Itinerarinellarte.it was created to offer useful information for the enjoyment of art in Italy, and beyond, with particular attention to events related to the visual arts and contemporary art in general. A site that helps art lovers to choose between the many exhibitions in Italy and the most important exhibitions in Europe, thus providing interesting insights to those who ask the question "what to do on the weekend".
Exhibitions, fairs but also events in galleries and museums are the events that Itinerarinellarte.it collects and displays on easy-to-consult maps.
Thanks to interactive geographic localization tools (based on Google Maps) it is easy to find what interests you by type and / or geographic area.
The visualization of the events will help you plan a day, a weekend or a longer vacation to discover the rich Italian artistic heritage. You can also use our maps to view useful resources such as hotels, restaurants and other places of interest.
The site was created to collect events by contemporary artists, masters of the twentieth century, sculptors of the twentieth century, contemporary painters, new artists, and to help art galleries to disseminate their initiatives to bring more and more audiences closer to contemporary art. An increasing number of Italian museums have been and will continue to be registered in the dedicated section, which is also supported by geo-localization tools.
Starting from January 2017, the ArTurismo.it project merged into the itinerarinellarte.it site, thus enriching itself with critical content, suggestions and interviews, thanks to the contribution and experience of Stefano Sassi, a historical figure in journalism.
Always a journalist, with a degree in economics, he turned professional at the age of 25.
He started special envoy at the age of 27 with work missions in 83 countries around the world. Starting from the economy, thanks to his travels, he became passionate about the tourism sector and then also rediscovered ancient and modern art thanks to the teachings of his father, graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts and one of the very first Italian architects.
In Rai (for 25 years) in addition to dealing with economics at TG1 he creates and realizes the "InViaggio" column where for the first time we talk about Last Minute. After moving to TG2, as Chief Editor, for four seasons, he made "Non solo soldi-Arte" then, for another four seasons, he presented the morning show "Together - Reading art".
For nine years he collaborated on "Si Viaggiare".
During his television career he won (the only Italian) two world awards for journalism related to tourism: "La Lente de Plata" in Mexico (awarded by the President of the Republic, Vicente Fox) and the "Friend Award" in Thailand.