I know Elena Mazzi from University and her imaginative and innovative approach to artistic research has always fascinated me, like her tales, able to lead you into projects that you almost seem to have lived with her and in person, even miles away.
Until 24th June, Cabinet hosts the double personal show of Brian Calvin and Wendy White, where are compared two different operative approaches and the current culture of the selfies and the one of skate and surf of the Eighties. The artists develop, through their characteristic modus operandi,
MAXXI, Rome – The Eden by Marcello Lo Giudice (Taormina, 1957) have been on show until June 12, 2017. The large size canvases open like windows on parallel worlds, far-off planets, deserts made of pure pigments and inspired by the invisible sounds of the Universe.
In five years of activity, the MAST Foundation in Bologna has created a vast collection of photographic images by the most important international masters who have documented and interpreted the history of industry and work since 1860.
Sound art is now an extremely productive field of experimentation for contemporary art, and it represents an increasingly inexhaustible source of research for artists and scholars who, thanks to digital technologies, can reach unexpected results.
Clima Gallery hosts until 10th June 2017 It’s nice to know the things you lost were real, the first Italian solo show of Will Stewart. Consistent with his modus operandi, the artist offers to the viewer visual and objectified suggestions of either physical and emotional itineraries which are cues of pristine individual thoughts.
Reality is restless and it takes on a visible form as a fragmentary emanation of our inner motions that break and reflect themselves in the surrounding environment: from the beginnings Wainer Vaccari (Modena, 1949) overturned the presumed objectivity of figurative painting to give body and chromatic substance
Fiction writer Philip Dick (1981) wrote: “The fishes do not carry rifles.” With this phrase, extracted from “The Divine Invasion”, the author imagines a disarmed and fluid society like the open sea in which to dive and re-emerge, giving shape to multiform events.
“The archives are silent giants”. Thus Urs Stahel debuts in his presentation of the exhibition La forza delle immagini. Collezione MAST. Una selezione di fotografie su industria e lavoro (The power of images. MAST Collection. A selection of photographs on industry and work).
With the exhibition of Marco Ceroni GALLLERIAPIÙ turns itself into an exploded urban space where decontextualized and manipulated objects and fragments of reality amplify the imaginative potential of seemingly inert details of everyday life. Interacting with semantic vacuum gaps that show the artificiality of our environment,