The MAMbo Project Room, a space reserved for temporary projects dedicated to the artistic excellence of Emilia Romagna, will host a retrospective until September 16, focusing on the multifaceted figure of Rosanna Chiessi, gallery owner, publisher, collector and patron of events that between the ’70s and ’80 brought the most up-to-date international avant-garde research to […]
“..Superhuman silences and deep quiet.” These were the existentialist feelings that wound Leopardi, intended to gaze at the horizon from the hill of “The Infinity”, and those are exactly the same feelings that are perceived observing some of the photos exhibited at Gam in Turin in the show “Suggestions of Italy”, open up to September […]
For the acquisition by the National Museum of Art of China (NAMOC) based in Beijing of the painting “Lontano da Xian” by M°Omar Galliani, who becomes part of those, together with “giants” like Picasso and Dalì, very few Western authors present in the collection of the museum, now we can understand thanks to his words, […]
Adunanza is the first Adelita Husni-Bey’s personal exhibition in an Italian institute. Ten years of works, concerning the principal themes of radical pedagogy and the modality of development of common mindset, gathered together in Modena’s Palazzina dei Giardini.
At the beginning of the 1930s the illustrated press had reached a culminating point, with the publication of magazines with photographic reports from every corner of the world through which readers could travel with their minds and feel witness to what was happening in places that they would never have been able to see firsthand.
Activating fugitive planning and unconventional spaces, re-conceptualizing the critical processes typical of contemporary art. These urgent issues are at stake when talking with Giulia Colletti. She is a curator, who focuses her research on feminist theories, de-activism, and unlearning practices.
A famous song by Leonard Cohen narrates that love is a march. In everyday life, we march as winners and we march as losers. Thus, Tony Solis new photography project presented at the Enrique Guerrero Gallery in Mexico City, Love is not a victory march,