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The Art of Collective Fashion
Everything is twice as beautiful because it hurts to get there.
The Things You Find
He came to believe that the well he had played in as a child was actually a submerged tower.
The Pretziada Boot
It isn’t easy to explain how a pair of country boots can be so intertwined with a culture.
An Island Off An Island Off An Island
From Calasetta, you can see the sea on all sides and, 5 km away, the outline of Carloforte.
Orgosolo: Bandits and Dreamers
The fact that the legends are true doesn't change where we are today.
With the attention on the details, the person itself is forgotten, and the idol emerges.
Here a lamb's slaughter, skinning and butchering are an integral part of the festive meal.
The Perfect Union
And thus, the appearance of contemporary art in the fields of rural Sardinia.
What Makes a Home
Three hundred years of family history documented in cinder blocks and an ancient stone wall.
The Pregnant Stone: Nivola
The native sculptor's sprawling, bohemian spirit lives and breathes in the tranquil Museo Nivola.
There are days when everyone’s eyes are turned toward the horizon, watching for billowing smoke.
A Love Letter
Or The Top Five Reasons to Live in Sardinia
The Ancient City: Tharros
When did humans begin to care about history?
Winter Spring Summer Fall
By this week, honest and self-sufficient plants have no more time for flowers.
The New Life of Rocks
There are places that seem rough and barren at first. Upon re-examination, they spring to life.
The Nuptial Vase
This dowry was considered property of the woman herself.
Can it be that the future of Sardinia, then, could be deeply rooted in its own past?
To Touch and Be Touched
The graves were never fully abandoned; some contained burials as recent as 1900 BC.
In 1986, two disenchanted city kids pitched a tent in an empty field and began planning their future.
We Came For The Cosinzos
Everyone has their own fierce opinion of who is amazing and who is worthless.
Not Just A Name
Tommaso, through chance and passion, began to imagine a life at his historic family home.
Groups of barefoot men and boys made their way to the church amid gunshots and firecrackers.
The art on show is vibrant, clean and captivating, all the more so as it spans decades.
Mysticism in Mamoiada
A picture that can transmit an emotion and a sense of place remains precious.
Sardinia has a generally rich tradition of decorating everything from bread to pocketknives.
The Experience Of Sound
It is a jealously guarded profession; knowledge is passed down solely from father to son.
The coccoi - their daily bread - is shaped like three small hens huddled into the same nest.
That Seemingly Empty Place
Sardinia is so sparsely inhabited that it is easy to find yourself utterly alone.
A goat farmer knows his herd so well that, while milking, he picks them out one by one.
The Well of Santa Cristina
Every 18.61 years, at the end of the lunar cycle, the moon shines directly in the center of the well.
Cagliari: The City of Extremes
Cagliari is lustrous yet dirty, touristy yet authentic, intellectual and common.
There is some stillness in the Giara, some sense that the forest is at once wild and tamed.
The Giant Shame
Did European art history need rewriting?
Lesson From The Prickly Pear
Even today, many property lines are marked solely by the ubiquitous prickly pear.
Fighting Fear With Fear
Here the world in which we live and breathe is a mirror image of the world of the dead.
A Visit To Pinuccio Sciola
Sciola’s sculptures are both a re-evaluation and a transfiguration of the Sardinian landscape itself.
In the Sardinian countryside, olive oil is a whole other kind of precious.
Surfing The Sardinian Sea
A good spot is a good spot for as long as it remains a good secret.