Number 465 - December 2015/January 2016

In this edition of UniNews

Travel in the work of Gabriele Basilico. Walter Guadagnini, curator of the great retrospective "Gabriele Basilico - I'm listening to your heart, city" will accompany us in this journey, currently in Milan at the UniCredit Pavilion

Coach par excellence, Dan Peterson, is preparing to blow out 80 candles and talks about his life and basketball, as well as how to be Number 1, not just in this sport.

With Martin Leidenfrost, winner of the Writing for CEE award, we travel across Europe looking for ideas, absurdities, inspirations, a European soul

What happens in China matters to us all. Its economy, despite it seems to be marking time, is the second in the world. Also, over the medium-long term, China will have to face major challenges that will affect the global economy as well.

The success of Artissima, the Fair of Contemporary Art, explained by Director Sarah Cosulich.

Time of festivities and toasts. Italian bubbly wine continues to surprise with an outshining performance

In the words of Coach Peterson

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A key player in the world of basketball, a winning coach, a newscaster, a highly charismatic person and an undisputed leader: Dan Peterson tells us about himself.

As for Italian basketball,
he says...

Basilico, "Urban Animal"

A large exhibit at the UniCredit Pavilion explores the relationship Gabriele Basilico had with cities and with the metropolises that this great photographer stopped to look at.

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Walter Guadagnini accompanies us on a visit of the artwork being displayed and tells us ...

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How Europe changes

25 years after the end of the Cold War, Europe stands confronted with new barriers and divisions.
We spoke about this with the winner of the 2015 Writing for CEE award, Martin Leidenfrost, who, about the transformations and contradictions that run across Europe, told us...

China: There may be
trouble ahead, but not now

Ask any investor what the biggest risk to the global economy is right now and they will probably say it's China.
Over the medium-long term, the country is going to have to face major challenges

Chinese GDP: between
foreign investments
and impact on global activities

A recent run of black days on the Shanghai stock exchange added fuel to discussions on the reliability of the official figures relating to Chinese statistical data.
This issue is addressed by a report on the matter

A toast to Italian wine

Growth continues in the Italian wine sector, an Italian-made excellence that is loved and appreciated all over the world

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Growth in the global shoe market continues to rise

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Italy is the only European country on the list of the top ten global footwear manufacturers, holding steady in the tenth position for number of pairs produced

The two souls of Artissima

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It is a trade fair as well as a cultural event open to the public. There are select exhibitors, displays, performances, guided tours in the company of art critics and curators, and a novel art advisory service.
Once again, Artissima transformed the city into a single, all-encompassing event.

The Director, Sarah Cosulich, explains...

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Oct 27, 2015 - Jan 10, 2016
The first solo exhibition in an Italian museum for German artist Paloma Varga Weisz

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Sep 18, 2015 - Jan 10, 2016
More than 70 pieces by 18 artists and a tribute to Norwegian photographer Tom Sandberg in an exhibit at Foro Boario

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Jan 10, 2015
From Cicero to Anna Magnani, events in the tenth cycle of appointments at the Auditorium Parco della Musica in Rome

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Jan 17, 2016
Pieces by Pergolesi, Porpora and Stravinskij for the first Open Rehearsal in 2016

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Dec 18, 2015 - Jan 31, 2016
UniCredit Pavilion hosts the first great retrospective by Gabriele Basilico in Milan

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