It was March 2021 when I first approached Italian artist Max Mondini. Normally in my preview interviews, I’ve been fond of asking and delving into different works by an artist.
The role of the fairs has changed a lot over the last few years. The fair as a pure exhibition space, as a place of buying and selling no longer makes sense in a world in search of contents .
These are some of the words on which Francesco Arena based his third solo show in Galleria Raffaella Cortese’s three exhibition venues, Terza mostra: tre cose [Third exhibition: three things].
ARTUNER is pleased to present „Sight and Touch“, an exhibition of artworks by Pia Krajewski. Opening on September 8th, 2021, the exhibition will be on view until the 19th of September.
materiaprima is the new exhibition by Alice Mestriner (Treviso, 1994) and Ahad Moslemi (Teheran, 1983), visible from Monday 13 September to Saturday 9 October at Lancetti railway station in Milan.
A project in between the domestic life and the virtual experience. A space obtained from a private house in Milan dedicated to display works by artists in touch with the gallery, presented by a brief essay.
Since Maria Orfano was young she developed passion for drawing and painting; until the age of 24 her art was mainly focused on figurative and pictorial works, with a certain interest towards digital art.
Mauro Bottone was born in Milan in 1986. Inspired by his father’s work, Mauro began drawing at an early age. He soon developed a special interest in representing female subjects.
A.MORE Gallery, is pleased to present “Remove. RM”, first solo exhibition in Italy of Maria Sharova and Dmitry Okruzhnov. The exhibition is presented with a text by Domenico De Chirico.
Federico Rottigni is a visionary creator, an experimental pastry chef. In 2020 he unveiled a bar dedicated exclusively to desserts to this world – DESSERT BAR MILANO.
Dismantling the Silence is the title of the visual campaign created by Studio Folder for miart 2021, the twenty-fifth edition of the modern and contemporary art fair in Milan, Italy.
If you were strolling in a library and found a book with the title MY NEW OFFICE, what would you imagine? This book could be in the Arts, Philosophy, or maybe also in the Interiors section.
venerazioneMUTANTE, the exhibition season by spazioSERRA dedicated to the transformation of site-specific works during their stay, continues with 12V (x8), a personal exhibition by Alice Paltrinieri.
Galleria Raffaella Cortese is pleased to announce Pools and Voids, the second solo show by Iranian artist Nazgol Ansarinia. The exhibition presents a new body of work conceived during the last months.
Whilst thinking of this introductory note, passages from Michel Foucault’s book* came to mind: Human beings design utopian places from the space they occupy, where they live.
„Dive into the Zeitgeist“ is the first exhibition for art in search of answers; this is the theme of the new economART project by AMY D Arte Spazio, which reopens its doors after a latency of 3 months.
For the new exhibition season venerazioneMUTANTE, spazioSERRA will host site-specific works that will change during their stay. The intent is to create ever-changing exhibitions.
What is spazioSERRA, and what does it mean to be right in the middle of a railway station, – she asked. From a distant computer screen, they were replying to her question on a February day.
Tatiana Yasinek is a Milan based gallery director and art advisor. She focuses on scouting young international artists who express their art in a powerful way and are able to attract the attention of viewers.
Inspired by sportswear with a very sophisticated feminine touch, Fantabody is a capsule collection of bodysuits and athleisurewear thought and designed for all the girls who wanna express themselves.
A.MORE gallery is happy to present the first exhibition of Jacob Patrick Brooks. The exhibition brings together a dozen of recent works on paper and canvas by the young American artist.
A.MORE gallery is pleased to present Come In, a debut solo exhibition by Reihaneh Hosseini, from 1st October to 14th November 2020, as the inaugural show of the new space located in Milan.
Milan Fashion Week is known for its semi-annual clothing trade show that takes place in the metropolitan city Milan. Both events, one held in February and the other one in September, attract international visitors.