In Turin, Italy, “Untold stories” is an introspective exhibition on the photographer’s work, a cornucopia of black and white photos selected by Peter Lindbergh before his death in 2019.
For a “photography of immanence”: Fabio Sandri’s off-camera impressions
The Italian artist accompanies Domus readers in an unprecedented exploration of space, in which not an image but its essence emerges from the relationship between light, time and material. On show at Gaggenau, Milan, until 23 September.
With social media, new technologies, and the resulting artistic overproduction, maybe it is time to rethink the very concept of art. We talked about it with Valentina Tanni, art historian and author of Memestetica.
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.
Christian Boltanski, who passed away a few days ago aged 76, carried the burden of narrating the people at the bottom of our society for the whole of his career, looking at the history of the twentieth century and leaving us works that are pain-awakening metaphors.
Spike, currently owned by italian tenor Vittorio Grigolo, will be auctioned off as a NFT this Thursday. But it may incur in a lawsuit.
The curator of the African Diaspora Pavilion at the next London Design Biennale 2021 tells us about his vision of the world and design as an opportunity to get closer to people.
From the Casa del Fascio to the Barcelona Pavilion to Fontana's cuts: the Como-born artist observes them and returns them to us in her first big solo photo exhibition in Italy, analysing the human condition in its relationship with space.
A mosaic of site-specific performances, chasing each other in the creation of a broader narration, mark the fiftieth anniversary of Santarcangelo. Here the art made “in presence”, the one we forgot about, becomes essential once again.
Football is probably the most popular sport in the world, and its origins go way back in history. Its appeal has also conquered artists. So, let’s take a look at some paintings that tell about and celebrate this game.
Unmissable or negligible? Brilliant or disappointing? Maurizio Cattelan’s black triptych at Pirelli HangarBicocca opens its doors in Milan. As usual, the artist splits the audience.
In Pierfrancesco Celada's photos, the story of Hong Kong's so-called Instagrampier, from the official feed to the book that will (perhaps) make it an icon.
The exhibition “I Veggenti” will be on view throughout the summer at the ancient Villa in Ibrahim Rugova Street and represents the first episode of a long collaborative project between Italy and Albania.