Ray Harkness – Aerial Photographer

‘Just hanging around playing some Tennis’ – photo produced by photographer Ray Harkness with the model Elyssa L Magee @elcmagee  Ray Harkness shares his inspirations, creative catalysts and passions exclusively with Court Club Italia Members. Written by Caroline Kay, Founder & Director, Court Club Italia. The Tennis art scene is one we are bringing to […]

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Emilliano Cavalli – Italian Artist

Eclectic and versatile Italian Artist Emiliano Cavalli actively particpates in the cultural life of the three cities in which he lives and works: Turin, Milan and Rome. Born in 1976 in Casale Monferrato in northern Italy,  Cavalli has worked in collaborations with fashion ateliers and designers and exhibited his work from paintings to graphics, photography […]

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Soak up the breakfast sunshine in Rome

We know a great little place that serves up a hearty breakfast, complete with a healthy dose of sunshine, to make you glow inside and out. Soak up the sun, have your eggs anyway you like and quench your thirst with fresh orange juice, loose leaf tea or good strong Italian coffee. The staff are […]

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5 surprising facts about Tennis

Tennis courts were once hourglass shaped because in December 1873, Major Walter Clopton Wingfield (one of the pioneers of lawn tennis) designed and patented an hourglass-shaped tennis court in order to obtain a patent on his court, as a rectangular court, already in use in other versions of outdoor, lawn tennis, was unpatentable by him, and […]

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