KALPANY Artspace Milan presents “Chat en Boîte”

  The young illustrator Maddalena Gerli (born in Milan, 1986) uses cards,  brushes, acrylics and  pastel as tools to realize his surreal and artistic universe, with a fairy atmosphere and characters a little retrò. “Chat en Boîte” is light style and fun ehibition, by including hats, noise makers and confetti, organized ​​for the occasion. The special…

August and the birth of the Empire

Tha “Augusto” exhibition at the Scuderie del Quirinale (Rome), untile February 9th, marks the 2000th anniversary of the death of the dopted son and great-nephew of Julius Cesar, Augustus. The exhibition presents the stages in the dazzling personal story of Augustus in parallel with the birth of a new historical era. His reign, which lasted…

Luigi Ghirri

One of the luminaries of italian landscape photography, Luigi Ghirri has produced works of extreme technical precision and intense poetic feeling. Ghirri revitalized the image of the nature playing the dual role of director and protagonist. His shots are narration of possible, spaces of intervention; operation intended to convey a complex and richly nuanced imge…

Gianfranco Baruchello

Gianfranco Baruchello’s work deals with the need to construct independent system of thought and actio that behave in a parallel way with respect to ideologies and dominant canons. “Piccolo Sistema” is an art work that presents the actualization of thoughts he developed over the past few years around the themes of nature, agricolture and eco-sustainability.…

The Face of ‘900. From Matisse to Bacon

Until February 9, 2014 (Palazzo Reale in Milan), you can visit the exhibition “The Face of ‘900. From Matisse to Bacon”. With 80 art works from the Centre Pompidou of Paris, the exhibition shows the style and character changes in the representation of human figure during the 20th century. It examines self-portraits of artists who…

Carla Accardi

Born in 1924 (Trapani, Italy), Carla Accardi is a painter who has contributed to affirmation of abstract art in Italy. Accardi is one of the founders of the marxist group of artists “Gruppo Forma 1”. She uses colored and fluorescent varnishes by appllying them on transparent plastic substrates and involving the space. For what concern the…

Luca Di Maggio

Luca Di Maggio is an Italian urban artist who lives and works in Germany. Di Maggio’s art works are characterized by marked signes, close to expressionism. He proposes an artistic research such as personal diary where the artist tells about himself, his personal strory and dreams, Many city walls – from Milan to New York from…

Urs Fischer in Rome

Until 26th October 2013, the Gagosian Gallery in Rome host the special public exhibition of new works by Urs Fischer. Continuously searching for new sculptural solutions, Fischer deconstructs objects and then replicates them, rethinking the space through the experimentation of materials and forms while keeping a mordant irony. Reinvesting in traditional art historical genres (still…

The sea is my land, artist of the mediterranean

The exhibition – curated by Francesco Bonami and Emanuela Mazzonis – in the Maxxi museum, Rome. Open until 39 SEmptember. For this event, the Maxxi of Rome obteined works from all the twenty-two Mediterranean countries. Each nation is represented by one artist only, with works that have been inspired by the theme-title of the project: the…

Francesco Arena: “Tutte le A del J’accuse”

“J’Accuse” was the letter written by Emile Zola to the Presiet of Franch Republic Félix Fare, and which the famous author denounced the irregularities of the trial against Alfred Dreyfus, to opening again his case of betrayal. The italian artist Francesco Arena, with the art work “Tutte le A di J’Accuse” , deunced the state…