Artist Fabiano Speziari talks about his new work, both a digital game and an artistic experience, soon to be released in the virtual metaverse of The Sandbox.
Michael Murphy: “Art is not an ad”
A conversation with the pioneer of perceptual art, who became worldwide famous for his Obama portraits and, and who has recently created with Samsung an installation in London without being there.
At the Triennale di Milano the Italian architectural heritage of the second half of the 20th century as seen by ten young photographers selected through a public call for entries.
Many personalities who helped building and livening up the post-war cultural world have passed away in this 2020. For each of them, we suggest a project, a book, an exhibition, a website, to transfer a small part of the enormous cultural legacy they left us.
Mattia Zoppellaro is the Italian photographer who has documented the rave culture more than anyone else. His book is the story of a world where technology seemed unable to enter.
The most watched series ever on Netflix is the mirror of a country, South Korea, but also of a relational model, based on game and competition, in which we now recognize ourselves globally.
We interviewed the Chief Curator of the 13th Shanghai Biennale, entitled “Bodies of Water” who describes Biennale’s as reality-sensing-devices.
From the Casa del Fascio to the Barcelona Pavilion to Fontana's cuts: the Como-born artist observes them and returns them to us in her first big solo photo exhibition in Italy, analysing the human condition in its relationship with space.
At the MIA Photo Fair, photography rediscovers its conceptual function, poised between the present and the future, in unavoidable continuity with the history of art and painting.
L’Approdo is a cultural centre dedicated to contemporary art, visible from the outside 24 hours a day, created for the redevelopment of a small seaside village in the Marche region.
The Apple TV+ series inspired by Asimov, conceived over a total cycle of 80 episodes, completely focuses on the sets, but in doing so betrays imagination and storytelling.
Hypervenezia showcases a 15-year long photographic work, entirely taken by Mario Peliti, gallery owner and publisher. The interview.
We met the Dutch artist and thinker on the occasion of his latest work on display at the GAM in Milan: a ‘living’ metal skin that, when exposed to heat, opens up to let light out.