This article dedicated to Karlien De Villiers describes the work ''Floating Solo ''
In this article dedicated to Karlien De Villiers we explore the vision of the world that the South African artist offers in her works.
The boutiques of Galleria Cavour host the wax sculptures of the exhibition 'The shapes of matter' by David Aaron Angeli curated by Simona Gavioli, in collaboration with the cellar contemporary gallery of Trento, on the occasion of the Bolognese Art-Week (up to 8 February). Wax, the material that the artist prefers and uses most frequently in the creation of his sculptural works, is linked to his goldsmith studies, but is processed by him as a raw material and enhance its intrinsic characteristics. READ MORE!
Paoletti’s illustrations for Zócalo take our overarching theme for Sketchbook—impressions of the natural world—and place these impressions within the shape of our bodies. It is an apt expression of the COVID moment, in which many of us are forced to search for the respite of nature in our memory, and the only safely unmasked face is found in the mirror. READ MORE HERE!
Garage Italia and nss magazine present The Jumpsuit of Milan, a project that blends fashion and automotive in support of the new creative wave of Milan. At this prestigious and sporting event the artist Solomostry had the opportunity to present his personal point of view. READ MORE HERE!
In this article dedicated to Federico Lanaro, the author investigates how the artist finds inspirations and create his artworks.
The paintings of the Los Angeles-based artist, historian, poet and musician, also known as Frohawk TwoFeathers, reconfigure colonial and imperial histories. His characters walk the same earth we do, and are beholden the same histories, but their reality is a hyper-saturated, detailed explosion of colonial reimagining that spans a multi-layered matrix of time and geography. READ MORE!
In this article dedicated to David Aaron Angeli, the author investigates the stories which inspired some of the artist's sculptures related to myths of all times.
On the occasion of the "Cobat Award", in the painting section Margherita Paoletti competes with the work "the Lungs in Bloom" conceived as an organic container that encloses nature. In this painting the artist claims to have tried to translate into a visual expression a new organic physiognomy of the body made of narration, visual metaphors, colors and nature. READ MORE HERE!
Juliet Art Magazine tell us about Denis Riva and how the artist transform "semplici avanzi" in "stati di avanzamento".
by Davide Raffaelli