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After earning a BA in Art History (with concentration on modern and contemporary art) she realized her deep interest in museum studies while attending the MA in Visual Arts and Curatorial studies in Milan. Her research is focused on the cultural dynamics of museums and public collections and on their capacity of creating critical spirit within different audiences.

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Sempre più frequentemente, ipotesi per risolvere il problema dell'accessibilità all'arte contemporanea vengono da quegli attori che intendono applicarvi delle logiche di tipo profittevole. Ma

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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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