Integrated into a context and experienced by the community, these works are not merely a means of cultural dissemination but represent the icon of a metropolis: from the Statue of Liberty to Cattelan’s finger in Milan to many works of the master of the genre, Anish Kapoor.
Marion Baruch’s exhibition: from discarding to revitalization
The artist is on show at the Viasaterna Gallery in Milan, with an exhibition of recent works as the result of a constantly evolving process.
Palazzo Grassi and Fondazione Prada, San Giorgio and Ocean Space, and more: here is a selection of all the unmissable events in the lagoon that are not part of the Biennale calendar but still worth a visit.
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.
A rare manuscript from the Urbino Renaissance, precious pages of military engineering that may have also inspired the master Leonardo da Vinci, goes up for auction.
From Goya to Burne-Jones, the history of art has depicted the suffering of those who are imprisoned, in cells or in chains: images that echo Ilaria Salis’ highly topical story.
We interviewed the Chief Curator of the 13th Shanghai Biennale, entitled “Bodies of Water” who describes Biennale’s as reality-sensing-devices.
On the anniversary of his birth, we commemorate one of the most erotic painters in art history, Guido Cagnacci. From his religious works to his profane ones, the Baroque master breaks the rules of classical iconography.
Three decades of the German photographer’s work are on display at the Triennale in Milan, in an unprecedented retrospective titled “Jürgen Teller i need to live”.
The form of light, so precisely delineated by Ungaretti, influenced many painters who made morning the focus of their works, such as the Impressionist Pissarro and Henri Fantin-Latour.
The emblematic island of the Mediterranean has been, among many things, the muse of the Italian artist Renato Guttuso, who, half a century ago, painted La Vucciria, dedicated to the ancient market of Palermo, and several corners of Santa Panagia in Syracuse.
Upon his arrival in New York, Warhol proposed to draw postcards for the MoMA bookshop: he got the job. A piece of a wider story, that of the religiosity of the Pope of Pop.
“I don’t take this lightly”, says to Domus the former leader of the seminal American band R.E.M, who has dedicated the last years to a whole new career and just inaugurated his first solo show in Milan. But how did he do this?
Today, in the midst of political ferment and often perceived solely as a country of migrants, Albania is a land rich in art and history, as depicted in the paintings of the great landscape painter Vangjush Mio, which we tell you about.