The Officine dell’Immagine Gallery presents the third solo show dedicated to Gohar Dashti (Ahvaz, Iran – 1980), from 8 February to 24 March 2018. Curated by Silvia Cirelli, entitled Fragile, handle with care.
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.
Carlo Gabriele Tribbioli’s second solo show at Federica Schiavo Gallery is the final landing of a long investigation about the war carried out by the artist, in collaboration with the film director Federico Lodoli, between 2011 and 2016, starting from a series of documentary shots taken in Liberia.
Art in Russia has always been considered a determining factor for the intellectual and spiritual development of society and an articulated network of state structures and private foundations have constantly invested in the enhancement of an artistic heritage whose visibility, due to the strong political tensions international and to an atavistic attitude on the part […]
It’s by no means a light-hearted feeling, what permeates the art of Kusama Yayoi, but a sense of anguish that is derived by her eternal obsession, which comes to be transfigured into different art forms such as paintings, sculptures and installations.
When talent and human being meet each other, something wonderful may happen. In the artistic world, young artists encounter many obstacles when it comes to emerge and impose their own artistic style. However, their personality can act as a counterweight. Let’s discover Petr Gruber, a young talent born and grew up in Czech Republic.
The greatest masterpieces of Western art history have been created thanks to a centuries-old religious patronage and the willingness of lay commissioners to flaunt a magnificent devotion to facilitate their access to Eternal Life or some diplomatic relationship in the earthly one.
After an idea by Paolo Cirio, Evidentiary Realism is an exhibition platform that features a selection of artists involved in forensic, investigative and documentary practices, presented at NOME Gallery in Berlin from 1 December 2017 to 24 February 2018. Paolo Cirio, curator of the project, recounts how this particular form of realism in art is […]
It is said that in the world, today inhabited by more than 7 billion people, there are at least 7 identical to each of us: if it is true, how likely we are to meet them and why this idea has always fascinated man who in over the centuries has faced the theme of double […]
The optical theories of Rood and Chevreul have changed the way of conceiving vision, triggering the crazy experiments of Seurat and promising the birth of pointillisme. Photography, in the same years, was forcing easel painting to go beyond the mimesis of the real. Electromagnetism and the advent of transoceanic cable, to provide a last example, […]