Fondazione La Raia puts art at the service of the environment with a 2.300-rooms hotel for bees, made in Luserna stone by the Berlin-based artist.
Franco Mazzucchelli: suburbs, inflatables and the fear of abandonment
The Museo del Novecento in Milan retraces the story of the famous inflatables that, for fifteen years, the artist left in public spaces for an unpredictable use.
Carsten Höller tells us how he, with his accomplice the neurobiologist Stefano Mancuso, was able to transform Palazzo Strozzi into an eccentric lab.
In the exhibition at the Fondazione Fotografia of Modena, the American artist Sharon Lockhart translates the reality of salaried work into simple, accessible forms.
The setting of I, Tonya is suburban America during the 1980s, yet it feels like the 1970s, never in synch with the times and only with itself.
From weather phenomena to geopolitical manifestations: at Beirut Art Center, the Belgian master of story-telling explores the notion of “turbulence”.
Artistic director Vittoria Matarrese tells us about the first edition of the performing arts festival she created. Her goal? To change points of view.
“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.
Seen as a whole, their works form a unique oeuvre: a retrospective brings together all Studio Drift’s works for the first time.
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.
Confirmations, comebacks and new perversions. This year, too, the number of proposals exceeds their human application. But not the enthusiasm of at least trying discovering new analogies.
Artists in the mirror before selfies. The Pinault Collection presents a mapping of the vast area of self-portrayal – a mix of identity and conflict.
Seen as a whole, their works form a unique oeuvre: a retrospective at the Stedelijk brings together all Studio Drift’s works for the first time.
For her exhibition at the Whitechapel Gallery in London, Portuguese artist Leonor Antunes has conceived a number of hanging and floor-based sculptures.
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.