VITRIOL BY GILLO DORFLES
Gillo Dorfles (106 and kicking) surprises the art community (again), by presenting at the Palazzo della Triennale his last exploit. Read more “VITRIOL BY GILLO DORFLES”
Gillo Dorfles (106 and kicking) surprises the art community (again), by presenting at the Palazzo della Triennale his last exploit. Read more “VITRIOL BY GILLO DORFLES” →
Max Papeschi is a highly controversial artist, known for the application of the collage technique in order to associate very diverse personalities, symbols and icons. His favorite targets are Adolf Hitler, Stalin, Mikey Mouse, Kim Jong-un and, lately, the president-elect of the United States in person: mister Donald Trump. Tonight our indiscreet camera will take us to the opening of his show The Best Is Yet To Come at the M.A.C., one of the most glamorous art galleries in the Swinging Milano.
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Sebastião Salgado – probably the most acclaimed and revered living photographer – exhibits in Forlì, Italy, his most ambitious and demanding project. At Musei San Domenico, Genesis portrays a state of nature, the conditions of what the lives of people might have been like before society came into existence. Read more “SEBASTIAO SALGADO’S GENESIS” →
Facing a giant like Henri Cartier-Bresson, one cannot help feeling like a midget. Since I first had a camera in my hands, I have always looked at him, more than as a model: as a master. Monza’s exhibit cannot exhaust 70 years of activity of the man among the founders of Magnum Photos, but describes him accurately. Read more “CARTIER-BRESSON PHOTOGRAPHER” →