Tid Bits

22 November 2022

TRAVEL: Explore this theme within the Scala Archives

Travel related content is extremely diverse in nature and seemingly endless in quantity. Within the Scala archives you can, in fact, select among travel related instruments, old maps and cartography, landscape photos and travel documentation, postcards or vintage posters, art, objects and more.

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Whitney Museum of American Art

19 October 2022

With more than 25,000 works by more than 3,700 American artists, it is the world’s premier museum devoted to 20th and 21st century American art. Scala Archives is honored to represent the Whitney’s collection as its exclusive worldwide agent.

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Celebrating Antonio Canova

13 October 2022

In occasion of the two hundredth anniversary from the death of the universally acclaimed sculptor Antonio Canova, Scala wishes to celebrate his life with a short journey through some of his most important works.

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Autumn inspirations

10 October 2022

Autumn ushers in beautiful colors and a few special events… discover more image related to the autumn!

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Queen Elizabeth II

10 September 2022

Queen Elizabeth II, a role model for many female leaders, symbol of a century, died on 8 September 2022. See her life in photos.

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CCP – Center for Creative Photography, Arizona

12 August 2022

With about 270 archival collections, the Center for Creative Photography, University of Arizona, Tucson is the most prestigious university institution for the study of Photography…

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Design

19 July 2022

Today, Scala Archives is one of the essential sources for illustrating projects dedicated to Design and its history. Thanks to partnerships with prestigious museums such …

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De Agostini Picture Library

15 June 2022

With about 1 million photographs, De Agostini Picture Library is the richest Italian photographic collection to illustrate projects of history, nature, science and ancient civilizations…

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Matisse: The Red Studio – MoMA

1 May 2022

On the occasion of the exhibition held by MoMA (May 1 – September 10, 2022), we propose a focus on this masterpiece by Matisse: The Red Studio (1911)…

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Centre des Monuments Nationaux

18 February 2022

With over 100 national monuments represented, the CMN (Centre des Monuments Nationaux) is the designated institution for the protection and promotion of the French Cultural Heritage…

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Women and Science

22 December 2021

On 22 December 2015, the UN General Assembly established the World Day of Women and Girls in Science, to recognize the fundamental role that women and girls play in science and technological development…

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May 5, 1821 – May 5, 2021 Bicentenary of the death of Napoleon Bonaparte

5 May 2021

Two hundred years ago, on May 5, 1821, during his exile on the island of Saint Helena, Napoleon Bonaparte died.

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The jewel of the Italian Navy celebrates its 90th anniversary

22 February 2021

On February 12, 1931 the training ship Amerigo Vespucci was launched at the Royal Shipyard.

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50 years since the Apollo 14 landing

8 February 2021

On 31 January 1971 the Apollo 14 mission left; destination, Fra Mauro highlands.

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VII Centenary of the Death of Dante Alighieri

2 January 2021

“And so we went out to see the stars again” – Inferno canto XXXIV verse 139

How many idioms taken from the Divine Comedy do we use without noticing? …

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