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Injecting soul into devices
 

Injecting soul into devices

To illustrate the complexity of the kitchen, Germano Celant and Silvana Annicchiarico, curator and director of the 8th Triennale Design Museum, opted for an angle that exemplifies the transformation from the artisanal kitchen to the industrialised one: the universe of electric appliances.

 

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Spalletti’s Suspended Hour
 

Spalletti’s Suspended Hour

The close dialogue developed by Ettore Spalletti with the Palazzo Cini in Venice makes him one of today’s most poetic and classical contemporary artists.

 

Reviews / Elisabetta Longari

Fashion as social energy

At Palazzo Morando, Milan, 14 artists represent clothing a a form of social energy, able to act as catalysts for change encompassing desire, needs, and critical angles on the present.

 

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Broodthaers at Monnaie
 

Broodthaers at Monnaie

At the Monnaie de Paris, a retrospective on Marcel Broodthaers, thanks to outstanding loans, adds sense, valuable notes and information to his personal mythology and research.

 

Reviews / Ivo Bonacorsi

Crossing the Tide
 

Crossing the Tide

To raise awareness on issues linked to climate change, Taiwanese artist Vincent J.F. Huang has created an installation for the Tuvalu Pavilion that challenges our experience of the landscape.

 

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All roads lead to Schengen

The exhibition at FRAC Lorraine aims to rewrite the history of movements and struggle from women’s perspective to raise awareness and challenge hasty opinion.

 

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Two Days After Forever
 

Two Days After Forever

Christodoulos Panayiotou, representing Cyprus at Venice Art Biennale, uses archaeology as the discipline to compose his exploration on the social-economic mechanisms that govern the relationship between tradition and modernity.

 

Reviews / Martina Angelotti

Politically poetical
 

Politically poetical

In the U.S. Pavilion at Venice Art Biennale, They Come to Us without a Word by Joan Jonas is a poetical political single art work occupying the five pavilion’s galleries.

 

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V&A Illustration Awards

The American born artist Sterling Hundley was named as the overall winner of the V&A Illustration Awards 2015 in a ceremony held at the Museum on May, 18th.

 

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Avant-garde photography
 

Avant-garde photography

On view at MoMA the first museum survey of Grete Stern and Horacio Coppola, influential avant-garde artists and founders of modern Latin American photography.

 

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Saul Steinberg in Milan
 

Saul Steinberg in Milan

An exhibition on view at Politecnico di Milano celebrates the American sketcher Saul Steinberg presenting his work in Milan, as well as a few fragments of his work.

 

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Steve Messam: PaperBridge

Set against the verdant greens of the Helvellyn peak in the Lake District, a bridge made entirely from paper takes its place in the British countryside to defy both belief and gravity.

 

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