Frame an artwork of art in a museum or exhibition, a painting in a church, an artistic object, even a monument or historic building and listen to the description. Inquadro will give you all the information.
Are you a public or private body interested in giving visibility to objects of art or historical and cultural interest and offering a highly interactive and innovative experience to the visitor? Contact us! We will show you the various possibilities to make the objects of your interest usable through the application automatically, independently and in a very short time
We started with Florence, our city. It was really important and very satisfying to be able to test our APP in our museums and unique places. The list is constantly updated, come back soon to find out about the new cities that will be added !!
Here is the list of the most popular museums / places available on inQuadro. You will be able to listen to audio guides both in museums but also in places such as squares or historical monuments where inQuadro will be your personal and free guide available on your mobile phone without the need to install any application.
The Museo Archeologico Comprensoriale in Dicomano collects archaeological and historical evidence from the entire Mugello, Alto Mugello and Val di Sieve area, with artifacts and results from excavations at the Etruscan sites of San Martino a Frascole in Dicomano, Poggio Colla in Vicchio and "I Monti" in San Piero a Sieve.
AM international, costituita formalmente nel 1987 come associazione culturale, apre la "Pinacoteca" nel 1988 con l'avvio di "Utopie-Mostra in progress" e ben presto si caratterizza come punto di incontro e confronto tra autori di diversa formazione culturale e provenienza. Grazie alla lungimiranza della "fondatrice" Angelina Melia, ma anche alla generosità di numerosi artisti che hanno contribuito attivamente alla crescita del patrimonio della collezione di opere d'arte, si costituisce il Museo d'Arte Contemporanea AM. Oggi Apprezzato come museo-laboratorio, luogo di conservazione e fruizione di opere d'arte ispirato alle indicazioni del Codice Etico ICOM. Un unicum che offre l'opportunità di poter unire l'attività espositiva all'attività di studio e ricerca; dialogare con l'opera d'arte e affrontare, direttamente con gli autori, i temi del dibattito socio-culturale contemporaneo. Dal 1994 AM International pubblica e distribuisce il periodico trimestrale artfolio e, grazie alla collaborazione di eminenti ricercatori, sviluppa anche una linea editoriale (International AM Edizioni) per la pubblicazione di saggi anche nel settore scientifico e filosofico.
The museum displays the most significant objects of the Champion's long Career, from 1931 to 1954: bicycles, jerseys, cups, medals, trophies, photos, documents, books, magazines, publications, paintings and interviews.
The exhibition brings together clothes, textiles and fashion illustrations from the late 18th century to the 1950s. The aim is to tell the story of how technical progress and mechanical inventions transformed and accelerated the pace of weaving and tailoring, bringing about enormous changes in costume and contemporary society. Each display case narrates these transitions through objects selected from the Museum's collections, highlighting, for each historical period, the changes in style in textiles, but also in the styles of men's and women's garments. The exhibition route starts from the first display case on the left, just across the threshold of the room.
The new exhibition features more than 100 objects including men’s and women’s clothing, clothing textiles and furnishing fabrics, fashion plates, sample books, and fashion accessories that document the transformations of the textile industry Displayed in chronological order, the exhibition illustrates the extraordinary transformations of textile design and the changes in fashion that have taken place over a period of time in which the relationship between tradition and modernity, between the uniqueness of the artistic product and the replicability of the serial product, became the theme of a heated debate on the applied arts. With their artistic and professional experiences (as evidenced by the exhibited works by William Morris, Mariano Fortuny, Raoul Dufy, Gio Ponti, Lucio Fontana, Elsa Schiaparelli, Maria Monaci Gallenga), the protagonists of this long journey – textile designers and fashion creators – have nevertheless left a trace and an important contribution in the history of style and design.