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 […]
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.
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.
Iran is one of the world’s most mountainous countries. A country with a dominant mountainous landscape, vast plateau and the mountains surrounded by watersheds and plains. The northern part of the country is covered with dense rainforests while the main features of its central and southern parts are the steppes and semi-arid areas that lead […]
The gallery Yamamoto Keiko Roichaix hosts the solo-exhibition of artist Alessandro Roma (b.1977, Milan) who, in dialogue with the exhibition space and the vibrant socio-cultural context of London, asks the viewer to supersede the limits of the visible to discover the rhythms of the reverie, as highlighted by the curator, Marina Dacci.
It has been inaugurated last September 23rd at the Galleria Nazionale dell’Umbria, the exhibition Hans Hartung Polyptiques which rapresents an unprecedented opportunity to deepen the value of the production of this great artist, through the exposure of a series of works belonging to the second half of his creative phase; perhaps the least known to […]
“Luca Maria Patella did not accept the flattery of a perbenist conformism that tends to replicate forms already consumed in the name of a commercial speculation. He always contests not for an ideological fact, but for choosing to let himself be guided by a search that does not allow himself to be scavenged, which escapes […]
In 1946, Lucio Fontana was the first to use the ballpoint pen as an artistic material while he was in Buenos Aires, where a few years earlier the Hungarian László József Bíró, who fled Nazi persecutions in Europe, had patented the definitive prototype of his invention.