Laura Grisi has never been only an Italian Pop Art member, either she was simply a sculptor or a painter, a photographer, certainly not just a video artist.
Salvami | Andata-ritorno is the new installation by Franco Mazzucchelli promoted by Ventura Centrale, CRAMUM and FAS-Ferrante Aporti Sammartini Association with the support of Fondazione Cure Onlus, Municipio 2 Milano and in collaboration with the Museo del Novecento, which will be presented from 16 to 22 April curated by Sabino Maria Frassà during the Milan […]
Last 8 th March at MIA PHOTO Fair the BNL Prize BNP Paribas Group, awarded by a jury of experts to the best among the artists proposed by the galleries, was awarded to the Joie de Vivre project by Letizia Cariello, represented by the Massimo Minini Gallery in Brescia.
At Triennale Milano the space dedicated to art extends to the coffee. At the Triennale café, from October 2017 to April 2018, takes place the review named “Materialmente”, a series of exhibitions curated by Angelo Crespi to rethink traditional techniques in a contemporary way through the proposals of young artists already established on Italian and […]
Wars and migrations are one of the most characteristic traits of our present and the global interference of these phenomena has had strong repercussions also on artistic production, which in recent years has explored the aesthetic, social and geopolitical implications of this epochal conjuncture with various levels of involvement and deepening.
The Guidi&Schoen Gallery of Contemporary Art in Genoa houses a double opening and a twofold narration: on one side “Alex Pinna Stories”, the solo exhibition of the Ligurian artist which is shown principally on the main floor of the Gallery, while on the other side, in the basement, we find “Giuseppe Ferrise Woody Wildlife”, the […]
The unreachable, fertile, home-studio of Olimpia Biasi stands out against a grey-white, February, Treviso horizon. Unreachable, by length, a pink gauge to which the green of her famous garden draws near, a living wall against a predictable winter background.
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 […]
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.