Synonyms for lozza or Related words with lozza

lilleri              formara              ballabio              capanni              geuna              ponzoni              meroni              pilozzi              ryffel              rugarli              nicotra              tavazzi              siccardi              musiani              bresolin              mancardi              baldanti              garaci              donini              ferlini              mavilio              latronico              biffoni              giavazzi              sanvito              rimoldi              scambia              percivalle              tonlorenzi              iezzi              plebani              congy              tecce              zentilin              scarselli              biasiol              pierelli              tettamanti              sironi              revello              mangiola              cingolani              escriou              dolcetti              bistoni              borleri              struyf              scielzo              ghiringhelli              rizzetto             

Examples of "lozza"
Vedano Olona borders the following municipalities: Binago, Castiglione Olona, Lozza, Malnate, Varese, Venegono Superiore.
Lozza borders the following municipalities: Castiglione Olona, Gazzada Schianno, Malnate, Morazzone, Varese, Vedano Olona.
Morazzone borders the following municipalities: Brunello, Caronno Varesino, Castiglione Olona, Castronno, Gazzada Schianno, Gornate-Olona, Lozza.
From Largo Ennio Flaiano through the village of the neighborhood Bizzozero ends at the border of Lozza.
Literary works in Surmiran are comparatively rare, with Alexander Lozza from Murmarera being the most notable one.
Gazzada Schianno borders the following municipalities: Brunello, Buguggiate, Lozza, Morazzone, Varese. It is formed by two main localities, Gazzada and Schianno.
Lozza is a "comune" (municipality) in the Province of Varese in the Italian region Lombardy, located about northwest of Milan and about southeast of Varese. As of 31 December 2004, it had a population of 1,112 and an area of .
Other links in this informative and logistic network were the journalists and communist militants Isidoro Gilbert, Arturo Lozza, Rodolfo Nadra y Adolfo Coronato (de la Argentina), José Miguel Varas, Luis Córdova, Enrique Martini and José Maldavsky (from Chile), Elvio Romero (from Paraguay); Niko Scwartz and Ricardo Saxlund (from Uruguay), among others.
Throughout the next upcoming years Altzella serves as a laboratory for several cultural experiments. Implementing the methods of the Société Imaginaire into myriads of projects, Batuz extends its ideals to thousands of participants in cooperation with various institutions. Apropos to these projects, portfolios are continually created which include works from heads of states, such as Richard von Weizsäcker, Julio Maria Sanguinetti, Michal Kovac, Pastrana Borrero, from artists and writers such as Czeslaw Milosz, Alvaro Mutis, Arthur Miller, Hans Magnus Enzensberger, Seamus Heaney, Mark Strand, Raul Lozza, Michael Morgner, to name but a few, together with people from all sectors of life. The National Gallery of Art in Washington DC under the direction of Henry A. Millon becomes a permanent repository of all portfolios and creates a separate archive in its library for these works.
Alex Gymnopoulos was announced as the new manager of Northcote City FC in September 2015. Gymnopoulos had previously held the position of u20 head coach at the club. After a disastrous start to season 2016, which saw Northcote manage just one point from seven NPL Victoria games and exit the 2016 FFA Cup to National Premier Leagues Victoria 2 side St Albans Saints SC, manager Alex Gymnopoulos was sacked as head coach of the club. On 18 April 2016, Northcote announced the return of former senior head coach, and VPL winner with Northcote City, Goran Lozanovski as Gymnopoulos' replacement. Lozanovski set about bringing the club out of its rut, and turned over many players in the mid-season transfer window, signing eleven players including former Newcastle Jets FC striker Braedyn Crowley, Moreland Zebras' James Papadimitrou and Bentleigh Greens' Danny Charalambous. "Lozza"'s return was marked by some upturn in form, including a 5–0 victory over Melbourne Knights, where Crowley scored all five goals, but also more heavy defeats, including 5–0 losses in successive weeks to Hume City FC and Bentleigh. Relegation to NPL2 was confirmed on the final matchday for Northcote, following a 3–0 loss to Oakleigh Cannons FC at John Cain. Just after the completion of the 2016 season, Lozanovski stepped down from his position.
Two groups of artists emerged from those gatherings that led the way across the path of Modern Art in Argentina: Concrete-Invention Art Association (in Spanish, Asociación Arte Concreto Invención) and Madí Arts (Arte Madí). Both rejected figuration and representation, to which they opposed the invention. In other words, the creation in a pure sense. The ultimate abstraction. A visual morphology not addressing anything in particular. These ideas were later developed in the Arturo magazine, whose single issue appeared in 1944. Given Enio’s young age, he is first a spectator, but quickly became an active member of the Concrete-Invention group, giving birth to his first painting over a linoleum sheet that same year. The following year, the artist took his first step into sculpture with Opposite Directions, a work of great formal maturity despite being a debut piece.The members of the Concrete-Invention Art Association showcased their first public exhibition in the Peuser art salon, located in Florida street. Among the participants were Claudio Girola, Tomás Maldonado, the Lozza brothers, Alberto Molemberg, Primaldo Mónaco, Nuñez, Liddi Prati, Jorge Souza and Enio, who took his mother’s last name – Iommi– as his alias to distinguish himself from his brother. The traditional art circles and part of the press replied negatively to the cutting-edge proposal of the Geometric art. Without giving up, the members of the association met every Saturday to discuss new concepts. Enio Iommi drew visual sustenance from artists such as Max Bill and Georges Vantorgerloo. It seems that the sculpture Torn Circles is opposing to the theoretical bases of the Constructivism and, as the titles announces, it foreshadows one trait of his work: to sever from models that begin to suffocate his desire to explore new horizons. They continued presenting group expositions until 1950, when the association disbanded. Due to the initiative of the critic Aldo Pellegrini, another crew was formed under the name of Modern Artists of Argentina (in Spanish, Artistas Modernos de la Argentina), which flocked together independent Abstract and Concrete Art sculptors and painters. Maldonado, Hlito, Iommi, Sarah Grilo, Fernandez Muro, Ocampo, Aebi and Claudio Girola staged collective shows in Viau and Krayd galleries. Also, in the Museum of Modern Art of Rio de Janeiro, where they applied pioneering museological criteria.