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Open House

Los Angeles based artist Liz Glynn reinterprets the Whitney Ballroom – one of the grandest NY Fifth Avenue interior spaces – displacing outdoor concrete furniture next to Central Park.





The book edited by Samuel Bianchini and Erik Verhagen marks the centrality of relational practices in art, whose roots can be traced back to the 60s, and underlines how the most recent artistic practices aim to create a new and direct relationship with the public.


Reviews / Marco Petroni


NYsferatu by Andrea Mastrovito is a powerful public art project that engages diverse immigrant communities in telling their stories to the world.


Video / Andrea Mastrovito


Vida in Plaza de la Hoja

With hundreds of leaves to write the word “vida”, Boa Mistura wishes a new beginning for the families relocated in this new urbanization of social houses in Bogotá.




As If It Were Already Here

Janet Echelman’s monumental, aerial sculpture is suspended over Boston’s Rose Kennedy Greenway knitting together the urban fabric and echoing with its form the history of its location.



Shani Ha: EmpathiCity

Shani Ha intervenes on different cities to make them more empathic through a sculptural layer of softness between the toughness of the city and her exposed citizens.