MAXXI, Rome – The Eden by Marcello Lo Giudice (Taormina, 1957) have been on show until June 12, 2017. The large size canvases open like windows on parallel worlds, far-off planets, deserts made of pure pigments and inspired by the invisible sounds of the Universe.
Sound art is now an extremely productive field of experimentation for contemporary art, and it represents an increasingly inexhaustible source of research for artists and scholars who, thanks to digital technologies, can reach unexpected results.
Fiction writer Philip Dick (1981) wrote: “The fishes do not carry rifles.” With this phrase, extracted from “The Divine Invasion”, the author imagines a disarmed and fluid society like the open sea in which to dive and re-emerge, giving shape to multiform events.
Fiction is a Terrible Enemy has been the solo show of Californian artist Will Benedict, organized in Rome by Giuliani Foundation. The thread of works, including videos, gouache, and posters, is the investigation of the relationship between reality and fiction, triggering a reflection on the dangers of the stories we tell ourselves to live serene.
In the sixties and seventies, among the artists in Turin with a marked individuality, belonging or not to the Arte Povera, Piero Gilardi was certainly the oddest, both for the typology and for the social purposes of his works. It should be mentioned that he was used to act with the same rigor of the poveristi,
Whether the room of a gallery or the pavilion of the Biennale, the space that houses an installation by James Beckett is often characterized by its disturbing atmosphere. We had left the artist with the millimetric movements of the robotic arm of Negative Space: A Scenario Generator for Clandestine Building in Africa, for the Belgian […]
Trajectory is the title chosen for Yorgos Stamkopoulos (1983 Katerini, Greece) solo exhibition, a site specific, unique and unrepeatable installation designed and made exclusively for Mario Iannelli Gallery in Rome. A work in which the viewer, at first greeted by pleasant tones,
by Luciano Marucci with a commemorative text by Bruno Corà The sudden death of Jannis Kounellis, on 16 February, just when he was at the height of his activity and was called to exhibit especially overseas, has deeply affected the international cultural environment.
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.
Can you tell us what we find on the website? Maria Giovanna Virga: The website was launched on October 12. Besides its practical purpose, we want it to be research material too. Now you can find a statement, a list of our sponsors and media partners, the names of the artists and their works. Since […]