On December 5, 2017, the Turner Prize jury chaired by Alex Farquharson, director of the Tate, and composed of leading critics and curators such as Dan Fox, Martin Herbert, Mason Leaver-Yap, Emily Pethick, assigns the prestigious Turner Prize 2017, to the artist, Lubaina Himid (Zanzibar, 1954), who, trained at the Wimbledon College of Art and […]
Sara Lorusso (Bologna, 1995) studied photography at Spazio Labò and she is currently attending a photography, film and television course in the Academy of Fine Arts. Her artistic research, ranging from the analogical image to installations that stimulate the interaction of the viewer, investigates the multiple possibilities of communication and misunderstanding generated by the new […]
After the experience in London, where Artrooms is now at its fourth edition, the fair will launch for the first time in Rome, Italy, from March 2 to 4, 2018. We talked about it with the co-founder and director Cristina Cellini.
Delicate, melancholic, “airy”. Alessandro Saturno’s idea of painting is an aware and sophisticated Art. Inner Touch, more than 30 works exhibited at Labs Gallery in Bologna, curated by Leonardo Regano, is an aware and sophisticated reflection on human body and matter. And on the relationships between them.
Belgrade is still carrying on the scars of the Nato bombs that hit the town during the Balkans war, in the meanwhile the Museum of Contemporary Art (built in 1958 in Novi Beograd) has just reopened and the National Museum, is under restoration and it is not visitable, although the website declares that the Museum […]
Fondazione Bonotto is a peculiar and unique dimension, that shows itself as an ideal of passion and research for art, mixed with the life dimension and related to the textile industry. In a sort of way is a surreal place, in which a collection takes place inside a house-firm and makes possibile a new way […]
Humankind has always been associated with other entities: animals, objects, elements, conventions, beliefs, concepts, ideas. From the twentieth century onwards, even with systems, processes and machines that have expanded the relational network on which collective existence is based, renegotiating the anthropocentric perspective with which the human being tends to approach the world.
“Knowledge of the past generates the birth of new ideas and create new forms of beauty.” Antonio Ratti The exhibition The fabric as art: Antonio Ratti entrepreneur and patron is remarkable for more than one reason.
Marco Giordano is an artist, whose research pivots on anthropomorphic features and collaborative creation. He recently presented Pathetic Fallacy at Il Colorificio, Milan, as an installation consisting of LED plantation lights and five long silicone strings (Duuuude, 2017).