After an idea by Paolo Cirio, Evidentiary Realism is an exhibition platform that features a selection of artists involved in forensic, investigative and documentary practices, presented at NOME Gallery in Berlin from 1 December 2017 to 24 February 2018. Paolo Cirio, curator of the project, recounts how this particular form of realism in art is […]
Last December, Rome hosted the “Biennale MArteLive”, an event dedicated to emerging art. In the two evenings of the main event “MArteLive Lo Spettacolo Totale”, the finalists of the 16 categories in competition, “told” their art by making their own works in front of the public. Jingge Dong, a painter of Chinese descent, in Italy […]
The shots by the photographer Ulderico Tramacere (1975) recount events, landscapes and atmospheres of today’s Italy, summarizing its essence in powerful symbolic black and white images. In 2016 he was awarded in the “Proposal MIA” section for Pecora Nera at MIA Photo Fair in Milan, where he will return in March with a new project. […]
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.
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 […]
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).
Connect the viewer with a removed part of historical and civil memory, save events from the irreparable state of uncertainty: the priorities in Francesco Arena’s artistic career are overtly challenging, almost utopian.
The Street Levels Gallery was born in 2016 by the meeting of young artists and the Progeas Family, a florentine organization of cultural producers. The gallery is unique in Tuscany and Matteo Bidini, who together with Gianluca Milli manages the gallery, explains why it is.
The first edition of The Art Chapter, a new art book fair in Milan, which will take place from 17 to 19 November in the BASE spaces, will be inaugurated today on the occasion of Bookcity. The curatorship of the event, involving over 35 Italian and foreign publishers, was entrusted to Boîte Editions, a non-profit […]
One of the cultural appointments of major relevance of the Art Week in London, although it as a whole had an independent format given its distinctive and experimental character in an interdisciplinary and activistic sense, was definitely the Guest, Ghost, Host: MACHINE! Marathon curated by Hans Ulrich Obrist for the Serpentine Galleries where he is […]