Simone Menegoi

Martino Gamper

Museion of Modern and Contemporary Art Bolzano

September 2015

Industrial designer Martino Gamper is known for a nonconformist approach that often seems more befitting an artist. Some of his most renowned furniture is made from recycled parts of other pieces, whether chairs abandoned on the street or … READ ON


Jean-Luc Moulène

French Academy of Rome, Villa Medici

July 2015

“Il était une fois” (Once upon a Time): Judging from its (slightly ironic) title, this solo exhibition by Jean-Luc Moulène alludes to the artist’s use of context, which is outstanding and laden with history. Numerous references connect… READ ON


Manon de Boer, Joachim Koester, and Ian Wilson

Jan Mot

June 2015

More than one thread links the works in this sophisticated group show, which considers revisitation as a form of creation and reflection on art as an art form. Seven sheets of paper from Ian Wilson attest to six discussions he had with Daniel… READ ON


Anna Maria Maiolino

Galleria Raffaella Cortese | Via Stradella 7, Galleria Raffaella Cortese | Via Stradella 1

June 2015

Two things about Anna Maria Maiolino’s show are particularly striking: The first is the quality of her recent production. Her latest works (this show, with a few small exceptions, consists of pieces from 2014 and ’15) are among her freshest… READ ON


Elmgreen & Dragset

Massimo De Carlo | Milan

June 2015

“Stigma,” a solo show by Elmgreen & Dragset at Massimo De Carlo, opened the same day as an exhibition of Ettore Spalletti’s work in Milan, emphasizing even more the curious formal similarity between aspects of this latest series by the… READ ON


Oliver Laric

ar/ge kunst Galleria Museo

December 2014

Appropriation, copy, variation, dissemination: Oliver Laric’s work hinges on these fashionable concepts. What distinguishes his output from other “post-Internet” artists is the way in which he also investigates similar notions beyond … READ ON


Marion Baruch


November 2014

Marion Baruch has a long history: Born in Romania eighty-five years ago, this cosmopolitan woman has passed through and experienced many countries, languages, and artistic phases. Her most well-known chapter coincides with Name Diffusion, a… READ ON


Franco Guerzoni

Fondazione la Triennale di Milano

October 2014

In the early 1970s, Franco Guerzoni began using photographic prints as supports, to which he applied fragments of painted or silk-screened plaster, saltpeter crystals, charcoal fragments, and other photographs. The result was a body of refined… READ ON


“Soleil Politique”


October 2014

“Soleil Politique” features a heterogeneous mix of works and documents that include two wooden Christ figures from the fifteenth century, studies by architect Carlo Scarpa for the renovation of the Museo del Castelvecchio, and a 1972 … READ ON




May 2014

Superstudio was a sui generis architectural studio. Like other major players in the international movement that Germano Celant called “radical architecture,” its members were interested not in constructing buildings to add to those that… READ ON