One year after his first solo show, Francesco Candeloro returns to gallery Studio G7 with a project entirely devoted to painting, in which the architectural vocation of his famous plexiglass work is linked to his academic training by hybridizing traditional materials with industrial products not strictly related to art.
The Court of Redonda is a major solo exhibition of new work by the British artist Stephen Chambers, presented by The Heong Gallery at Downing College in the University of Cambridge as a Collateral Event of the 57th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia. Curated by Emma Hill, The Court of Redonda centres […]
Music plays in the distance, melancholic Latin music; someone has passed by this house, we aren’t meant to know who, perhaps because time doesn’t exist down there. The presences are dreamlike, unconscious, they’re stories that continue in an undefined area between past and present.
From the earliest times, man has attempted to put order in the chaos of life into which he is immersed by attributing its responsibility to the inscrutable decisions and whims of a varied pantheon of deities that artists of every age and place have immortalized through the most different languages.
A new play conceived by one of the protagonists of the contemporary art world has gone on stage in two dates at Teatro Argentina in Rome. It talks about the old Belgium and the new one in a festive, eccentric, aesthetic key. The great supremacy of the image as an ideal object has lost long […]
11 editions, 460 participating artists and 72 represented countries. Here’s just some of the numbers of the XI Edition of the Florence Biennale that will take place from 6th to 15th October 2017 at Fortezza da Basso, in the centre of Florence.
The third edition of Darsena Residency at Massimodeluca comes to an end with the exhibition Tigers in Flip-Flops, on view until next October, 15. We talked about it with its protagonists, the Italian-Belgian duo VOID (Arnaud Eeckhout & Mauro Vitturini) and the Portuguese Marco Godinho.
Ann Hirsch‘s irreverent artistic research of (1985, Baltimore, lives and works in Los Angeles) explores the role played by women in online space and the tacit conventions that constrain the expression of female sexuality.
From 2 to 30 September, Salvo Ligama is on display at Palazzo della Cultura in Catania with his first solo show in Sicily, Catania Infinite Jest. The exhibition is the result of an articulated work, developed in new and diversified languages, resulting in a virtuous relationship between tradition and innovation.
Sonya Clark is an American artist of African-Caribbean origins. Her peculiarity is to use fibers of different origin, especially human hair, to reflect on issues of race, culture, class and history. We interviewed her.