Under the mentorship of Milovan Farronato, curators Irene Sofia Comi and Chiara Spagnol have created a ‘fluid and open environment’ for artists.
“I risked falling into ‘too much’ and showing in excess because of my constant production,” she says. Now, she is ready for the grand finale.
Curator Rebecca Senf’s newly inaugurated exhibition in Milan reveals the American photographer dazzling empathy for his subjects.
The celebrated duo weigh in on the process behind their contribution to the 23rd Milan Triennale and how design can be circular, spontaneous, and at times painful.
US painter Dylan Solomon Kraus’ third solo show ‘Holy Unrest’ opened on April 1st at Peres Projects, Milan. We talk about what inspires him as an artist. Turns out, it’s everything.
Artist Alice Pedroletti is giving a glimpse at the results of her research on the city of Berlin, islands, and artificial intelligence with a special project for miart in collaboration with the Untitled Association.
To celebrate the launch of the ninth issue of the Milan-based magazine Cartography, we talked to the editors Luca de Santis and Paola Corini about their work and what the future of travel reporting looks like.
On the occasion of the artist’s solo show in Milan, Nataliya Chernakova talked to Maud Greppi about her latest exhibition.
During the artist’s visit to Milan for the opening of her solo show she chatted with curator Rossella Farinotti about her upcoming project.