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The 12th Istanbul Biennial, organised by the Istanbul Foundation for Culture and Arts and sponsored by Koç Holding, is set for 17 September–13 November 2011, under the curatorship of Adriano Pedrosa and Jens Hoffmann.
The Museum of Modern Art presents 194X–9/11: American Architects and the City, an exhibition that examines the work of leading architects in light of the history of urban renewal in the United States.
In his distinctive "Superflat" style, which employs highly refined, traditional Japanese painting techniques and formats to depict a charged mix of historical subject matter, Pop, animé and otaku content within a flattened representational picture-plane...
An Xray into thought and creative activity, this imaginary container shape hosts a worlds of gears made of precious metals and natural woods. It is a reflexion on the intensity of the human mind and the interrelation of the biological and subjective.
Melvin the Machine appears to be a device like no other. It could be described as a Rube Goldberg machine, a machine which operates via a chain reaction function, but Melvin is certainly far more complex.
Alexandre Farto aka Vhils, has taken street art to a whole new level with his etched portraits. The artist chooses decaying brick walls as his canvas were he chips away through the layers to create his amazing images.
The new exhibition at the HangarBicocca Foundation is dedicated to the Thai artist Surasi Kusolwong, whom realizes a spectacular site-specific installation in the Shed, the initial part of the big space of the Hangar.
Federico was born in Argentina in 1976, he emigrated to the United States in 2003 and currently lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. He received his B.A. in Graphic Design from F.A.D.U. University of Buenos Aires.
Carlo Bernardini was born in Viterbo in 1966 and obtained his diploma at the Fine Arts Academy in Rome in 1987. In 1997 he wrote the theoretical essay on "The division of visual unity", which was published by Stampa Alternativa.
How real or abstract is photography? This question has preoccupied photography since its inception. As early as 1859 Oliver Wendell Holmes proposed photographing the world in its entirety, after which it could be burned down: “From now on, form is separated from material”.