The impressive work of collecting and exhibiting documents and materials by Mao Tongqiang's works is a real cultural operation.
Domon Ken captured the vast spectrum of emotions of Japanese people throughout almost 50 years
Yes. Monumenta 2016 at Grand Palais, Paris, is over. But some thoughts came out about the majestic installation of Huang Yong Ping, Empires, especially
Arte Povera was a more or less spontaneous reaction by a still rural and poor country against the rampant industrialization of the US and
That is what Futurism was about: destroying of the old system of ideas in order to give space to the roaring modernity
Rome. The performance that developed April 21 and 22 2016 along the banks of the River Tiber was an inspiring gift by South African
Both Romantic and Symbolist, the work of Gaetano Previati (1852-1920) is part of that last Italian attempt to create an art of an aesthetic
Every artist starts from prototypes. Gagosian gallery (Rome) turns its space into a huge artist studio, displaying and exploring the process and research behind
Shown until 14th February, "Impressionist and Modern. Masterworks from The Phillips Collection" is not the classical art-history-teaching exhibition, nor the chronological table of artistic
Nineteenth and twentieth century art enthusiasts will find their temple in the eternal city, at Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea (GNAM).
Painting and sculpture in auge at the Lorcan O’Neill. A triumph of the image, the icon, and the symbolic.
Four women stand still. They are staring at you. Someone may say that they are pure forms. I state, instead, that they are the
Art might not be the most current issue in such an historical period. Neither can it do a lot to change the world. Well,
After 10 years Kentridge has come back to Rome with his brand new project and honourable mission.
Shown until December 12 at Fondazione Giuliani (Rome, Italy), “Consequences” is the irreverent curatorial project held by the American artist Jay Heikes.
A site-specific project of stained-glass windows – doubtlessly magnificent and sensational – is what the exhibition at the Gagosian Gallery in Rome (shown until