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.
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 […]
On March 27, during the miart and Design Week, Pierre Dupont (collective of young curators Giulia De Giorgi, Michela Murialdo, Giovanni Paolin, Roberta Perego, Davide Spagnoletto) presents at Spazio MIL in Sesto San Giovanni the final show of a project that, for a period of six months, involved six young Italian artists.
The city’s suburbs are increasingly surrounded by disused factories and buildings that rise like gloomy witnesses of recent upheavals of the globalized economy and the consequent production and social changes:
Bevilacqua la Masa Foundation’s residency program in Venice, which offers the assignement of twelve studios to as many young artists, is among the oldest in Europe and finishes with an exhibition that arises at the end of a complex annual experience. “I laid down to sleep among murderers”,
Unique in the international sound art, Swiss artist Zimoun tells us about his art based on the research of the expressive potential of the mechanical sound in relation to space, as well as on the analysis of a possible aesthetic visual translation of the sound mechanism.