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<p>After a B.A. in Art History, I am currently studying Visual Arts and Curatorial Studies at NABA, Milan. I have matured a strong interest in the research and the curatorship and in the anthropological and psychological nature of the visual arts.</p>

Fino al 14 gennaio la mostra curata da Ester Coen "è solo un inizio. 1968" riempie la prima sala, le gallerie adiacenti e parte

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Quell’angolino delicatamente piegato verso l’alto nelle labbra delle cortigiane rivela molto più di qualsiasi testo storico sulla vitalità dei centri cittadini e i “quartieri

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L'Attico fece sparire il rapporto contemplativo tra visitatore e opere, l’immobilismo dello spazio e dell’artista promosso dall'estetica modernista. Perché i suoi artisti navigarono sul

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  Up to the 9th of April 2017, HangarBicocca (Milan) will host an exhibition of Turner Prize 2013 winner Laure Prouvost’s works. Curated by Roberta

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Mao Tongqiang Tools

The impressive work of collecting and exhibiting documents and materials by Mao Tongqiang's works is a real cultural operation.

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Loser Golia

Many have tried to frame Rome, to place it in a specific point in time or space, to define it. We know that this

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Disrupting and questioning established things. Isn’t that what art should be all about?

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Domon Ken captured the vast spectrum of emotions of Japanese people throughout almost 50 years

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Yes. Monumenta 2016 at Grand Palais, Paris, is over. But some thoughts came out about the majestic installation of Huang Yong Ping, Empires, especially

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Arte Povera was a more or less spontaneous reaction by a still rural and poor country against the rampant industrialization of the US and

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Pratt's comics and illustrations were the lens through which he explored and studied human relationships, which I found extremely interesting.

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That is what Futurism was about: destroying of the old system of ideas in order to give space to the roaring modernity

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Rome. The performance that developed April 21 and 22 2016 along the banks of the River Tiber was an inspiring gift by South African

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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

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"To become truly immortal a work of art must escape all human limits: logic and common sense will only interfere. But once these barriers

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The exhibition FRACTURES: The Multi-faceted Side of Unity (March 20 – March 28, 2016), is on show at the Scuderie Aldobrandini museum in Frascati

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Yes. It's true. Andy Warhol made pop images and icons reach their climax. Exploring the boundaries between product, production, and reproduction, Warhol was a

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The red walls of Dorothy Circus Gallery host the irreverent show of the American street artist Ron English (1966, Texas).

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Every artist starts from prototypes. Gagosian gallery (Rome) turns its space into a huge artist studio, displaying and exploring the process and research behind

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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

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Nineteenth and twentieth century art enthusiasts will find their temple in the eternal city, at Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea (GNAM).

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Painting and sculpture in auge at the Lorcan O’Neill. A triumph of the image, the icon, and the symbolic.

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Four women stand still. They are staring at you. Someone may say that they are pure forms. I state, instead, that they are the

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Art might not be the most current issue in such an historical period. Neither can it do a lot to change the world. Well,

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On Malraux's birthday week, I suggest you an uncommon retrospective on one of the most influential artists of all times art, given indeed by

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After 10 years Kentridge has come back to Rome with his brand new project and honourable mission.

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Shown until December 12 at Fondazione Giuliani (Rome, Italy), “Consequences” is the irreverent curatorial project held by the American artist Jay Heikes.

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A sincere attachment to a primordial earth and its prime materials is what pervades the variegated oeuvre of a not-so-much-know Italian artist Gastone Primon.

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The entire YBA generation appears throughout the pages of this easily-readable book as seen through the jocose but attentive eye of Gregor Muir –

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A site-specific project of stained-glass windows – doubtlessly magnificent and sensational – is what the exhibition at the Gagosian Gallery in Rome (shown until

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