A chat with the costume designer, winner of his third David di Donatello this year with Roberta Torre’s film Riccardo va all’Inferno.
Belvedere 21 in Vienna presents a major retrospective of the acclaimed British artist’s thirty-year oeuvre.
Art and design tell the transformation of sub-Saharan Africa where migration and emancipation are individual and collective issues.
The photo essay by the Beijing-based author is the fourth project selected by Domusweb among the 2018 Gabriele Basilico Prize shortlisted projects.
Veneta Cucine proposes Start Time, a modular kitchen that gives the space with an essential and young touch.
When not in use, the frameless pleated Fly insect screen, distributed by Wiffa, fully retracts out of sight into the frame. Fly can cover openings of up to more than 3 metres in height.
Ultralite by Mapei has a good deformability, extended open time, no vertical slip, high wetting capacity, very high yield and easy to spread. During the mixing phase it has a very limited dust formation, thanks to the Low Dust technology.
From weather phenomena to geopolitical manifestations: at Beirut Art Center, the Belgian master of story-telling explores the notion of “turbulence”.
Stories, bulletins, archives, and nostalgia: a conversation with Alba Solaro and Matteo Milaneschi encompassing from ancient palazzi to stories being reconstrued.
“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.
In her show “The Year of the Whale“ hosted at Fogo Island Gallery the Berlin-based artist reflects on our domineering attitude towards the environment.
“This World and Others Like It” is the third photo essay selected by Domusweb among the 2018 Gabriele Basilico Prize shortlisted projects.
For her exhibition at the Whitechapel Gallery in London, Portuguese artist Leonor Antunes has conceived a number of hanging and floor-based sculptures.
At the Lia Rumma Gallery in Milan, the German artist focuses on the young people of Kiev, proposing the metaphor of masking as a symbol of a new identity.