Alessandro Agudio at Fanta Spazio, Milan

installation view: Alessandro Agudio, Tutti Avrebbero Dovuto Avere il Giornale Impermeabile, Fanta Spazio, Milan, 2017
Courtesy of the Artist and Fanta Spazio, Milan
Photo: Roberto Marossi


Alessandro Agudio‘s exhibition, Tutti Avrebbero Dovuto Avere il Giornale Impermeabile, is on display at Fanta Spazio in Milan until the 8th of May. As is the case in much of the artist’s research, here objects are trasformed in order to bring-out the bizzare or peculiar as well the futuristic, whilst nevertheless evoking the idea of “lifestyle.”    (more…)

Pietro Fortuna at MACRO Testaccio, Rome

Exhibition view: Pietro Fortuna, S.I.L.O.S, MACRO Testaccio, Rome, 2017


Three years after his previous solo show in Rome at the Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna, MACRO Testaccio is hosting Pietro Fortuna’s S.I.L.O.S, curated by Pietro Gaglianò. (more…)

Atlas Soccer. A conversation with Marco Mazzoni

28 April 2017

A conversation with artist and performer Marco Mazzoni on his football bilderatlas published by bruno edition.

Marco Mazzoni, Atlas Soccer, bruno edition


Library of Living Books. Conversation with Mette Edvardsen

26 April 2017

Conversation with the Norwegian artist and performer Mette Edvardsen about her library of living and published books Time has fallen asleep in the afternoon sunshine, presented at Live Arts Week VI, curated by Xing in Bologna (26-29 April 2017)

Mette Edvardsen, Time has fallen asleep in the afternoon sunshine, Sydney Biennal, 2016


Live Arts Week VI in Bologna




Maria Hassabi (Cipro/USA) · Alexandra Bachzetsis (CH) · Mette Edvardsen (N/B) · Lorenzo Senni (I) Anastasia Ax/C. Spencer Yeh (S/USA/Taiwan) · Dana Michel (CAN) · Ulrich Krieger (D/USA) Valerio Tricoli (I/D) · Antonija Livingstone/Claudia Hill (CAN/D) Nico Vascellari (I) · Prurient (USA) · Cristina Kristal Rizzo (I) · Silvia Costa (I) Mattin/Miguel Prado (Basque Country/E/GB) feat. Margherita Morgantin/Martina Raponi (I/GB) Olivier Kosta-Thèfaine (F) · Ashes Withyman Moore (CAN) · Nicolàs Lamas (Peru/B) · and more (more…)


“Mountains look so beautiful that once you start looking at them you can’t stop. A glance lasts only a moment but it takes part of the whole metamorphosis.”

INTHEMOUNTAINS is an ongoing project by Roman artist Giorgio Orbi (1977), whose research “goes up and down the mountains” since 2008. Today Orbi will launch a website dedicated to the project: a long and unremitting flow that puts together his own personal photographic archive and some of the artworks that he developed within this research(more…)