To have a personal vision of the world and the expressive ability to translate it onto the canvas are two conditions often traced, in painters, to accomplished the stage of artistic growth called “maturity”. Dickon Drury (Salisbury, 1986), a young British painter recently graduated at the Slade School of Art, at the age of 31 […]
The Canadian artistic duo, composed by Caitlind r.c. Brown & Wayne Garrett, is internationally recognized for their site-specific interventions, aimed to redefine environmental or urban contexts through collective actions. Their practice emerges as an assembling strategy, catalyst of experiences, drawn from the encountering of social contexts and landscape.
Krnajski started his engagement in the institutions of the system in 1998 – he was elected president of ULUS and works on the expansion, systematization and legalization of free-lanced artists rights and improvement of their legal status.
Getulio Alviani (Udine, September 5th, 1939) left this world (February 24th in Milan) after a battle with a merciless illness. He was, no doubt, one of the most important, internationally speaking, representatives of the Programmed Art.
Sara Lorusso (Bologna, 1995) studied photography at Spazio Labò and she is currently attending a photography, film and television course in the Academy of Fine Arts. Her artistic research, ranging from the analogical image to installations that stimulate the interaction of the viewer, investigates the multiple possibilities of communication and misunderstanding generated by the new […]
2017 is a successful year for Andrea Prandi, whose works were exhibited at the 57. Venice International Biennial in La Marge exhibition curated by Daniele Radini Tedeschi in the Guatemala Pavillion, during the Expo of Bologna and the XI Florence Biennale (just to name a few).
Ina Lounguine is a Ukrainian artist. Born in 1993 in Odessa. Younger daughter in a family of activists and intellectuals has grown up with great curiosity and awareness. She graduated from Tavricheskaya in St. Petersburg and completed her Master in Aesthetics and Culture at The Ukrainian Academy of Arts.
In his exhibitions conceived as infinitely mirroring games, Ovidiu Hulubei attempts to displace perception – first, by frustrating it, second, by allowing it to conceive of its complete Other. The works are often deceivingly interactive, calling for a response from the passer-by, either as a leap of imagination which never hits the bottom of reality, […]
Cristian Chironi uses different languages and materials, often relating them. In a combination of elements, suggestions, input, emotions, which lead to new visual narratives and perceptions. He has realized performative and installative site-specific works,
The camouflage is a technique by which some animals, but also some plants or people, conceal themselves, mingling with the surrounding environment. Its reasons may be different, as well as its forms, but the intent remains the same: be less recognizable.