“MOTHERBOY” AT GIÓ MARCONI GALLERY

Art, News

In Milan, Gió Marconi Gallery is currently hosting “Motherboy”, a group exhibition born out of the dialogue between curator Stella Bottai and artist Gray Wielebinski around the phenomenon of the “mammone” (mummy’s boy) – a notion rooted in Italian culture but expanded to encompass broader political critiques and reflections on authority, emancipation, love, and vulnerability.

NONHUMAN EXCELLENCE

Art

Lawrence Lek’s intricate world of NOX – short for ‘Nonhuman Excellence’ – invites us into a speculative reality where empathy and care come head to head with productivity and optimisation. Lawrence combines his various artistic practices to construct an atmospheric and meditative experience of a highly technologized future.

“PARAVENTI”: BETWEEN DICHOTOMIES

Art, Culture

Unveiling the profound ambiguity of an intriguing and ever-lasting object through “Paraventi: Folding Screens from the 17th to 21st Centuries”, curated by Nicholas Cullinan at Fondazione Prada in Milan.

BRYANT GILES “I’M ALIVE?” AT SCHLACHTER 151

Art, News

Prepare to embark on a transcontinental journey of artistic introspection as Bryant Giles, the innovative LA-based artist and designer, plants his creative flag in Berlin with ‘I’M ALIVE?’ at Schlachter 151.

Gibellina Metaphysics

Art, Culture

An abandoned gem of art and architecture in the middle of Sicily. Just waiting to be rediscovered.

GAETANO PESCE BY ALBERT WATSON FOR Issue NO. 01

Art, Fashion, Interview

“This occurred to me when looking at Michelangelo’s designs for fortresses, which convey the negativity of war. It was then that I realized that architecture does not always have to be a positive act of faith, it can also be a critique of a place, a regime, or a way of thinking.”

DREAMING / DESIRING

Art, Culture

“Clothes have become the Trojan horse, bringing art into the most intimate and everyday dimensions of life.”

ITALY IN SPACE

Art, Culture, Interview

“Architects are among the few professional figures capable of translating policies and new ways of inhabiting the planet into ‘space.’ We are already in a paradigm shift, we just don’t know it yet.”