An Instagram profile that captures the obscure, surrealistic side of world news: it's an editorial project born digital to become more than that, and also a reflection of its creator. Or maybe just journalism for the times we are living. The interview.
Simon Fujiwara’s cartoon bear questions identity
At Fondazione Prada, “Who the bær”, a solo exhibition by the British-Japanese artist who tackles a topic at the centre of debate through a cartoon character. The interview.
Two different and diachronic paths, but with striking assonances. An exploration of these two artists’ works reveals a paradigm shift in land art, from anthropocentric to eco-centric.
Many personalities who helped building and livening up the post-war cultural world have passed away in this 2020. For each of them, we suggest a project, a book, an exhibition, a website, to transfer a small part of the enormous cultural legacy they left us.
Holographic Entities Reminding of the Universe is the first large-scale work in the United States by the Japanese artist, created for the new Uber Technologies headquarters in Mission Bay, San Francisco.
Are you an artist or a designer trying to turn your work into a Non-Fungible Token? Here’s how to do it.
How is the relationship between cities and those who narrate them through images changing? Taking a cue from the publication of her new project, entirely shot with an iPhone, we discuss about it with the Italian photographer.
Duggie Fields passed away aged 76. The painter, designer and fashion icon has been one of the most influential protagonists of British art in the ‘70s and the ‘80s. Praised by the likes of David Bowie and Kanye West, who both wore his creations, Fields was, above all, the face of an eclectic and voluptuous London.
Productive, essential and always changing: this is work. Starting from Pellizza da Volpedo's painting, let's narrate the courage of the many women and men who fought for a different future.
On 7, 8 and 9 May, the ninth edition of ART CITY Bologna, which is proposed to be an “engine of restart for the sociality and enjoyment in the presence of artistic creativity”.
With Portineria Pandemia, a series of photographs taken during the months of “red zone”, Lorenzo Palmieri takes us into the everyday reality of Milan's doorkeepers.
From the stages of the biggest pop stars to boutique interiors, Willo Perron shapes global pop culture with a total and fluid attitude. We discussed the importance of subcultures for the future of art direction.
The Swiss artist’s new intervention in installed in Basel's Münsterplatz, and will be open to the public from 27 April to 24 May.