From Everyday Downfall to Disturbances – Leonid Tsvetkov

23 April 2014

Theatre of Marcellus

On the occasion of Disturbances, the solo show by Leonid Tsvetkov at Ex Elettrofonica, we present here some unpublished images that the artist himself took in 2013 and 2014, as a sort of documentation of a work-in-progress that he started in 2012 in Rome. (more…)

Grazia Toderi / Screening – Palazzo Grassi

Until June 2014, the Teatrino of Palazzo Grassi presents new videos by artists from the Pinault Collection. Tomorrow, Thursday April 24 2014, sees the first screening of Il fiore delle 1001 notte (1998) by Italian artist Grazia Toderi (1963), which will be screened until May 5, 2014. (more…)

The Stuart Hall Project – Lecture by Mark Fisher + Screening – John Cabot University

One of the key thinkers of the post-war period, Stuart Hall (1932-2014) was a leading figure of the Birmingham Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studies. In the 50th anniversary of the establishment of the Centre and in remembrance of his recent passing, John Cabot University will screen John Akomfrah’s documentary, The Stuart Hall Project, which is a tribute to the intellectual work of a thinker who had a huge influence on political, cultural and academic debates for over six decades. (more…)

TIME BEING TIME – Museum of Contemporary Art of Republic of Srpska

The Museum of Contemporary Art of Republic of Srpska presents Time Being Time, Contemporary Drawing in Motion, a new group exhibition curated by Björn Hegardt and Miodrag Manojlović. (more…)

Guerra de la Paz and Filippo Berta – AUGEO ART SPACE

Filippo Berta, Homo Homini Lupus, 2011, video


Tomorrow, Saturday 12th April 2014, sees the opening of AUGEO ART SPACE, a new centre for contemporary art in the heart of Rimini, Italy, in a converted seventeenth century mansion, Palazzo Spina on Corso d’Augusto, the main street in the city. (more…)

MEETING ARCHITECTURE Part 5: David Adjaye and Peter Adjaye – MAXXI

Today, Thursday 10 April 2014, sees the fifth part of Meeting Architecturethe British School at Rome’s new programme curated by Marina Engel, with a talk by british architect David Adjaye and his composer brother Peter Adjaye.