Interview with Andrea Bianconi on the occasion of his Fantastic Planet exhibition at the CAMeC in La Spezia, that will be open until September 30, 2018.
With the exhibition BRAZIL. Knife in the flesh, PAC in Milan continues to explore the non-European countries through contemporary art, a project started on the occasion of Expo 2015, by introducing until September 9th a selection of 30 Brazilian artists, active from the Seventies onwards.
Federica Schiavo Gallery presents the second solo show of the american artist Karthik Pandian in Milan. The exhibition Tamil Man is courageous and ambitious, it is a project that faces the issue of the identity.
In the creative dimension of Leonor Antunes (Lisbon, 1972), concepts such as materiality and form of the artwork constantly coexist finding a profound, symbolic and historical meaning. The starting point for the installations of the artist is an investigation into materials and their functional dimension that embraces the processes of production and the spatial context […]
“The whole life (…) announces itself as an immense accumulation of shows. Everything that was directly experienced has turned away into a representation. The show is not a set of images, but a social relationship between people, mediated by images.”
The ordinary time of everyday life is slow, proceeds through accumulations and overlaps that silently encumber our mental space and trigger an infinite process of construction and erosion that forms the material of memories.
Entering the little big world of David Horvitz is a matter of few steps: once you have climbed down the metal ladder that leads to the Loom Gallery, you will find yourself comfortably detached from the reality of the city, and here, beneath the surface of Milan, imagery of asphalt gives way to imagery of […]
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.
Sculpture is construction, it is the manipulation of materials and objects, it is the creation of new physical and mental spaces that fragment or dilate our perception of reality provoking doubts and unveiling interspaces of meaning otherwise destined to remain hidden.