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Mozzarella in a coach

Presented at the Venice Biennale, the book Mozzarella in carrozza recounts the friendship between Silvia Macchetto and 40 artists, invited to take part in a sumptuous imaginary banquet. #fridayreads


Reviews / Beatrice Zamponi


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.


Art / Beatrice Zamponi


In Rome, Annette Messager presents 15 works, some conceived for Villa Medici while others are among the most significant in her long career: a universe of small things, made up of everyday gestures and materials, often related to a feminine and intimate world.


Art / Beatrice Zamponi


Robert Polidori

The Canadian photographer Robert Polidori talks about his recent artistic portraits: metropolises such as Amman, Mumbai and Rio de Janeiro, where urban sprawl has a spontaneous cellular structure.


Interviews / Beatrice Zamponi


The intensity of the gaze

The American artist John Currin, who uses distorted forms to describe the reality, talks about his cultural references: from the photography of Carlo Mollino to paintings by Poussin.


Art / Beatrice Zamponi

The Lasting

The first exhibition at the renovated Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Moderna e Contemporanea in Rome opens like a book and plays on a sort of duplicity, where the artworks seem to speak to one another about time.


Art / Beatrice Zamponi