The dreamlike and fairytale imagery of Elisa Bertaglia is on show in Milan at the Officine dell’Immagine. Curated by Matteo Galbiati, the exhibition is based on the series of the same name, “Out of the blue”, here on its first public exhibition. The installation consists of two sections: on the ground floor, there is a selection of medium and large paintings; downstairs, the small sizes are gradually replaced by a site-specific mural work that turns the basement into a lararium, an intimate and meditative shrine dedicated to family deities.
The winner of the 2013 Turner Prize, with her video and film installations, Laure Prouvost (1978, Croix-Lille, France) overturns the conventional forms of narration to blur the boundaries between reality and fiction. Her works, which straddle... Read More
Curated by Luca Massimo Barbero, “Rear Window. Glimpses of Private Collections” (“La Finestra sul Cortile. Scorci di Collezioni Private”) explores the idea of private collectors by establishing a dialogue between artworks... Read More
“Give Me Yesterday” is the group show curated by Francesco Zanot and hosted by Fondazione Prada that inaugurates the program of Osservatorio, foundation’s new exhibition space located in Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, Milan and dedicated... Read More
Curated by Jeffrey Deitch and Gianni Mercurio, the retrospective exhibition about Jean-Michel Basquiat hosted by the Museo delle Culture counts almost 140 works from 1980 and 1987. Swiftly walking through the brief but extraordinary career... Read More