Natalie Maximova is visual artist who mainly works with analog photography, currently based in Moscow. She graduated from Moscow Rodchenko Art School in 2015 and focusing on her personal projects. Her work has been exhibited in Russia and Europe.
Places with a strong soul, where the sea connects with the strength of women. In South of Italy passion and dignity along with spirituality and suspension can be seen through the cracks of the walls. (more…)
To celebrate the centenary of Simon Hantaï’s birth (1922–2008), Fondation Louis Vuitton is organising an unprecedented retrospective exhibition, in collaboration with the Hantaï family, curated by Anne Baldassari. (more…)
Using simple and functional components, Zimoun builds architecturally-minded platforms of sound. Exploring mechanical rhythm and flow in prepared systems, his installations incorporate commonplace industrial objects. (more…)
Allan Sekula was an American photographer, writer, critic and filmmaker. Born in Erie, Pennsylvania in 1951, he lived most of his life in Los Angeles and the surrounding regions of southern California.
This comprehensive exhibition brings together rarely seen works from two of Robert Rauschenberg’s most innovative series. For a period of 15 years, Rauschenberg made several trips to Japan where he created ceramic artworks using a newly developed technique (more…)
Dario Maglionico was born in Naples in 1986. After graduating in Biomedical Engineering at the Polytechnic University of Milan, from 2014 he lived and worked in Milan, devoting himself exclusively to painting. (more…)
Bodyfulness consists of a series of photographs and musical compositions revealing the potentials and paradoxes of digital intimacy. The work is accompanied by video referring to popular online voice-guided meditations (more…)