What we can observe in some of the paintings done between the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century is a truth, perhaps a foreseen tragedy. Many artists portrayed landscapes with industrial buildings in which the colors used denounce the pollution caused by factories.
The strength and beauty of nature explode on the facades of the great palaces of this area outside Paris. An urban requalification by ten international street artists.
Conceived as special versions or regular models, beach cars embodied the desire for freedom of a whole decade, and were a formidable experimentation field for coachbuilders and car makers.
Inaugurated at the Museum of Modern Art in New York shortly before the outbreak of the pandemic, reopens “Judd”, an exhibition dedicated entirely to the works of American artist Donald Judd.
How the contemporary artists of the cinema have managed to bring the subjects and techniques of the greatest paintings to the big screen.
The tenth edition of Video Sound Art festival was inaugurated by the Chilean artist, who for the occasion invaded all the spaces of the historic Romano swimming pool in Milan. His production is suspended between myth and historical fact, political action and poetic action.
Since 2018 two Italian photographers have been capturing images in Milan metro and publishing them on UnderMilano. They do continue in times of health emergency and social distancing. With them, we talked about the concept of public space, subjective perception and what happens “below” us every day.
The annual event, which celebrates its 20th edition, will host until September 26 a calendar of performances, concerts and installations.
Boros Foundation and Berghain Panorama Bar launch Studio Berlin: the iconic Berlin club, which stopped the dancing because of the health emergency, turns into an exhibition space.
Opera, a permanent public installation by the artist designed for the waterfront Falcomatà, opens this weekend to the public.
An artistic excursus that shows us how these two important subjects, today very topical, have always been of high interest over the centuries, in literature as well as in paintings, from the Iliad to Magritte.
The case of Armine Harutyunyan, Gucci’s “ugly” model, has shown how little we are ready to break with convention. On the contrary, in this interview, Maddalena Mazzocut-Mis explains the role played by ugliness in art and history, and how this feared category could actually be a signal and even a revelation for our society.
The Aerocene Foundation presents the story of mobility through the air with Aria Days. The appointment is from 11 to 13 September, at Manifattura Tabacchi, in collaboration with Fondazione Palazzo Strozzi.