The ordinary time of everyday life is slow, proceeds through accumulations and overlaps that silently encumber our mental space and trigger an infinite process of construction and erosion that forms the material of memories.
Erin Shirreff’s work (Kelowna, Canada, 1975, lives and works in New York), presented for the first time in Italy in the Salone Banca di Bologna at Palazzo De’ Toschi by the curator Simone Menegoi, makes use of disparate materials and techniques (video, photography and sculpture) to investigate the ways in which we perceive objects in […]
Carlo Gabriele Tribbioli’s second solo show at Federica Schiavo Gallery is the final landing of a long investigation about the war carried out by the artist, in collaboration with the film director Federico Lodoli, between 2011 and 2016, starting from a series of documentary shots taken in Liberia.
It is said that in the world, today inhabited by more than 7 billion people, there are at least 7 identical to each of us: if it is true, how likely we are to meet them and why this idea has always fascinated man who in over the centuries has faced the theme of double […]
2017 is a successful year for Andrea Prandi, whose works were exhibited at the 57. Venice International Biennial in La Marge exhibition curated by Daniele Radini Tedeschi in the Guatemala Pavillion, during the Expo of Bologna and the XI Florence Biennale (just to name a few).
Ann Hirsch‘s irreverent artistic research of (1985, Baltimore, lives and works in Los Angeles) explores the role played by women in online space and the tacit conventions that constrain the expression of female sexuality.
The Mart Museum in Rovereto, hosts the third act of the project Words and Stars, 2013-2017, conceived as an artistic association between the visual artist Grazia Toderi and the artist Orhan Pamuk, where images and writing emerge as if transcending the present through the time of memory, and questioning existence by confronting it in dialogue […]
The exhibition PARADOXA returns in the city of Udine with the second chapter of the triennial project which was launched last year and born with the aim to investigate and approach the public to the new forms of the Far East contemporary art.
From May 5 to June 20, Pamela Diamante is on show at The Open Box in Milan, a nonprofit space created by Valentino Albini, Andrea Francolino, Gaspare Luigi Marcone and David Reimondo, with the exhibition project 2016.