Alessandro Romanini - January 26, 2023


A 64 meters long exhibition that allows to know the polish artist whole production

In the 1960s and 70s, the plastic art was reshaping its guidelines between minimalism, arte povera (poor art), earth art and the different body art tendencies. During the Cold War in Poland,

Francesco Agnellini - January 20, 2023

Sculptor, performer, dancer: his work can be considered as a continuous weaving activity

You say beauty and I can deal with it. Beauty is no longer an absolute value for at least two centuries, perhaps three, although in our country it is difficult to accept. Beauty is changeable. Beauty has been used to exclude, to set criteria. Well, out. Yet one can not do without. Saying that it

Luciano Caprile - January 15, 2023

In ‘78 she met Giugiaro who introduced her to painting. Since then, a succession of visionary canvases led to the revisitation of Michelangelo’s work at the Sistine Chapel.

Marison Ray studied graphics and design and was hired by Giorgetto Giugiaro in 1978. But another world opened up for her later, that of painting.

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