SERIA INVERSA – Aurora Paolillo at Diogene Tram in Turin

On Tuesday 1 March, 2016 at 6pm, the Serie Inversa project will renew its meetings at the Diogene Tram in Turin. In this new cycle, the first artist invited to present her work is Aurora Paolillo (Turin 1990). (more…)

OBJECTS DO THINGS at Centre for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle, Warsaw

A puppet theater resembles the human world, in miniature, with the one difference: its actors are small, animated objects. (more…)

PHIL COLLINS: A LEARNING SITE at the Carpenter Center for Visual Arts, Massachusetts

Phil Collins, the meaning of style (still), 2011.
Video, 4:50 minutes.
Courtesy Shady Lane Productions, Berlin and Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York.


The multilayered practice of British artist Phil Collins is the focus of a constellation of curatorial and academic activities at the Carpenter Center for Visual Arts this spring dedicated to exhibiting, experiencing, studying, and analyzing the work of one of contemporary art’s most engaging voices.  (more…)

THE STREET by Tobias Kaspar at Cinecittà Studios

Tobias Kaspar’s THE STREET is a one-day exhibition taking place inside a film set at Cinecittà Studios, once used to represent part of New York’s lower Broadway in Martin Scorsese’s Gangs of New York (2002). THE STREET is the artist’s response to an invitation by Istituto Svizzero to develop a project outside its institutional realm in order to test its own boundaries. (more…)

L’internationale Online presents Decolonising Archives

Archives bear testimony to what was, even more so than collections. Archives present documents that allow one to understand what happened and in which order. Today internet technology, combined with rapid moves made on the geopolitical chessboard, make archives a contested site of affirmation, recognition and denial. (more…)

Mélanie Matranga – Guillaume Maraud at Indipendenza in Rome

Indipendenza is pleased to announce the two person exhibition by French artists Mélanie Matranga (b. 1985) and Guillaume Maraud (b. 1988). (more…)