On the occasion of the exhibition by Marlena Kudlicka “sugar in the ashes. Official Capacity”, curated by Anna Tomczak presented at La BF15 in Lyon until July 28, 2017, we discussed with both the artist and curator.
What do the Academy students take in the intricate art system they are about to enter? What creative languages do theyprefer and what aspects of reality do they think it is more urgent to emerge? What are for the so-called digital natives the distinctive features of our time and how do they envision the future?
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.
Clima Gallery hosts until 10th June 2017 It’s nice to know the things you lost were real, the first Italian solo show of Will Stewart. Consistent with his modus operandi, the artist offers to the viewer visual and objectified suggestions of either physical and emotional itineraries which are cues of pristine individual thoughts.
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.
Until June 25, the spaces of the Andito degli Angiolini of Palazzo Pitti in Florence host a small retrospective entitled Maria Lassnig Woman Power curated by Wolfang Drechsler and promoted by the Gallerie degli Uffizi, the Albertina Museum and the Maria Lassnig Foundation.
Ina Lounguine is a Ukrainian artist. Born in 1993 in Odessa. Younger daughter in a family of activists and intellectuals has grown up with great curiosity and awareness. She graduated from Tavricheskaya in St. Petersburg and completed her Master in Aesthetics and Culture at The Ukrainian Academy of Arts.
The semantic nature of the ruins lies exactly halfway between oblivion and memory: if the former is the cause of their very existence, they remain in the landscape, reassuring the mind that death is not the end of everything.
At Caterina Tognon gallery, Venice, is currently on view LEDA / GRECALE by Andrea Grotto and Cristiano Focacci Menchini, a double solo show with the latest works by the two young artists. We talked about it with Andrea Grotto.