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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.


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

William Kentridge: Triumphs and Laments

Created with a technique deliberately ephemeral, Kentridge’s monumental frieze along the River Tiber offers a reading of the history of Rome, which contrasts splendour and misery, glory and defeat.


Art / Beatrice Zamponi