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Electronic Renaissance

We encountered Bill Viola at the Palazzo Strozzi exhibition retracing his entire career. He talks about his work and his relationship with Florence, where art is all-pervasive and becomes therapeutic.


Reviews / Beatrice Zamponi


Landscape camouflage

Hilario Isola took a detail from a famous painting by Giuseppe Pellizza da Volpedo and transformed it into a large scale site-specific installation as part of a wider project.



Life Is Cheap

On display at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York, Anicka Yi’s installations ask incisive questions about human psychology and the workings of society.




Miroslaw Balka

“Crossover/s” – the Miroslaw Balka exhibition at HangarBicocca in Milan – starts and ends with a yellow line, tracing a ghostly intersection within which all the other 18 works are arranged.


Reviews / Ilaria Bombelli


A Wunderkammer for Collectors

Some considerations on the future of design after the whirlwind of Miart and the Salone. How are roles, channels and interactions being redefined in a complex and increasingly articulated chain of production and consumption?  


Reviews / Raffaella Poletti

Poly Pluto Pluri

On show at the Galería OMR in Mexico City, “Poly Pluto Pluri” offers an overview of Atelier Van Lieshout’s practice from the early 1990’s to date.