1199 People.

1199 People.

Quitting is not always a choice of crawen people. There are situations in which you must examine your conscience with a fierce and (as objective as possible) analysis of your own skills and knowledge: if these do not reflect the requirements, giving up means to be brave, not cowardly. It... Read more »
Infinite Possibility

Infinite Possibility

In Guggenheim Museum, has exhibited Iranian born, New York based artist Monir Shahroudy Farmanfa’s mirror works and drawing titled ‘Infinite Possibility’. When viewers first step into the gallery, the reflection lights of the mirror sculptures dance around viewers, inviting spectators into a world of mirrors and reflections. Hang on the... Read more »
The Blue(coat) is the new black.

The Blue(coat) is the new black.

The Bluecoat is the oldest building of Liverpool and one of the most popular artistic spaces in the city. During the festival LOOK / 15 it hosts three photo exhibitions, different but in some ways similar. I say "similar" because, despite the styles poles apart, if put them together, this... Read more »
LOOK/15’s first stage: photography made in England

LOOK/15’s first stage: photography made in England

The exhibition, during the Liverpool International Photography Festival, presents the works of two undisputed talents, one inspired the other: Tony Ray-Jones and Martin Parr. English blood for both and a decade of difference between them. The first is an invisible voyeur with an obsession for the harmonic composite; the second... Read more »
LOOK/15: ‘cos Liverpool is not only the Beatles Museum

LOOK/15: ‘cos Liverpool is not only the Beatles Museum

LOOK / 15 Exchange, it’s an International Photography Festival that annually the city of Liverpool hosts. Thanks to the unexpected (but deserved) success of last year, LOOK is back brighter than ever with three main subjects that photographers from around the world have here developed: women,memory and migration, often overlooked... Read more »
Zhan Weixing and his cold memory

Zhan Weixing and his cold memory

Writing about The Temperature of Memory, the new Zhang Weixing‘s exhibition, was a challenge for me. This article didn’t want to be written. Despite the periodic revisions, the times to reflect, the surgical cuts to the text, the muffled curses, the shouted curses, the neologisms coined specifically to offend the... Read more »
“Who ya gonna call?”

“Who ya gonna call?”

Dreams, unconscious, the unknown impulses, beneath our conscious surfaces, there hide a deep fantasy world. It’s dark, sublime, colorful and whimsical. In Ben Godward’s exhibition ‘From the Depth’, Godwards leads viewers to step into his deep fantasy, a dream world on one hand seems to be colorful, on the other... Read more »
The dreamy world of Roland Darjes

The dreamy world of Roland Darjes

The positive thing of working within the M50 district in Shanghai is that here Art is really everywhere and sometimes it catches you off guard. Sometimes you’re just walking a bit ‘sleepy to reach the gallery where you work. It happens that you, taken by sudden originality morning, decide to... Read more »
Björk: when music meets fashion and contemporary art

Björk: when music meets fashion and contemporary art

I first encounter with the collaboration between Bjork and Shoplifter through Swide.com,an online magazine which gave me an unexpected glance of the hair sculpture that Shoplifter designed for Bjork’s performance in New York. The two Iceland artists, one is a singer, one is an artist, combine the contemporary art ideas... Read more »