An in-depth conversation with Laura Santamaria, artist and curator of Drawings from Lighting
The launch of the Art + Technology program at Pace Gallery, initiated by President Marc Glimcher at the end of 2015, is the consolidation of an extensive interest in the more contemporary practices that explore the creative potential between visual arts and techno-scientific researches.
At Arcade, London, the solo-exhibition by artist, Luca Bertolo (1968, Milan) suggests both an open interpretation to the works and a powerful sense of communication, as the title states: Everybody is always right. Informed by The Sirens of Titan by Kurt Vonnegut, 1959,
Zaha Hadid, died on March 31 of this year, has been among the most innovative architects of our time. On December 8, the Serpentine Sackler Gallery in London – that she enlarged in 2013 with a multi-functional and aesthetically original permanent structure – inaugurated her solo show.
2016 saw the return to Tate Britain of the “Turner Prize”, the prestigious contest that chooses the best artist under 50 working in the UK. The four finalists represent the current aesthetics indicators and market trends. The solo exhibitions, open until January 2, 2017,
curated by Luciano Marucci In the period William Kentridge was busy carryng out his work “Triumphs and Laments” on the embankment wall along the Tiber all well as other works abroad, he didn’t find (have) time to answer my queries. I therefore contacted him in a later moment and he kindly forwarded the audio file […]
S.B: I think that from here, we can talk about the experience of your work, and you said two interesting points. One point was the relationship with language and the way you want to play with language, as if there is a materiality to it in the work, such as a sensual material that trigger […]
One of the major attractions during the Frieze Art Fair, which each October makes London a popular destination, is the exhibition Sculpture Park with works exhibited in the picturesque Inglese Gardens of Regent’s Park that from last year remain visible three months. For the edition 2016 Clare Lilley, director of the program, has selected nineteen works,