An international review examining and investigating, through diverse idioms, the myriad faces of contemporary living.
Videos, photography, performances, and installations that talk about the artist’s work, which uses language and the body as interaction tools.
Los Angeles, the Hollywood studios and the history of special effects. The art of Pat O’Neill has transformed the United States film industry.
Two restoration interventions on the Architecture Collection shed light on the importance of conservation in contemporary collections.
Locations and humanity - explored separately but seen together - appear like pieces of a wide Mosaic, giving us an idea of the complex research of Ali Kazma about the world at the time of the Globalization.
A cinematographic animation project that starts on paper to transform into a collective and participatory art performance.
«Painting recognises no customs. Children do not know gender. Art hates painters».
The exhibition that presents the works of the winners of the last two editions of the Award, Alba Zari and Alessandro Calabrese, will be open to the public on the 12th and 13th of October.
A focus on the artist who has always combined social commitment and poetic language.
Two days’ worth of screenings to recount, by use of a selection of films and documentaries, the world of Maria Lai, her bond with memory and her cultural roots.