The gallery Yamamoto Keiko Roichaix hosts the solo-exhibition of artist Alessandro Roma (b.1977, Milan) who, in dialogue with the exhibition space and the vibrant socio-cultural context of London, asks the viewer to supersede the limits of the visible to discover the rhythms of the reverie, as highlighted by the curator, Marina Dacci.
It has been inaugurated last September 23rd at the Galleria Nazionale dell’Umbria, the exhibition Hans Hartung Polyptiques which rapresents an unprecedented opportunity to deepen the value of the production of this great artist, through the exposure of a series of works belonging to the second half of his creative phase; perhaps the least known to […]
“Art is a footprint in the infinite space.” Here is what Milan Grygar told me speaking about art, when we had a short interview by email last summer. Born in 1926, slovenian, Grygar, since the early 1960s, has confirmed himself as an innovator of visual arts thanks to his experimentations through drawing, until reaching the […]
“The mind loves the unknown. It loves images whose meaning is unknown, since the meaning of the mind itself is unknown”, says René Magritte. This theory befits Fatemeh Pakdel’s artworks which are currently exhibiting in the Vista Art Gallery in Tehran.
One year after his first solo show, Francesco Candeloro returns to gallery Studio G7 with a project entirely devoted to painting, in which the architectural vocation of his famous plexiglass work is linked to his academic training by hybridizing traditional materials with industrial products not strictly related to art.
The Court of Redonda is a major solo exhibition of new work by the British artist Stephen Chambers, presented by The Heong Gallery at Downing College in the University of Cambridge as a Collateral Event of the 57th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia. Curated by Emma Hill, The Court of Redonda centres […]
From 2 to 30 September, Salvo Ligama is on display at Palazzo della Cultura in Catania with his first solo show in Sicily, Catania Infinite Jest. The exhibition is the result of an articulated work, developed in new and diversified languages, resulting in a virtuous relationship between tradition and innovation.
Cos’altro se non saper uscire dalle corde Mario Santiago An hole of circularity on the rim of a linear contour. The effect is expansion, an escape from the supporting soundtrack, an alternation of full and empty that aspires to the fullness of plastic volumes,
Born in Bologna in 1928 and moved to Paris in the late 1950s, Salvatore Nocera, an artist who was intellectually restless and reserved, never exhibited in his hometown and left evanescent and confused traces of his artistic production, neglecting titles and dating and sometimes coming to destroying his own works or claiming possession once sold.
For those who are in Venice until July 12, the spaces of Cini Foundation on the Island of San Giorgio Maggiore host the exhibition Alighiero Boetti: Minimum/Maximum curated by Luca Massimo Barbero, director of the Institute of Art History of the Giorgio Cini Foundation, with the collaboration of the Alighiero Boetti Archive and the valuable support […]