In a former social housing complex near Lecce, Puglia, Giuseppe Arnesano has launched a mini residence for artists and curators inside his courtyard. Next appointment on August 8th at 8 pm with curator Caterina Molteni.
Architecture and art: the Biennial that wasn’t
Venice reinvents itself in the year of the pandemic, somehow standing without straying too far from its own matrix. But the “Covid effect” puts in crisis an entire socio-cultural superstructure, that of biennials, triennials and festivals. From Domus 1048.
An informal research and action group has been created during the lockdown days to demand recognition and legal protection for contemporary art workers. The interview.
The German photographer has just developed three filters for Nord, the new OnePlus smartphone. It’s a sign of the times, that shows how Instagram and cameraphones can change one of the oldest genres in photography. The interview.
Work has begun on Opera, a permanent public installation by the Italian artist who will animate the Falcomatà seafront in Reggio Calabria.
Fondazione Prada launches the project “Love Stories – A Sentimental Survey by Francesco Vezzoli”: an Instagram-based work of art that will start on May 11.
Since 2018 two Italian photographers have been capturing images in Milan metro and publishing them on UnderMilano. They do continue in times of health emergency and social distancing. With them, we talked about the concept of public space, subjective perception and what happens “below” us every day.
At Ortisei/Val Gardena (South Tyrol), UNESCO world heritage site, the art biennale will take place from August 8 until October 20.
A mysterious agency provocatively puts on the market public properties with little, bad or no use at all. It is not a scam, but the latest project by Neapolitan artist Giovanni Scotti.
An architectural element par excellence, it has been a subject and object for the most famous painters. From Canaletto to Monet, and his contemporary Caillebotte, it has gained a symbolic significance that once again emerges in the new Polcevera viaduct.
A new video game allows you to build a private collection in the most diverse locations (including the Moon). With some copyright controversy.
Henri Cartier-Bresson, Youssef Nabil and a collective of contemporary artists revive Palazzo Grassi and Punta della Dogana until 2021.