Yto Barrada, Rossella Biscotti, Eric Baudelaire, Jorg Herold, Christoph Keller, Jakub Woynarowski are the six artists featured in the exhibition Giant steps are what you take, fourth installment of “Conversation Piece”, a project created by Fondazione Memmo in Rome.
Between September and October David Medalla was a guest of the Galleria Enrico Astuni to prepare the exhibition Locus Solus. Homage to Arthur Rimbaud curated by Lorenzo Bruni, which opened on December 2nd. The artist has created especially for the gallery a new series of works conceived as a kind of interior diary in which […]
Humankind has always been associated with other entities: animals, objects, elements, conventions, beliefs, concepts, ideas. From the twentieth century onwards, even with systems, processes and machines that have expanded the relational network on which collective existence is based, renegotiating the anthropocentric perspective with which the human being tends to approach the world.
“Knowledge of the past generates the birth of new ideas and create new forms of beauty.” Antonio Ratti The exhibition The fabric as art: Antonio Ratti entrepreneur and patron is remarkable for more than one reason.
Marco Giordano is an artist, whose research pivots on anthropomorphic features and collaborative creation. He recently presented Pathetic Fallacy at Il Colorificio, Milan, as an installation consisting of LED plantation lights and five long silicone strings (Duuuude, 2017).
Connect the viewer with a removed part of historical and civil memory, save events from the irreparable state of uncertainty: the priorities in Francesco Arena’s artistic career are overtly challenging, almost utopian.
“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 […]