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Bologna in autumn 2020 – The galleries are still there!

Many countries are in the second lockdown. In consequence, theatres, cinemas and also museums are closed. Still, there is no need to renounce cultural activities completely: in several regions, the galleries are still open! Self-evident, the current sanitary regulations such as masks and hand disinfection are followed. Since galleries are rarely crowded after the inauguration,… (read more)

Artwork of the Month / October 2020

Proud Tiziana Bendall-Brunello 1999 Porcelain 39 cm x 24 cm x 24 cm Tiziana Bendall-Brunello’s sculpture “Proud” is a Victorian children’s dress in unglazed porcelain. The artist dipped the wear in liquid porcelain and modelled it. By the firing at a very high temperature, the material becomes extremely light and translucent. However, the resulting colour… (read more)

Artwork of the month / November 2019

Urban Platform burned Valeria Vaccaro 2018 White Carrara marble, ink 80 cm x 60 cm x 15 cm   “Urban Platform burned” by Valeria Vaccaro is seemingly a ready-made: a used and singed EUR-pallet, which has even the trademark of the European Pallet Association (EPAL). Nevertheless, the size is different. The standardised tool for goods… (read more)

Biennale di Venezia 2015 – Three female artist participations

After “Three artistic approaches to conditions of labour” and “Artistic views on the world order” we are glancing at three female participations to the 56th International Art Exhibition in Venice. The first view in on “The Probable Trust Registry”. It is the awarded work from Adrian Piper in the Arsenale. Then we move to the… (read more)