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Inside the grand brick palazzo that has been home to Pistoia’s city government since the 14th century, the new mayor, Alessandro Tomassi, is quickly toughening the approach to migration.
By placing American and Asian art in conversation with one another, especially in a museum designed to resemble a Renaissance palazzo, Freer hoped to show the works were of equal quality.
The ceremony in a 15th century Gothic palazzo was a cross between the Olympics and the Academy Awards, with multicultural competitors from 86 nations, gold statuettes and pens of paparazzi snapping away from the sidelines.
The foundation also agreed to dedicate a room in the palazzo that had been a bathroom and then a laboratory to be used to exhibit Pegeen’s works.
At the upper end of his offerings, Mr. Lauren doubles down on the Jay Gatsby fantasia with arrays like the Purple Label suits shown at Casa Campanini, his Liberty-style palazzo built in 1941.
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Origin and Etymology of palazzo
First Known Use: 1657See Words from the same year
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