Laura Grisi has never been only an Italian Pop Art member, either she was simply a sculptor or a painter, a photographer, certainly not just a video artist.
Dynamic, intense, real: three adjectives to describe street art, a passion that unites two artists, better known as street artists: the Italian Marco Mantovani, aka KayOne and the American Skott Marsi. Both will be the protagonists of the exhibition: “Espinasse 31 Celebration”, which, on the occasion of the Salone del Mobile, will celebrate the first […]
We are at the San Firenze complex – originally a convent of the Filippini Fathers, the first Court of the city and now the prestigious headquarter of the Franco Zeffirelli Foundation. Actually, defining it as a foundation is limited: it is a real cultural center hosting a school, a museum, an archive, a library, a […]
What’s the meaning of “Erotically” (“Eroticamente” in italian)? Which is the form of the Eros through the eyes of whom define themselves “children”? The art exploration about this theme can be very interesting if the exploration comes from a group of “infants” (as they call themselves, “Gli Infanti” in italian).
At Triennale Milano the space dedicated to art extends to the coffee. At the Triennale café, from October 2017 to April 2018, takes place the review named “Materialmente”, a series of exhibitions curated by Angelo Crespi to rethink traditional techniques in a contemporary way through the proposals of young artists already established on Italian and […]
Bill Beckley (Hamburg, Pennsylvania, 1946) is one of the main exponents of international Narrative Art, which he approaches starting from the 60s with a conceptual approach strongly influenced by semiotic studies.
Wars and migrations are one of the most characteristic traits of our present and the global interference of these phenomena has had strong repercussions also on artistic production, which in recent years has explored the aesthetic, social and geopolitical implications of this epochal conjuncture with various levels of involvement and deepening.
The Guidi&Schoen Gallery of Contemporary Art in Genoa houses a double opening and a twofold narration: on one side “Alex Pinna Stories”, the solo exhibition of the Ligurian artist which is shown principally on the main floor of the Gallery, while on the other side, in the basement, we find “Giuseppe Ferrise Woody Wildlife”, the […]
A sophisticated and daring dialogue, almost a forced linkage in its harmonies and dissonances, in its clear points of contact (first and foremost the human body and its unilateral and bidirectional relations) and its hidden clues, sometimes elusive.
The story of Vivian Maier, a talented self-taught photographer who immortalized US society of the economic boom in lively street shots between the ‘50s and the ’70s, is still largely shrouded in mystery and her impressive photographic archive, which emerged a dozen years ago in fortuitous circumstances, it is a fascinating case of posthumous rediscovery […]