“The Third Paradise is the great myth that leads everyone to assume personal responsibility in the global vision.The term paradise comes from the ancient Persian language and it means “protected garden”.
For those who are in Venice until July 12, the spaces of Cini Foundation on the Island of San Giorgio Maggiore host the exhibition Alighiero Boetti: Minimum/Maximum curated by Luca Massimo Barbero, director of the Institute of Art History of the Giorgio Cini Foundation, with the collaboration of the Alighiero Boetti Archive and the valuable support […]
What do the Academy students take in the intricate art system they are about to enter? What creative languages do theyprefer and what aspects of reality do they think it is more urgent to emerge? What are for the so-called digital natives the distinctive features of our time and how do they envision the future?
Basel Art Basel 2017, the world’s best art fair, the most trusted marketplace art marketer, has always sold important works, often new, and has closed with a favorable turnover. Its success is also due to the 76 participations at Unlimited, a unique exhibition platform characterized by over-sized works
The 57th edition of the Venice Biennale, curated and directed by Christine Macel, inaugurates in the spirit of a new humanism, with the purpose of investigating the most urgent needs of art in the process of its making. Despite sensationalism, the approach of Christine Macel is a realistic one, with interest in the artistic practice […]
Is Art History present in contemporary art? How much? In this Biennial it is so massive. Both History and Art History are recalled by various works referring to periods, ways of presenting critical discourse, historical documentation, and so on…
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.