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Tokujin: Spectrum

In his Tokyo exhibition, Tokujin Yoshioka presents his latest installation, offering an almost mystical journey through light with seemingly infinite rainbow colours radiating from prisms.




Pipilotti Rist: Pixel Forest

The Swiss artist explains why she wants her public to lay down on beds. The Danish company Kvadrat made it possible for her huge exhibition at the New Museum in New York.



The Floating World

Ori Gersht’s exhbition in Milan features photographs made after a visit that the artist made to the Zen gardens located in and around Kyoto in Japan.




Give Me Yesterday

The first photographic survey of Osservatorio Prada focuses on the diary as a theme: anything but secret pages that speak of daily lives a bit out of whack, a bit banal and decidedly disillusioned.


Reviews / Ilaria Bombelli


New balance of life

The installation in Tokyo, a collaborative project by architect Kosaku Matsumoto and artist Mitsuhiro Yamagiwa, reviews their casual behaviour in daily life.



Sette Stagioni dello Spirito

On display at Madre, Gian Maria Tosatti explores the city and the community dimension of civil living and connects the absolute of the ethical element with our historical present.