Art&Culture

Music, Contemporary Art, Creative writing.

Chiharu Shiota

Objects are not just objects sometimes. The poetic of common challenges the audience. You can be surprised, you can get emotional, angry, astonished, just looking at a filled room, without knowing why. Often the meaning of it is a visual mystery. Interview by Sara Dal Zotto.

Messy Paper

Colors, overlay, controlled mess, irony and non-sense. A brief view through paper artworks by Italian illustrator Claudio Parentela.

Sarah Moon / Time at work

Haunting, mysterious, unknowable and blurred fairy tales by master of photography Sarah Moon and a conversation about her latest simultaneous exhibitions at the Fondazione Sozzani and at the Armani/Silos in Milan. Interview by Angelica Moschin.

David Tibet / Current 93

Sometimes words can drive into a submerged Sistine Chapel: the light reflections under the water reveal an unseen facet of the Judgement with a more vivid and altered perspective. David Tibet leads us to the other shore. An interview by Marco Giuliano.

You can't stop me now

There are, for approbation, certain known limits which serve as a basis for the construction of reasoning, inspired by common sense. Comparison is a mental operation which permits us to bring things that we desire to understand to a certain point. Artworks by Isabelle Wenzel.

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Road to Wave-Gotik-Treffen 2019

Less than two months left and we are already preparing our hearts and minds for Wave Gotik Treffen 2019, the biggest dark music festival in the World.

Between life and death / Nicola Samorì

Deformed, defaced and destroyed, Nicola Samorì’s obscure, Baroque-inspired oil paintings are skillful reproductions of classical portraits and still lifes on canvas, wood or copper, systemically assaulted by the artist’s hand or knife in an attempt to provoke the status quo of the history of art. Interview by Angelica Moschin.

Sarah Moon / Time at work

Haunting, mysterious, unknowable and blurred fairy tales by master of photography Sarah Moon and a conversation about her latest simultaneous exhibitions at the Fondazione Sozzani and at the Armani/Silos in Milan. Interview by Angelica Moschin.

Sacrifice / M’era Luna 2018

A deeper taste of the M’era Luna vibes, including live pictures from our favorite performances and the beautiful people of the festival.

Tightrope Walking

A talk with Haegue Yang about her first Italian solo show “Tightrope Walking and Its Wordless Shadow” on view at La Triennale di Milano. Interview by Angelica Moschin.

Darklands

Report and diary from Wave-Gotik-Treffen 2018, the World's biggest dark festival.

Chiharu Shiota

Objects are not just objects sometimes. The poetic of common challenges the audience. You can be surprised, you can get emotional, angry, astonished, just looking at a filled room, without knowing why. Often the meaning of it is a visual mystery. Interview by Sara Dal Zotto.

Prophetic visions

A record of impressions of Ulver live at Santeria Social Club in Milan, 22.XI.2017.

Rick Owens Subhuman Inhuman Superhuman

Images from Rick Owens' first exhibition at La Triennale in Milan. Photography by Marco Giuliano, words by Anca Macavei

Quiet, Loud, Focused

In conversation with Black Asteroid, dark industrial suffused techno producer, DJ and live performer. Touching base on fashion, inspirations, loud audiences and his full length album titled 'Thrust', that features singles in collaboration with Zola Jesus, Cold Cave and Rick Owens' muse Michele Lamy.

M’era Luna 2017

Five key performances and the beautiful people we met at last edition of the festival.

David Tibet / Current 93

Sometimes words can drive into a submerged Sistine Chapel: the light reflections under the water reveal an unseen facet of the Judgement with a more vivid and altered perspective. David Tibet leads us to the other shore. An interview by Marco Giuliano.
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