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.
The multi-sensory installation designed by the Korean artist is part of the PLAY! project at Triennale Milano. The skatepark can be experienced by visitors until February 16.
Photographer Luca Quagliato’s new book sheds light on the environmental crimes of Northern Italy during a century long industrial production.
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.
What happens when a photographer tries out the new Google cameraphone?
The magical relationship between art, design and social commitment on show at the Portuguese design event, in the first retrospective dedicated to the Neapolitan master.
A series of photographs tells the story of the relationship between the phenomenon of high water and the millions of tourists who visit Venice.
The Biennale is a symbol of Venice, and it's open even in these difficult days. Here’s the ideal itinerary for those who never visited it, and for those who would like to visit it again before the end of the exhibition on November 24.
A story of social classes in balance between voids and solids, between design and its absence, where everything that matters is told through space.
Two exhibitions by Monica Bonvicini and Mauro Restiffe at Officine Grandi Riparazioni explore dwelling space and the city in their human, social and historical contrasts.