• Reviews
  • The Gelman collection: Mexican art of the twentieth century. Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera and the Mexican Renaissance.


    In 1941 Jacques Gelman, a Russian jew escaped from the October Revolution, meets and marries Natasha Zahalkaha in Mexico City and two years later commissioned Diego Rivera the portrait of his wife thus enshrining the beginning of a deep friendship and of a collection that will bring together the works of the greatest Mexican artists […]

  • Reviews
  • Selfmanagement


    In recent years it has been increasingly strengthened in the contemporary art world the tendency to consider the curatorial activities in an authorship way with a proliferation of thematic exhibitions in which the works are selected to reinforce a view of the bottom of the project often mortifying the deeper reasons of the artists who […]

  • Reviews
  • A tile, some milk, a machine and logistic. Photographs of Emilia Romagna at work.


    In synergy with the European Photography Festival in Reggio Emilia, focusing this year on a representation of the landscape that finds in the concept of street its main theme, MAST Foundation pays tribute to the Via Emilia with a collective exhibition of international photographers who analyze and interpret through their shots the main road artery […]