The 24th edition of the most important Italian contemporary art fair starts today in Turin under the direction of Ilaria Bonacossa, which last December replaced Sarah Cosulich, who had leaded the event for 5 consecutive years.
It is a poetic collaboration that one that Grazia Toderi and Orhan Pamuk have embarked on, thinking the light of being beyond the present time, as immersed in the universe. This artistic partnership, both visual and verbal, conveys in Words and Stars, 2013-2016,
Omaggio a Gae Aulenti (Homage to Gae Aulenti) is the title of the exhibition born from the collaboration between the Pinacoteca Giovanni e Marella Agnelli in Turin and the Archive Aulenti in Milan, run by the nephew and curator Nina Artioli. An exhibition that is not a cold and aloof report of the long career of Aulenti but, […]
At the end of his presentation to the press preview of the exhibition Panorama Francesco Jodice says “go and touch the shows …” rightly so, because it is not an exhibition of photography but an exhibition that presents all artistic practices on which it relies the anthropological and political work of Jodice on social issues.
For a long time it has been discussed on the aesthetic qualities of photography and of its being sister of that art that has been consecrated for centuries and names of greatest exponents; it has been said so much that the discussion has gone far beyond the established boundaries
Thinking about an art exhibition organized in the great palaces of culture or in the many “sacred” foundations that sprinkle the peninsula, is thinking about a sort of fascinating mystery. Insiders apart, for the public, the architecture of an exhibition is something that often is enjoyed passively although,
Earthrise, photo taken on December 24, 1968 by William Anders, with the evocative view of the Earth from the Moon, created a shock in the minds of many and a change of perspective in the vision that humanity had of itself and of its planet. No longer something only felt through its daily life, but […]
We are such stuff as dreams are made on, Shakespeare wrote in The Tempest. Faint and evanescent, they are real when produced by the mind and, as the existence of each person, are alive and present until the fading night. Often even beyond.
Art tells stories, lives that are lived or just possible, it invents new ones and creates alternative worlds. In this context, the artist becomes a story-teller, an external narrator that still has an active role in the narration, whose main purpose is to engage the viewer.