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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.
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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.
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The multi disciplinary artist 0010x0010 in conversation about what it means to be a digital artist and their diverse and eccentric practices, spanning from music to AI and 3D design, his link to fashion and to the metaverse. The artist subverts notions of art and triggers a sense of darkness and alienation, imagining anOther world that might not yet exist.
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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.
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A spotlight on the Curses' performance at The Lower Third
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Pervert 30th Bday party with Cera Khin on Saturday April 1st at Teatro Principe in Milan.
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A spotlight on Chihei Hatakeyama, Loscil and Hatis Noit live at EartH Theatre.
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In the past month, OAMC presented Our Apt Mental Climb at Spazio Maiocchi, an event fusing art, photography and design through an exhibition by Jordan Hemingway. New York born photographer and director based between London and Paris, Jordan Hemingway, is known for imagery that touches the viewer with honesty, beauty and brutality: his work challenges hackneyed stereotypes of beauty.
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A conversation with the artist and designer who creates an infinite universe of signs, symbols and matter through his works; the components of his art function exactly like the letters of an alphabet: perceived as a whole, constitute a language in it's own right.
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The artist and activist uses her art to deliver a strong political message and suggest a critical reflection on the paradigms of the contemporary society. Zanele Muholi celebrates black pride through portraits, with the intention of creating a progressive space within museums and galleries, including in the rhetoric of arts a beauty that was previously neglected.
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A chat with Virgen Maria. With her straight-forwardness, the artist subverts what has meant to be an artist and reflects, at the same time, the zeitgeist of our times.
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Picnic Affair, a triannual boutique celebration of music, arts, and joie de vivre at Lampo Milano, a new space set in an abandoned industrial warehouse waiting to be demolished and rebuilt into a residential skyrise. Nasty’s own Maria Abramenko curated the fine art programme, while the musical part was done by the British electronic music label Sentaku.