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Katja Novitskova, Estonian Pavilion, 57th Venice Biennale Katja Novitskova. If Only You Could See What I’ve Seen with Your Eyes
Eleonora Salvi |

The Venice Biennale has been over for a few weeks. What stood out most in this edition curated by Christine Macel? It is widely known that it’s not very easy to be able to combine …

Fabrizio Vatieri, SPRINT, non profit, book fair, spazio O', Milan, 2017 SPRINT _\|/_ Book Fair is not afraid of the unknown
Droste Effect |

From the 24th to the 26th November 2017, Milan has housed one of its most exciting and anticipated artistic events. SPRINT _\|/_ Independent Publishers and Artists’ Books Salon brings together artists, designers, publishers – and …

Paolo Cavinato On the use of perspective and the role of emptiness: A conversation with Paolo Cavinato
Giulia Gelmini |

By using several artistic practices, Paolo Cavinato creates multisensorial spaces, where images of reality, mental and emotional projections merge. His research starts from the physical space to arrive to the absolute; a philosophical path followed with …

Andrew Birk, MCA - Malta Contemporary Art I am the body of a human. Andrew Birk at MCA
Eleonora Salvi |

The impact between a primordial language and forms of representation of the unknown is well-stated in the exhibition I am the body of a human, a solo show by Andrew Birk currently at MCA – Malta Contemporary …

Kris Lemsalu, Workplace Gallery, London Fight the future: Later Is Now at Workplace Gallery, London
Vincenzo Estremo |

In the following text, I gathered some information and insights that have emerged from an email conversation, concerning the last exhibition curated by Portuguese artist Hugo Canoilas, Later Is Now, for Workplace Gallery in London. The …

, Szechwan, szechuan, William Kentridge, Marco Scotini, Anren Biennale, The Szechwan Tale: A conversation with Anren Biennale curator Marco Scotini
Vincenzo Estremo |

The first edition of the Anren Biennale, featuring more than 120 participating artists from over 20 countries, is scheduled to take place from October 28 to February 28, 2018 in the historical town of Anren …

Hito Steyerl, Infinite Blue, Brooklyn Museum Infinite Blue: A Survey in Color Symbolism & Global Connectedness
Jennifer Sauer |

The color blue is: spirituality, open skies, a symbol of power, status and beauty. Infinite Blue, the blue-hue themed exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum in New York City, examines representations of the color across history, cultures and mediums. …

SIAMO ARRIVATI Exhibition view, Madre · Museo d'arte contemporanea Donnaregina, Napoli, 2017 © Wade Guyton Courtesy the artist and Fondazione Donnaregina per le arti contemporanee, Napoli Foto © Ron Amstutz Wade Guyton: A draft review
Vincenzo Estremo |

In his last solo exhibition SIAMO ARRIVATI (“WE’VE ARRIVED”), conceived for the MADRE Museum in Naples (Italy) and curated by Andrea Viliani, the American artist Wade Guyton (Hammond, Indiana, 1972) explored the state of the production …

Adelita Husni-Bey: The Reading (2017) at the Italian Pavilion A Walk Through The Art. Venice Biennale 2017
Droste Effect |

    This year’s Venice Biennale – the 57th edition, titled Viva Arte Viva and curated by Christine Macel – is open to the public through Sunday, November 26th, 2017, as usual in several locations in Venezia, but …

ARRATIA BEER, Fernanda Fragateiro, Claudio Zecchi Fernanda Fragateiro and the problematic documentation of contemporary art
Droste Effect |

The following is a conversation between curator Claudio Zecchi and artist Fernanda Fragateiro (1962; lives and works in Lisbon, Portugal) on the problematic practice of documenting the contemporary artwork. Fernanda Fragateiro’s projects are characterized by a …

Arthur Fouray, ZQM Arthur Fouray’s “2080″ at ZQM in Berlin
Eleonora Castagna |

Eleonora Castagna: The exhibition you are presenting at ZQM in Berlin (which was inaugurated on the 20th of May and will close on the 18th of June) was presented through several steps. One of the …

Abdoulaye Konaté, Non à la Charia au Sahel, 2013 Textile, cm h 230x350, Collezione privata – Bologna, Italia The White Hunter! African art and the West at FM Milano
Vincenzo Estremo |

The hunter is the one who has the tools to exercise power. He achieves his goal when he brutalizes his victim. He keeps his position. He is careless, unscrupulous; with or without his gun. The …

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