“From Screen to Nature and Back Again”: an Interview with NEEN founder Miltos Manetas

Museo Nazionale delle Arti del XXI Secolo – MAXXI

On the occasion of Miltos Manetas’ solo show at MAXXI, Rome we interviewed the artist to learn more about his art and practice, mostly related to social networks, selfie, fashion and the imaginary of the contemporary age. For his solo show, Miltos (Athens, 1964) brings together with large canvases a world populated by selfies, a reality observed by Facebook, pornographic images next to fashion, the streets of the whole world he recorded by Google. A painter, conceptual and theoretical artist, recognized at international level for his internet-based works and for having founded in 2009 the first Internet Pavilion at the Venice Biennale, Miltos tells about the emotions and the imaginary... Read More
Miltos Manetas, Courtesy of Fondazione MAXXI, Rome
Beatrice Trussardi, Jeremy Deller and Massimiliano Gioni

Please, Jump on it!: an Interview with Jeremy Deller and Massimiliano Gioni


During the somewhat soggy opening of Jeremy Deller’s Sacrilege, a bouncy-castle Stonehenge, at CityLife sculpture park in Milan, we interviewed both the British artist and curator Massimiliano Gioni to find out more about the installation and... Read More
Sara Raza, Guggenheim UBS MAP Curator, Middle East and North Africa Photograph by David Heald © Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, New York

“Conceptual Contraband and the Migration of Art and Ideas”: an Interview with Sara Raza

GAM Milano

On the occasion of the presentation of the Guggenheim UBS MAP exhibition at GAM Milano “But a Storm Is Blowing from Paradise” I had the chance to ask Sara Raza about the conceptual origin of the show. Mara Sartore: We’re at the last chapter of this... Read More
Kenneth Frampton

Kenneth Frampton is the Recipient of the Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement at Venice Architecture Biennale


Kenneth Frampton, an English architect, historian, critic and educator, has been awarded the Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement at the 16th International Architecture Exhibition of the Venice Biennale. In proposing this name Yvonne Farrell and Shelley... Read More
Johan Jervoe, Courtesy of UBS

“As the art market has gone global, collections will be looking global”: an Interview with Johan Jervøe

On the occasion of Art Basel Hong Kong and to celebrate the five year long partnership between the Hong Kong edition and UBS, we interviewed Johan Jervøe, Group Chief Marketing Officer at UBS. This year UBS Art Lounge has unveiled a major new acquisition... Read More

Featured Exhibitions

The not-to-be-missed exhibitions in Milan

Matt Mullican: The Feeling of Things

Pirelli HangarBicocca
12/04 - 16/09 2018

Pirelli Hangar Bioccca presents “The Feeling of Things”, the first retrospective by Matt Mullican (1951 in Santa Monica, California) in Italy. Since the 1970s the artist has been developing his own modus operandi in order to correspond to altered levels of perception, with its very own own lexicon, he calls it the “five worlds” and they are distinguished apart by five colors: “green for physical, material elements; blue for everyday life (the “world unframed”); yellow where objects become valuable, as in art (the “world framed”); black and white for language and symbols; and red for subjectivity and ideas“. Occupying almost the entire 3,500 square metre... Read More
Matt Mullican. Exhibition View, Le Magasin, Grenoble, 1990. Courtesy of the artist, Mai 36 Galerie, Zurich. Ph. Geord Resteiger
Barry X Ball, "Tableau Vivant", 1992-93

Barry X Ball: The End of History

Villa Panza
10/04 - 09/12 2018

FAI and Castello Sforzesco, on the occasion of miart, presents a solo show by the Californian artist Barry x Ball. His solo show is on view at Villa Panza in Varese and his interpretation of Michelagelo’s Pietà Rondanini is on display at Castello... Read More
Edoardo Tresoldi, Sacral, 2018

Edoardo Tresoldi: Sacral

Museo della Scienza
10/04 - 30/09 2018

Edoardo Tresoldi exhibits the sculpture “Sacral” in the gardens of the Museum of Science in Milan. In a dialogue between classical architecture and contemporary art, the work transports the visitor into an unprecedented space-time experience... Read More
Installation view: But a Storm Is Blowing from Paradise: Contemporary Art of the Middle East and North Africa, GAM, Milan © Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, 2018 Photo: Carlotta Coppo

But a Storm is Blowing From Paradise: Contemporary Art of the Middle East and North Africa

GAM Milano
11/04 - 17/06 2018

The exhibition marks the final exhibition of the Guggenheim UBS MAP Global Art Initiative. Organized by Sara Raza, Guggenheim UBS MAP Curator, Middle East and North Africa, in collaboration with Paola Zatti, Chief Curator, and Omar Cucciniello, Curator,... Read More
"Ya Basta Hijos de Puta", exhibition view, 2018

Teresa Margolles: Ya Basta Hijos de Puta

PAC Milano
28/03 - 20/05 2018

PAC Gallery in Milan presents a solo exhibition by the Mexican artist Teresa Margolles, curated by Diego Sileo. The artist with her minimal yet striking style of hard impact becomes testimony to the complexities of todays contemporary society, that of... Read More


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Jeremy Deller

Jeremy Deller


Lupo Borgonovo. Photo credits: Francesco Maria Colombo
Matt Mullican. Courtesy of Pirelli HangarBicocca

Matt Mullican


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