Apart: Le Grand Verre, Pino Pipoli and Gianni Politi



Apart by Elisa C Penagini opens Saturday 1 April 2017 from 6-8pm in via Venini 93, Milan.

The moment in which we stop imagining what could please to do what pleases: Le Grand Verre, Pino Pipoli, and Gianni Politi.
Becoming encounter.
The ability and the possibility of creating, but also of feeling, of grasping the connections, the synchronicities between different expressions. Beyond matter. (more…)

Openstudio: Peak + INTHEMOUNTAINS by Nicolò Degiorgis and Giorgio Orbi

Giorgio Orbi, untitled, pvc back light, 300×200 cm, 2017, inthemountains


On Saturday 1 April 2017, Dolomiti Contemporanee proposes an Open-studio at the Colonia (summer camp building) of the former Eni Village of Borca di Cadore. During the course of the afternoon, two works in particular will be showcased: Peak, by Nicolò Degiorgis, and INTHEMOUNTAINS, by Giorgio Orbi. (more…)

Subaltern Theatre: Regina José Galindo, Piero Gilardi at Prometeogallery, Milan

Piero Gilardi, Stop Pollution, 1983


Prometeogallery will open its new venue with Subaltern Theatre, featuring works by two eminent artists from different generations – Regina José Galindo and Piero Gilardi, who will share the same site, for the first time ever. It is not a double solo exhibition but one comprised of combinations, parallelisms, contaminations, where two key figures of the relationship between art and politics meet in a physical and metaphorical space at the same time. (more…)

Outer Space at FutureDome, Milan

Futurdome is a 1913 building  set in the East-Centre of Milan. The 2000-squared-meters ancient palace, during the Forties of the XX Century has been dwelled by the last living Futurists. Artists meeting there, working together and planning aesthetic interventions on the Liberty architecture. (more…)

Blazing Quasi-Stellar Object at CERN, Geneva

A meeting of multi-messenger astrophysics shares the stage with a contemporary artist. On March 29 at CERN, Geneva, Luca Pozzi will present his project Blazing Quasi-Stellar Object organized by curatorial duo Francesco Urbano Ragazzi. (more…)

Nico Vascellari, Scholomance at Palais de Tokyo, Paris

Somewhere in the heart of the mountains in Transylvania there was a school where all the secrets of nature, the language of animals and all imaginable magic spells and charms were taught by the devil in person. Ten scholars were allowed to enter, only nine were released to return. The name of the school was Scholomance. Emily Gerard “Transylvanian Superstitions,” 1885 (more…)