1 October 2020
A hyperbolic gallery of portraits: Chiara Ferragni becomes the Madonna of Giovanni Battista Salvi, Luciana Lamorgese is Giovanna d’Arco, Emma Bonino the Mahatma Gandhi and Barbara d’Urso the Countess du Barry. This is how the artist Francesco Vezzoli saw them, making the last issue of Vanity Fair (no. 39) a true collector’s piece, with memorable artworks, then put
on display on Thursday 24th September at Palazzo Serbelloni, Sotheby’s headquarters in Milan. As supporter of the initiative there was Moreno Zani, founder of Tendercapital, an independent reality in the asset management, and a strong supporter of different forms of art.