Art & Culture

Interview with Stefano Zuffi: The value of a Choice

When we are be able to start moving again, we will all be eager to take our lives back. It will be crucial to use this moment to make the experience of art not just something secluded, a reaction to the isolation that we have all suffered, but a beautiful habit

Gli Occhi di Fellini

Inspired by the author’s association with Fellini, Gli occhi di Fellini recounts several encounters: books, bonds with literature, writer friends, artists, screenplays, pieces of music, edited and unpublished projects – endless aspects of Fellini’s work, personality and passions through all his movies. It is a critic’s meticulous journey through all the works by the greatest director of the 20th century as he evolves alongside them

”Il luogo più pericoloso” Art in Covid times, from installations to actions

November 25 is the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, which was introduced in 1999 by the United Nations General Assembly as an invitation to governments, international organizations and NGOs to hold events on this date aiming to raise awareness of one of the most devastating and still widespread violations of human rights

Amal Al-Aathem, art is female in Qatar

Amal Al-Aathem, the most prominent artist in Qatar, already counts thirty international and local art exhibitions. Nine awards. Three cultural festivals. Four video-art festivals.

The legacy of Manuel Carbonell

The legacy of Manuel Carbonell, whose life spans from 1918 to 2011, is now being continued by his nephew, Ricardo J. Gonzalez III, based in Miami, Florida. Gonzalez worked side by side with Carbonell for over 30 years, bringing his artwork to the forefront on many continents around the world...

Stefano Bressani, the tailor of art

Stefano Bressani, Maestro and creator of his own artistic technique, has taken his works to dozens of places all around the world. From American private collections to installations at the Hotel Excelsior Venice Lido Resort, Bressani’s Dressed Sculptures (known as “sculture vestite” in Italian) are full of sophisticated uniqueness and overwhelm the viewers with a triumph of colors.

GifArt: how to relate to art in CovidTime

Art, culture as a whole must not stoop, authors and users of ideas must align themselves in the search for the new, the how and when, reinventing themselves, and in this the artists teach, now it is time for research, waiting for safe places

Sladmore Gallery London

Leading dealer in sculpture and objects for over 50 years, the Sladmore Gallery has its origins in a private collection of nineteenth century bronze animal sculpture, assembled by the Horswell family in the 1960’s at Sladmore Farm in Buckinghamshire, alongside their exotic bird and animal Park. In 1968 the gallery moved to...

Silvia Levenson, Glass, the unspeakable space of memory

There is a clash in the essence of glass, between shape and transparency, between what is visible and what can only be sensed. Silvia Levenson gives shape to the glass, and uses it as a magnifying lens to look closely at another clash, the one happening in families and in our society. A fragility that balances the violence of history and the freedom of the future.

Emotions in a blur

Whether he works on a fashion shoot, prepares a portrait or composes a still life, Paolo Roversi creates images that can discover a mystery, shape it and bring it to light. His photos have many souls but, first of all, they appear as flashes of an illogical and unbelievable...