A new way of producing and sharing fashion in the era of industrial overproduction and of global pandemic.
Founded as an independent city at the beginning of the last century, today it is one of the most atypical neighborhoods in Los Angeles. A creative epicenter since the Beat Generation, the lockdown is a chance to dream it up better: more canals, small vegetable gardens, less private property.
Therme Art and Serpentine Galleries together for a new digital palimpsest: Wellbeing Culture Forum is a new weekly program that talks about culture in times of pandemic. The first event, Art in Architecture, will be moderated by Hans Ulrich Obrist.
When we’re away from home we use masks, hardly ever using them as masks, as we can see in Emilio Lonardo’s drawings realized exclusively for Domus.
“The future begins with art, and it is time to consider artists as World Heritage and protect them as such”: to do so, the project #10cents - ART AT THE SUPERMARKET brings art into everyone’s life, between meat counters and pasta shelves. The proceeds will be donated to the art world.
Also the 27th edition of the Belgian Design Biennale, curated this year by Italian designers Piovenefabi, is forced to postpone the event until next year, due to the health emergency.
Until 15 July 2020, the New York biennial Performa presents online videos and archival content focusing on the relationship between space, body and action.
The Milanese gallerist reopens with the metaphysical architecture of Ramon Enrich. Admissions are limited or by appointment, but it’s a first step on the road to post-lockdown culture. The interview.
Initially postponed in August, the Venice Biennale officially announces the opening of the International Architecture Exhibition from the 22nd of May to the 21st of November 2021. Also postponed the International Art Exhibition, which will open on April 2022.
“The world where Ventura Projects was born doesn’t exist anymore ”, says the founder of the most popular section at Milan Design Week, explaining why she decided to shut it down, remembering the good old moments. Is this the end of a utopia?
In Mexico City an open-source project conceived by studio Revolution contains everything needed to be used as a temporary home by doctors and nurses who are facing the current pandemic on the front line.