Jessica Capretti

Jessica Capretti is a frequent contributor to Milano Art Guide since 2021. She graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Milan and has worked on several projects including “L’Arc de Triomphe Wrapped” by Christo and Jeanne-Claude, in Paris. She lives and works in Milan.

La Scala Is Getting Ready to Open the Season With ‘Boris Godunov’

Modest Petrovič Musorgsky’s “Boris Godunov,” conducted by Maestro Riccardo Chailly and directed by Kasper Holten, the visionary Danish director is the first performance of the season. The all-star cast includes Ildar Abdrazakov, Lilly Jørstad, and Anna Denisova. Brescia/Amisano

An original production of the nineteenth-century masterpiece by Russian composer Modest Musorgski is opening the new season of the most famous opera house in the world.

A Quick Guide to Turin’s Contemporary Art Week

Portuguese artist Diana Policarpo’s practice traverses the various disciplines of history, cultural anthropology, and biogenetics, combining the genre of documentary together with speculative fiction. “Liquid Transfers” is a multichannel audio video installation now on view at Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo in Turin.

Turin lights up with new exhibitions at major cultural venues as the contemporary art fair Artissima kicks off.

A New Guard of Curators Takes Over

Artist Andreas Andronikou created portraits of the artists working in the residency on the videogame The Sims. The curators Irene Sofia Comi and Chiara Spagnol were represented by two cats roaming around the studio. Spazio Libero residents have been Simified - an ongoing project by Andreas Andronikou. Andreas Andronikou

Under the mentorship of Milovan Farronato, curators Irene Sofia Comi and Chiara Spagnol have created a ‘fluid and open environment’ for artists.