The publication by OMA explores the architecture, the archaeology and the anthropology of the city, its historical archives and the personal stories.
In 2016 Massimo and Francesca Valsecchi acquired Palazzo Butera. As well as financing its complete restoration, they commissioned an architectural and museographic project that will open the historic building to the public.
Land and sea, cart and boat: this allegorical float designed by Luigi Serafini represents the genius loci of Palermo.
The artist Luca Trevisani dedicates a complex exhibition to Raymond Roussel, setting it in the Grand Hotel et des Palmes, Palermo, where the French writer died in 1933.
The research by Alterazioni Video is presented at the Manifesta 12 Palermo biennial with an exhibition, a workshop and a book, from which we publish an exclusive preview.
Food infrastructure brings back both architecture and spatial practices to the table the political and social functions. A conversation with Cooking Sections.
From Domus archives, images and sketches by the Venetian master recount his refined work on the 15th century noble building.
The names of ten artists and five other key sites: from splendid historic buildings to whole derelict areas.
With a title borrowed from the French botanist Gilles Clément, Manifesta has announced the concept of its twelfth art event, to be held in Palermo, Sicily from 16 June to 4 November 2018.