The historical Palazzo Cipolla hosts the first monographic exhibition of Quayola (1982), a Roman-born, London-based artist who is among the world’s leading representatives of media art.
Dedicated to Margaret Bourke-White, one of the most representative and iconic women in photojournalism, this exhibition shows over 100 images of the American photographer’s unconventional vision and life. (more…)
With an interest in documenting intellectual, emotional, and psychological environments, Harris’ recent body of work, a development of her ongoing Celestial Bodies series begun in 2018, was created in direct response to the pandemic and social unrest that have convulsed the world. (more…)
Over 100 works, in a rigorous exposition itinerary, illustrate Banksy’s world. The 16th century architecture of the Chiostro del Bramante in Rome becomes a setting for the “unknown” artist who has charmed the world through works steeped in irony, denunciation, politics, intelligence, and protest. (more…)
DB+K opened their home gallery venue in the heart of Rome on the occasion of the launch of the exhibition Me and You and Everyone We Know. Anna Kessler and Michele Dal Bosco founded their gallery with the purpose of promoting new emerging artists (more…)
Paradise Kortrijk 2021 is the successor to Play Kortrijk 2018, the interactive art event that transformed the city of Kortrijk three years ago into a playground of contemporary artworks at various indoor and outdoor locations in the city (more…)
Pilar Corrias is pleased to present Elizabeth Neel’s solo exhibition Limb after Limb. Originally conceived for the nave, apse and transept of a deconsecrated church, Neel’s new body of work explores themes of physicality, suffering, transformation, resuscitation, and redemption. (more…)
Following the murder of George Floyd by police officers, demonstrations across the U.S. and beyond ignite against racism and police brutality, at times met with less than magnanimous authority.
In her second solo show at The Pit, Heather Rasmussen continues her photographic explorations of the body, in carefully composed images that draw on art historical and autobiographical references. Animal, vegetable, mineral will feature several new photographs as well as a photo-based sculpture (more…)
For his first personal exhibition at Super Dakota, Adrian Geller composed a poetic universe inhabited by suited men, wild vegetation, and creatures. Using several mediums such as painting, watercolors, textile, installation, video and sculpture (more…)