An aricle of the current exhibition Time + Nodugwana: An Ode to My Grandmother by the artist Zana Masombuka was published in the Culture and Entertainment section by the Corriere del Trentino. Edited by Fabio Bozzato. READ THE ARTICLE!
An aricle of the current exhibitions Time + Nodugwana: An Ode to My Grandmother by the artist Zana Masombuka and Fluffy Paws by Misaki Kawai was published in the Culture + Arts section by Franzmagazine. Edited by Francesca Fattinger. READ THE ARTICLE!
Recent interview conducted by Sole 24 ore with Angelo Maisto who illustrates and explains his concept of art. READ MORE HERE
The setting up of this third solo exhibition in the Trentino gallery, curated by Virginia Raffaelli, revolves around the reinterpretation of "The sleep of reason generates monsters" by Goya, "translated" into the usual and personal language of Laurina Paperina which draws on cartoon characters, from Donald Duck to Poufs, distorting their nature. A painting to be read with the technological aid of augmented reality and accompanied by a series of sculptures. Edited by Camilla Bertoni READ MORE HERE!
Blum & Poe now represents Los Angeles–based artist Umar Rashid and the estate of Thornton Dial. Rashid’s first solo exhibition at the gallery is currently on view at its Los Angeles location. In his new paintings, drawings, and sculptural work, Rashid continues his project centered around a fictitious 16th-century regime that he dubs the Frenglish Empire. Edited by Angelica Villa READ MORE HERE!
A pleasant and funny interview with the artist Margherita Paoletti made by the blog "Salto weekend". READ MORE HERE!
Venice Time Case is the title of the collective exhibition recently inaugurated in Milan, at the Tommaso Calabro gallery. To participate in this prestigious event, among the various contemporary artists, there was also Bruno Fantelli who was able to show his bizarre concept of "art". Curated by Giulia Calvaruso. READ MORE!
Los Angeles inaugurates a series of cultural events in its "streets". Among the artists, there is also Umar Rashid who will exhibit some of his latest works created during the year 2020. Edited by Matt Stromberg ed Elisa Wouk Almino READ MORE HERE!
Umar Rashid’s fictional Colonial Era universe, 18 years in the making, reveals its latest chapter in Washington, D.C. with Rashid wrapping up his tenure as the inaugural artist of the Capital Artist Residency, a new annual initiative from arts nonprofit CulturalDC. READ MORE HERE!
The Rave culture has always been stigmatized as a "counterculture" born with the desire to resist the western conservatism of the 1970s. For years it had the purpose of promoting an idea of an alternative society to the traditional one of the time, as illegality and the lack of rigid rules and conventions became the distinctive components of this current. Bruno Fantelli had the opportunity to express his idea of "rave" art, showing his personal point of view to the most curious eye. Cured by A. Altomare READ MORE!
by Davide Raffaelli