It is called “Peeping Garden” and is a structure that allows you to watch dance performances while maintaining social distancing. Shows are selling out.
Extrapolating sounds that have been embedded in matter for thousands of years seems like utopia. What if it became reality? This is the focus of the Almare collective’s latest project, Life Chronicles of Dorothea Ïesj S.P.U.
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.
The Italian artist's intervention on the surface of Lake Kuyalnyk is part of an itinerant project on the crisis of democracy.
From paintings to the internet, from the Middle Ages to the present day. What is the history of the colour blue?
Christy Lee Rogers
On the occasion of the launch, we met Christy Lee Rogers, American photographer known for her “underwater” shots in neo-baroque style, who contributed to “The New Humanity”, the new Lavazza project.
Le Biennali Invisibili is an online project inspired by Italo Calvino's Invisible Cities. It brings to life and contextualises eleven art biennials in imaginative, alternative scenarios.
A research container born more than thirty years ago, the digitalised archive project is curated by Nationhood, the multidisciplinary studio founded by Achille Filipponi and Matteo Milaneschi.
The German photographer was the author of all the covers of Domus in 2020. His photos and models are on display at Museum Leuven, Belgium, in collaboration with signatures such as SANAA and Caruso St John.
The event dedicated to the Afrodescendants in Italy and the community’s cultural expressions is back. In the program of digital events there is also the collaboration with the Uffizi Galleries.
Fondazione Ragghianti Lucca’s exhibition is a double journey through the daring and experimental works of the artists, who were active in two moments of great fervour of the Italian art scene.
This year, Valentine’s Day went unnoticed, with neither new kisses nor gentle touches. So why not use art to tell it the same way?
The city of Carnival, suspended for pandemic causes, far from the world and time, motionless and imperishable, is represented by artists of all times and all places.