Federica Schiavo Gallery presents the second solo show of the american artist Karthik Pandian in Milan. The exhibition Tamil Man is courageous and ambitious, it is a project that faces the issue of the identity.
In the creative dimension of Leonor Antunes (Lisbon, 1972), concepts such as materiality and form of the artwork constantly coexist finding a profound, symbolic and historical meaning. The starting point for the installations of the artist is an investigation into materials and their functional dimension that embraces the processes of production and the spatial context […]
“The whole life (…) announces itself as an immense accumulation of shows. Everything that was directly experienced has turned away into a representation. The show is not a set of images, but a social relationship between people, mediated by images.”
The exhibition Shape of light, curated by Simon Baker, Shoair Mavlian and Sarah Allen, at the TATE Modern until October 14 2018, celebrates 100 years of Abstract Photography by tracing an artistic path that, from the first historical avant-gardes moves towards Abstractionism, Minimalism and contemporary artistic practices by addressing a reflection on the language of […]
The Fernando García Ponce Museum in Mérida, Yucatán, presents an interesting exhibition dedicated to the creative research of Alberto Bañuelos Fournier (Burgos, 1946) entitled La liturgia de las piedras.
The ordinary time of everyday life is slow, proceeds through accumulations and overlaps that silently encumber our mental space and trigger an infinite process of construction and erosion that forms the material of memories.
Entering the little big world of David Horvitz is a matter of few steps: once you have climbed down the metal ladder that leads to the Loom Gallery, you will find yourself comfortably detached from the reality of the city, and here, beneath the surface of Milan, imagery of asphalt gives way to imagery of […]
Since the early Seventies Adriano Altamira (Milan, 1947) has established himself as an artist and as a historian and critic of contemporary art, becoming one of the prominent authors of the then rising conceptual generation.
Franz Erhard Walther. Objects, to use. Instruments for processes – is the first comprehensive survey exhibition of Franz Erhard Walther’s work (Fulda, Germania, 1939) presented in Mexico and Latin America.