Tag Archive for: art

Lawrence Lek / Black Cloud Highway

Art&Culture | Interview
In conversation with Lawrence Lek, who's work blurs the lines between the real and the digital, inviting audiences to engage with immersive narratives and environments that challenge traditional boundaries of art and technology.

Picnic Affair / Nasty Goes To Brucoli

Art&Culture | Spotlight
Picnic Affair, a triannual boutique celebration of music, arts, and joie de vivre organised by the Italian cardiologist Jacopo Pizzicannella, brings a selection of musical and fine-artists to beautiful venues on the Italian coast.

Lulu Wang / Break The Dark Ice

Art&Culture | Spotlight
Nasty attends “Break the Dark Ice” a new exhibit by Lulu Wang at Pocko Gallery, curated by Maria Abramenko.

Lucinda Chua / Beware the Righteousness of Numbers

Art&Culture | Spotlight
A spotlight on Lucinda Chua latest exhibition at ICA.

Ben Frost / A Predatory Chord

Art&Culture | Spotlight
Ben Frost’s one-off performance of a new work, A Predatory Chord, points a new way forward for the composer who has built a fearsome reputation with his albums and installations across Europe and around the world.

Ben Frost / A Predatory Chord

Art&Culture | Interview
In conversation with Ben Frost on his latest exhibition A Predatory Chord, a sound installation debuting May 27-28 at the Megaron Athens Concert Hall.

Gaika / The Babylon Hole

Art&Culture | Interview
In conversation with Gaika Tavares, who has established himself as one of the most groundbreaking voices in the contemporary British music and art scene.

Pornopolitics / The Origin of the World

Art&Culture | Spotlight
Pyotr Pavlensky will face trial for having realised his eighth event of Subject-Object Art, Pornopolitics (2020).

Jesse Draxler / U&I

Art&Culture | Spotlight
Jesse Draxler Revels in the Tension Between Our Innermost Selves and the External Forces that Shape Our Identities with New Multimedia Exhibition and Book Release.

Miart 2023 / Crescendo

Art&Culture | Spotlight
With 169 galleries from 27 countries, the twenty-seventh edition of the fair organised by Fiera Milano intends to strengthen the international presence and consolidate its ties with the main Italian realities.

Diotis Thomas / The Dragon’s Gaze

Art&Culture | Interview
A spotlight on Greek artist Diotis Thomas, an artist who is constantly exploring new means of expression, with his output including wildlife, nature, science, anatomy and painting.

Ryoichi Kurokawa / Synaesthetic Artfacts

Art&Culture | Interview
Kurokawa uses computers to create installations and performances in which sound and visual elements are in close connection with each other, seeking the creation of synaesthetic experiences. Considered a pioneer in the field of art generated through the use of new technologies, Ryoichi Kurokawa began his artistic career as a musician, and has maintained over the years a strong interest in the performative act. In addition to creating multimedia installations, in recent years, his interest in natural sciences has led him to establish important collaborations with the international scientific landscape.