Fashion as Social Energy – Connecting Cultures

Connecting Cultures presents Fashion as Social Energy, the first exhibition in Italy devoted to the relation between Art and Fashion, elaborated and interpreted by 14 leading Italian and international artists engaged with this exciting and vital topic. (more…)

GRANPALAZZO – Institution of Palazzo Rospigliosi


The exceptional fifteenth-century venue of Palazzo Rospigliosi in Zagarolo, in the Roman countryside, will be the setting of GRANPALAZZO, an exhibition event and intense contemporary art weekend taking place on Saturday & Sunday 30-31 May 2015. Conceived by Paola Capata, Delfo Durante, Ilaria Gianni, and Federica Schiavo, for its first edition, GRANPALAZZO presents the works of 18 artists supported by 18 of the most dynamic and interesting galleries coming from the Italian and International art scene, a performance programme curated by Ilaria Gianni, and a series of special projects. (more…)

Meeting with Cesare Pietroiusti – Zoo Zone

On Friday 29 May at 6:30pm, the artist Cesare Pietroiusti will meet with the public in the gallery Zoo Zone in Rome where his ongoing solo exhibition Lavori da vergognarsi, ovvero Il riscatto delle opere neglette is in progress. The meeting, organized by Chiara Argentino and Vasco Forconi, wishes to be a casual occasion, in which a diverse audience – not exclusive to experts – is called to confront, to dialogue, and to question the presence of the artist in his works. (more…)

Surfaces – Neumeister Bar-Am

Rachel de Joode – Surfaces
Installation View at Neumeister Bar-Am


Rachel de Joode’s second solo exhibition Surfaces at Neumeister Bar-Am interrogates a contemporary agency of ‘things’ and how we engage with them as surfaces. (more…)


Courtesy the artist


Nomas Foundation presents MOUNTAINTOP WATERDROP, an exhibition project by Gianni Politi (Rome, 1986), an ideal continuation of the show Tra queste sale (malandrino), exhibition recently hosted at the Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna of Rome.  (more…)

Silks – Eastside Projects

Samara Scott’s first solo-show in a public gallery, Silks, rips up and ruptures the floor to create an irrepressible, erotic topography of consumer products. Eastside Projects have commissioned the London based artist to develop an ambitious new body of work and the largest project she has undertaken to date. (more…)