“..Superhuman silences and deep quiet.” These were the existentialist feelings that wound Leopardi, intended to gaze at the horizon from the hill of “The Infinity”, and those are exactly the same feelings that are perceived observing some of the photos exhibited at Gam in Turin in the show “Suggestions of Italy”, open up to September […]
At the beginning of the 1930s the illustrated press had reached a culminating point, with the publication of magazines with photographic reports from every corner of the world through which readers could travel with their minds and feel witness to what was happening in places that they would never have been able to see firsthand.
A famous song by Leonard Cohen narrates that love is a march. In everyday life, we march as winners and we march as losers. Thus, Tony Solis new photography project presented at the Enrique Guerrero Gallery in Mexico City, Love is not a victory march,
Among the multiple functions of the photographic image, there is an ability to create iconographical records or visual archives by putting together the heterogeneous fragments of historical memory.
The Armani / Silos presents the exhibition Racconti Immaginari. Paolo Ventura (Imaginary Stories. Paolo Ventura). More than one hundred works are displayed: photos, scenographies, objects and installations. The show is a complete overview about the research that the artist has executed in his career.
“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.”
Since the early Seventies Adriano Altamira (Milan, 1947) has established himself as an artist and as a historian and critic of contemporary art, becoming one of the prominent authors of the then rising conceptual generation.
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.
Bill Beckley (Hamburg, Pennsylvania, 1946) is one of the main exponents of international Narrative Art, which he approaches starting from the 60s with a conceptual approach strongly influenced by semiotic studies.
A sophisticated and daring dialogue, almost a forced linkage in its harmonies and dissonances, in its clear points of contact (first and foremost the human body and its unilateral and bidirectional relations) and its hidden clues, sometimes elusive.