Beatrice Pediconi, Alien/Alieno

  Beatrice Pediconi’s exhibition Alien/Alieno is currently on view at Sepia Eye in New York, until June 18th. Beatrice Pediconi’s work challenges the realm of traditional painting by exploring the water’s reaction to the immersion of different materials, such as ink, acrylic, powder, organic matter and, in the case of this exhibition, oil paint. The…

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Simona Bariselli, Il Momento

Il Momento is a website based on a program written by Simona Bariselli, an Italian web developer with an education in philosophy and a master degree in photography, which automatically and continuously collects and aggregates in form of collage the photographs published on the main Italian online newspapers. Until recently, the survival of online newspapers…

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Lukas Wassmann’s Amici at Riviera

The temporary bookshop Riviera has animated the Istituto Svizzero in Milan since February 2016, hosting a variety of events dedicated to visual arts and publishing. Directed by Caterina Riva and Dallas (Creative Direction & Graphic Design Studio founded by Francesco Valtolina and Kevin Pedron), Riviera focuses on the book both as an object and a…

Roe Ethridge, Shelter Island

    Roe Ethridge’s latest publication Shelter Island marks the third collaboration between the American artist – born in Miami in 1969 and currently living in New York – and the London-based publisher Mack, following his monographs Le Luxe (2011) and Sacrifice Your Body (2014).   Ethridge’s work is characterized by a distinctive use and…

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Lorenzo Vitturi at VIASATERNA

After the international success of Dalston Anatomy, we are happy to announce the first solo show in Italy by Lorenzo Vitturi (Venice, 1980). The exhibition, curated by Fantom and opening in Viasaterna on Tuesday, April 5, brings together a series of original works produced specifically for the gallery spaces.   Droste Effect, Debris and Other Problems is a project…

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Hans-Christian Schink, Fotografien aus Rom

    The two series presented in Hans-Christian Schink’s latest publication Fotografien aus Rom, entitled respectively Aqua Claudia and EUR, were carried out in the course of a year the artist spent at the Villa Massimo in Rome. The first is dedicated to the antique aqueduct Aqua Claudia, which served to supply the roman capital with water. The overall length from the source…

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Nicolai Howalt, Light Break – Photography / Light Therapy

«Yes, we embody the sun, its hesitation. Yes, we are from the sun and try to be like it. Nutrients and metabolism, we are clorophyll reaching upward.» Morten Søndegaard    Danish visual artist Nicolai Howalt explores the research of scientist and Nobel laureate Niels Ryberg Finsen’s (1860-1904), based on an original use of chemical rays of light in the treatment…