Just like in literature, day-time, night-time and their parts have always been represented by art and its great interpreters, from Michelangelo to the Pre-Raphaelites.
Two artists – Adrian Paci and Stefano Romano – tell us the background story and the emotional impact on people by the loss of a crucial and much-loved building in the Albanian cultural scene.
Fondazione Prada launches the project “Love Stories – A Sentimental Survey by Francesco Vezzoli”: an Instagram-based work of art that will start on May 11.
“The future begins with art, and it is time to consider artists as World Heritage and protect them as such”: to do so, the project #10cents - ART AT THE SUPERMARKET brings art into everyone’s life, between meat counters and pasta shelves. The proceeds will be donated to the art world.
Who am I? Since the myth of Narcissus, self-representation has played an important role in the art and culture of the western world, and it finally culminated in Van Gogh’s work.
Quarantine, self-confinement could become a ritual practice of lucidity. The Endurance Art godmother reveals how getting stuck tested her capabilities.
In Nigeria a dynamic platform promotes art, design and craftsmanship of the city of Lagos. The first exhibition, “Floor One 9”, will be on an international tour.
Public art in Italian small towns, between travel itineraries and enhancement of intangible cultural heritage
Small towns are now playing an important role in the cultural debate. In Italy, on several occasions, contemporary art has been encouraged to intervene in the public space of these places. Here is how.
The Milanese gallerist reopens with the metaphysical architecture of Ramon Enrich. Admissions are limited or by appointment, but it’s a first step on the road to post-lockdown culture. The interview.
On the occasion of the twentieth anniversary of his death, the photographer's hometown will reopen the exhibition “Sguardi di Novecento: Giacomelli e il suo tempo” on March 20.
The garden represents, both in art and literature, “a dimension that is separate from our everyday life, a human-scale space”. Something that we particularly need today, as Valentina Petrucci writes.
Halfway between architectural photography and social investigation, Giovanni Hänninen’s new work on the blank advertisement billboards in Milan will be hosted by Arch Week Marathon.
Just like museums, also cinemas and theatres were brought to their knees by the Coronavirus pandemic and lockdown. We should then remember a lesson that comes from a time in which paintings and stages were closely linked.