Art & Design
Designed by Italian architect Joseph di Pasquale, Guangzhou Circle still retains all its iconic nature and its character as a landmark building seven years after its inauguration. Since then it has entered the collective memory of the capital of the Guangdong province as one of the symbolic identities of the Chinese metropolis, a true southern gateway to the ‘Middle Kingdom’, but also a point of reference in the dialectic between East and West.
Stefano Bressani celebrates the 10th anniversary of his “Palle d’artista” project (“an artist’s balls”), which has once again been focused on the technique that, in the past few years, has set him off on a real journey through his passion for and dedication to his work
No bars and restaurants can now be cool if not designed with sustainability in mind. Using waste materials, relying on green energy and opting for sustainable furnishings are just some of the solutions that state-of-the-art luxurious venues have found
Bob Marongiu was born in Switzerland of Sardinian parents, in 1976. He studied there until he was 11, then moved back with his family to Bonarcado, a little village in charming Sardinia with only 1,500 residents, immersed in the most valuable treasure for every living being: pristine nature and...
M77 presents OrnAmenTum’EtKriMen, a solo show by South African artist and activist Kendell Geers (Johannesburg, 1968) curated by Danilo Eccher, open to the public from Monday 21 September 2020 to Saturday 30 January 2021
André Derain is one of the great figures of the artistic revolution of the early 20th century, both pictorial and sculptural
Life Beyond Plastic, the competition for ideas on the theme of environmental sustainability was won by the artist Matteo Vettorello with an interactive sculpture, operated by two voices, in harmony in a square in Milan: an invitation to ecological action