For twenty years Christian Boltanski (Paris, 1944) has a privileged relationship with Bologna: in 1997 the city hosted his first great Italian solo show where the artwork Les Regards was presented, inspired by photographs of fugitives partisans that relatives placed In a corner of Piazza Nettuno after Liberation,
One of the most significant consequences of the omnipresent multiplication of the image in the media era is the crushing of reality in a myriad of visual testimonies leveled by the net that are increasingly populist and unable to produce reliable hierarchies of meaning.
Clima Gallery presents Chassis, the solo show of Andrew Ross, until September 9th. The title indicates the supporting structure on which the parts of the car are engaged. The context of the exhibition is the operative process called Do It Yourself that either permits to build the object wanted with easily reachable materials
On the occasion of the exhibition by Marlena Kudlicka “sugar in the ashes. Official Capacity”, curated by Anna Tomczak presented at La BF15 in Lyon until July 28, 2017, we discussed with both the artist and curator.
“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”.
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
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,
Clima Gallery hosts until 10th June 2017 It’s nice to know the things you lost were real, the first Italian solo show of Will Stewart. Consistent with his modus operandi, the artist offers to the viewer visual and objectified suggestions of either physical and emotional itineraries which are cues of pristine individual thoughts.
With the exhibition of Marco Ceroni GALLLERIAPIÙ turns itself into an exploded urban space where decontextualized and manipulated objects and fragments of reality amplify the imaginative potential of seemingly inert details of everyday life. Interacting with semantic vacuum gaps that show the artificiality of our environment,