We went to the seventh edition of Taragalte, the festival that celebrates nomadic culture, gathering musicians from all over Africa on the Moroccan soil, every year...
How does energy stimulate transformative processes? How does it affect life? In the light of these appealing questions, five international artists explore energy through their works...
The Gallery Apart in Rome is currently hosting the latest collection of works that Italian artist Alessandro Scarabello produced after gaining an MFA at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts-KASK in Ghent (B) and his relocation in Brussels
EFFIMERA :: Disharmonic Relations
An experimental show devoted to New Media Art
SANDRO MELE :: AQUÌ TODO BIEN
Sandro Mele is back in Brussels, with works made out of the personal archives of the guerrillero Bernardo Zuluaga
THE MEANING OF PAIN :: A show of Art and Prisons
A group show on pain and punishment
Leila Alaoui :: “Out of Place”
For the opening of the exhibition of Leila Alaoui, indomitable creature of vision and talent, within the FIFDH in Geneva – her photo has been chosen for the festival’s poster – we publish unpublished thoughts of Barbara Polla, with whom the artist had begun to collaborate.
Marcellina (2015) :: A performance by Humberto Duque
Migratory flows and a site-specific happening: Mexican artist Humberto Duque rewrites “Havalina” from the Pixies. And the local Marcellina orchestra plays it.
BURNING ICE :: WHAT NATURE SAYS
MEMENTO :: Myriam Van Imschoot takes us onto an unusual journey of nature discovery
CURRENT ISSUE :: An elusive issue like a concealed face…
DROMOGRAPHY :: Two magnificent exhibitions, still in progress at the Foro Boario, by the Modena Foundation Photography are the occasion for a meeting to which we could not escape, the publication of the respective catalogues of two masters of photography, Kenro Izu and Mimmo Jodice.
Sónar is the most important electronic music festival worldwide, but for years his versatile programming is also a reference for all the cutting-edge research ranging between creativity and technology. We interviewed artist Joanie Lemercier.