle d’Italia Group) with the aim of promoting and showcasing Italian cultural heritage, revitalising it in a contemporary vein. The format - with a three-year programme open to internationalisation - presents an initial trilogy of monographic exhibitions devoted to three great Masters of Italian art: Magister Giotto (2017), Magister Canova (2018), Magister Raphael (2019). Each exhibition combines culture with technology and is the result of a critical investigation by an international Scientific Committee. For the launch of the individual exhibitions, Magister has chosen the city that is a crossroads for international cultural exchanges, Venice, identifying the Scuola Grande della Misericordia as the ideal location to host displays with a powerful scenographic impact.
Each Magister project envisages the significant involvement of established artists, musicians, writers, actors, directors and scenographers. The city of Venice, the international capital of art, is the natural location of choice to present the MAGISTER project to the world, a project that will give rise to an international exhibition tour for each artist represented. With Magister the languages of innovation support and showcase art, stimulating the creative development of new aesthetic and communicative paradigms. The aim is to allow visitors to follow an itinerary with a high-level cultural profile in which layout design, knowledge and spectacle blend to create a unique experience
Cose Belle d’Italia Media Entertainment is a a company allied to the Cose Belle d’Italia Group that came about to extend the offer of created content through the production of formats devised, created, managed and distributed on the Italian market and at international level with an ethical and cultural approach to communicating and generating wealth. Cose Belle d’Italia brings together Italian players representing the outstanding features of products made in Italy.
Cose Belle d’Italia acquires, conserves and showcases these within an integrated system that is rooted in the eternal values of beauty, culture and the Italian “good life”. The Group operates transversally in every sector, creating value and promoting the propagation of these same outstanding features among its affiliates.
The companies of the Group are: CBdI Media Entertainment, Alberto del Biondi, Vismara Marine, FMR, UTET Grandi Opere, Arte del Libro, Industria del Design, Imbarcazioni d’Italia with the brands Apreamare and Maestro, Antica Tostatura Triestina, Feletti, Maestria, and the brands Laverda Collezioni, Nerocarbonio and Arte 1:1. Cose Belle d’Italia has also created Polo intrattenimento, which incorporates magazines, websites and events devoted to the Italian good life, such as Amadeus, Il Mondo del Golf Today, Sci - Il Mondo della Neve, La Madia Travelfood, Belvivere and Watch Digest.
Controlled by Europa Investimenti Special Situations, Cose Belle d’Italia came about in 2013, following the definition of its “Manifesto” establishing the key points inspiring the Group’s vision and mission.
It is a unique dramaturgy exploring and strengthening the dissemination of art.
It is exhibition project combining culture and technology for highly enjoyable and meaningful narrative itineraries.
It is the result of the creative fusion of various communication languages: visual, technological, sound-based, narrative, didactic, informative, emotional and perceptive.
It values the scientific approach of research, collaborating with dedicated scientific committees consisting of the main experts on each artist for every project.
It is a format that envisages special collaborations for each exhibition with established musicians, writers, actors, directors and scenographers.
It is a replicable, touring format that envisages an international tour for each exhibition.
President and Founder
Cose Belle d’Italia S.p.A.
CEO and Creative Supervision
Cose Belle d’Italia Media Entertainment S.r.l
Sales director and general coordinator
Personal Assistant to CEO
TILBE YESIM KUCUKONDER
Assistant to the Executive Director
RAFFAELE DI VAIO
Architecture and stagecraft installation
Coordination and Institutional Relations
STUDIO ESSECI DI SERGIO CAMPAGNOLO SAS
ROMANO ASSOCIATI, BRUNO ROMANO
GIANLUCA PRINA, VALENTINA BIGICCHI
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