“Luca Maria Patella did not accept the flattery of a perbenist conformism that tends to replicate forms already consumed in the name of a commercial speculation. He always contests not for an ideological fact, but for choosing to let himself be guided by a search that does not allow himself to be scavenged, which escapes […]
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).
Your Ruins Are My Flag is the emblematic title selected by Mircea Cantor for the exhibition hosted by Giuliani Foundation for Contemporary Art in Rome until December 16, 2017. The artist exhibits, for the first time in Italy, a corpus of 10 new works, which bring the user into the History of our contemporaneity and […]
The artistic research by Eva Marisaldi (Bologna, 1966) focuses on exploring the various creative and cognitive processes that derive from the crooked and unusual observation of apparently banal situations. Utilizing a wide range of expressive media, such as design, performance, installation and video, the artist investigates the private dimension of physical and mental objects that […]
Clare Lilley – responsible for the Frieze Sculpture Park section of the Frieze Art Fair 2017 – had had the functional idea to anticipate the opening of the exhibition to July 5th and to close it on October 8th along with the Fair, thus increasing the interest for public art also among a great number […]
Music plays in the distance, melancholic Latin music; someone has passed by this house, we aren’t meant to know who, perhaps because time doesn’t exist down there. The presences are dreamlike, unconscious, they’re stories that continue in an undefined area between past and present.
The third edition of Darsena Residency at Massimodeluca comes to an end with the exhibition Tigers in Flip-Flops, on view until next October, 15. We talked about it with its protagonists, the Italian-Belgian duo VOID (Arnaud Eeckhout & Mauro Vitturini) and the Portuguese Marco Godinho.
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.