L’arte esposta nel Padiglione Italia diventa dunque strumento per abitare il mondo, per guardare al futuro con una nuova lente.
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 di piacere” in Giappone durante il periodo Edo.
Located in the Abruzzi, in Italy, Pescara is quite an important town. In is a harbor, a highly cultural area and a city of Italian poets, like Gabriele D’Annunzio. The event known as Fuori Uso, held every four years, is an example of the liveliness and vitality of this city.
What does Monday mean for you? Of course, it’s the beginning of the week, a working day, and almost everyone may link Mondays with daily routine. However, the French artist Camille Henrot (Paris, 1978) found a way to use a simple day as an allegory
Instead of the usual Raphael, Leonardo, and the many other artists working in the well-known Florence and Rome, visitors can experience the artistic environment of a lesser known town by displaying the works of its main artists
The exhibition FRACTURES: The Multi-faceted Side of Unity (March 20 – March 28, 2016), is on show at the Scuderie Aldobrandini museum in Frascati (Rome), an historical 17th century building right in the heart of the city. A perfect example of the city's ability to
The fifth solo show of Richard Long at Galleria Lorcan O’Neill, on show until April 30, is dedicated to “mud paintings”. Executed between 2005 and 2016, the selection of works on exhibit involves the presence of mud on canvas, on wood, and on Fabriano paper.
How can we describe Fernando Botero (1932-)’s art? One would say huge figures in movement, glowing faces, and joy. I believe that those definitions work. However, also an artist like Botero, known for his fat and joyful characters, can deal with suffering. Between 2010 and 2012,
One can say that van der Molen’s photographs reveal a new perspective of sensing the landscapes. In a unique way, the artist captures a world of untainted wilderness and of peaceful silence, a world where time ceases to exist. It feels like she disburdens her
In case you did not know, the so-called ‘January blues’ is the feeling one enters once Christmas holidays are over and spring break is yet far off. The weather is cold, it rains most of the time, and streets are too crowded with sales-hunters to
To most people the French post-Impressionist artist is just a dwarf, alcoholic, and ill. However, sir Lautrec was not only a bohemian painter living a miserable life. He was rich. He had a lot of friends, many interests, and the passion of cocktails – meaning
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 techniques, but a visual set of personal sensations and thoughts
“Fortunately, there are no rules in art". For the artist and former lawyer Nathan Sawaya (1971), everything can be art, also LEGO. Those small bricks are his medium to create sculptures, reproduce masterpieces like the Monalisa, and transform a toy into art.
Curated by Hou Hanru and Anne Palopoli, the group show Transformers opened November 11, 2015, (until March 28, 2016) at MAXXI (Museum of 21st Century Arts, Rome). It displays works and projects by Choi Jeong-hwa, Didier Fiuza Faustino, Martino Gamper, and Pedro Reyes: four transformers
Toyen: I see for it is night is an exhibition held at Museum Kampa, the Jan and Meda Mládek Foundation in corporation with the Central and Eastern European Art Foundation. It will be shown from September the 5th 2015 through February the 16th 2016 in