An artist, a director and a choreographer work together to bring on stage a deeply revisited Greek myth. Through a moving structure that embodies all the feelings of the human soul.
Sissi’s sculpture-clothes on show at Palazzo Bentivoglio, Bologna
Sissi’s bold sculptures-clothes are the protagonists of a show that highlights the cardinal aspects of her poetics. For the Bologna Art Week, a performance by the artist is planned.
Palazzo Pallavicini in Bolgona hosts 50 unique works in an exhibition divided into seven sections, dedicated to the themes dearest to the artist. The interview.
From Edward Hopper at Beyeler Foundation in Basel to the biennial of contemporary African art: the art exhibition calendar for the next year.
A journey that passes through Venice Biennale, fashion shows, South-East Asia, the California Desert and then goes back to Italy.
The exhibition “Michael Rakowitz. Imperfect Binding” at Castello di Rivoli presents major artworks envisioned in the artist’s over-twenty-year practice traversing architecture, archaeology, ritual cooking practices and geopolitics.
In a former warehouse in Amsterdam the colourful images of fourteen African artists are staged: exuberance, colour and irreverence are the watchwords to rewrite the creative identity of this continent. And redeem it.
An energetic and contradictory Istanbul from the award–winning duo Caimi & Piccinni to become a book by André Frère.
Interview with the artists of None Collective, who designed the immersive exhibition of the new MIAC – Italian Museum of Audiovisual and Cinema.
Through the pictures of barricades an exhibition documents Hong Kong’s protests started in 2014 and the Umbrella Movement.
At the Greenberg Gallery in New York, images of the actress of King Kong tell the story of her journeys through the Highway 61, along the Mississippi.
The Giacometti Institute exhibits little-known diary drawings and sculptures of the Swiss artist, revealing his controversial passion for Marquis de Sade.