One of Florence’s most stunning historic palazzos hosts an innovative creative co-living space: artist residences, exhibitions and four apartments (on Airbnb) open to everyone. Its creator, Martino di Napoli Rampolla, sat down with us.
Surprises and reconfirmations at the 23rd edition of miart
The Italian Art fair relies on quality and a brilliant communication strategy plus openings and important exhibitions in public and private museums all over the city.
It shows the time, the seasons and the signs of the zodiac with a shaft of light which passes through a fissure: the Milanese artist, born in 1936 speaks for the first time about her new public sculpture.
As part of “Window Project”, curated by Tamuna Gvaberidze, “Skyscapes” occupies a space in Rustaveli Avenue.
The duo of video-artists talk about how the latest project for miart came about, developed together with the photographer Alice Schillaci, with a precise objective: “communicate art with art”.
From weather phenomena to geopolitical manifestations: at Beirut Art Center, the Belgian master of story-telling explores the notion of “turbulence”.
Virtual reality, hypnosis, religion and cosmology. A conversation with the American artist on the eve of his biggest solo show yet: 5,000 square metres and thousands of works.
“El Jardin de Fukuoka” is the new series of works by the urban artist exhibited at the Galería Bat Alberto Cornejo. Works are inspired by the Japanese philosopher who advocated the zen revolution of cultivating the land.
Almost as radical as its predecessor Tangerine, Sean Baker's new film tells of the American dream: opportunity, liberty and ambition for success represented by Disney World, resorts and malls.
Light and free like a butterfly, extending and folding like a folding screen, ORIGAMI, designed by Alberto Meda, is an electric plug&play radiator that liaises with its surroundings.
The David Zwirner Gallery brings together the most radical of the American artist’s experiments, those involving fluorescent lamps: all white, but all different, according to the temperature of the light.
For her exhibition at the Whitechapel Gallery in London, Portuguese artist Leonor Antunes has conceived a number of hanging and floor-based sculptures.
Violence, social injustice, gender hate, and exclusion: “Ya basta hijos de puta” explores the tragic consequences of organized crime and drug trafficking in Mexico.