Pier Paolo Pancotto

Jacopo Miliani, Fay Nicolson, Jackson Sprague


July 2015

In this group show, Jacopo Miliani, Fay Nicolson, and Jackson Sprague reflect on the body and its expressive capacities through various connected means. The works benefit from an installation that emphasizes their dialectical character. See… READ ON


Peter Linde Busk

June 2015

The titles of the works in “Gentlemen,” Peter Linde Busk’s second solo exhibition at Monitor, cast a gothic shadow. The artist snipped adages and fragments of prose from sources ranging from Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein to the script of True… READ ON

IN PRINT Summer 2015 [TOC]

Italo Zuffi

Nomas Foundation

April 2015

Italo Zuffi’s reflections on the intellectual and social dynamics of art are on full display in his first institutional solo show, organized by Cecilia Canziani and Ilaria Gianni. In a video titled The Reminder, 1997, Zuffi is seen carrying… READ ON


Eddie Peake

April 2015

At the heart of Eddie Peake’s exhibition “A Historical Masturbators” is the city of Rome—where the British artist lived from the summer of 2014 until early 2015 (and now lives part-time), integrating himself into the local social and cultural… READ ON

IN PRINT April 2015 [TOC]

Francesca Grilli

Umberto Di Marino

March 2015

In Francesca Grilli’s first solo show at the Umberto Di Marino Gallery in Naples the artist presents five pieces she conceived during her residency at the American Academy in Rome, all focusing on the theme of anger. Gliese 581i, Gliese 581p,… READ ON


Seb Patane

March 2015

Anxiety was the theme of Seb Patane’s recent exhibition at Galleria Fonti. The show was aptly titled “Abdomen,” in reference to the part of the body generally struck by illnesses of emotional and psychological origin, and particularly those… READ ON

IN PRINT March 2015 [TOC]

“Milk Revolution”

American Academy in Rome

February 2015

The exhibition “Milk Revolution” at the American Academy in Rome, curated by Andrea Baccin and Ilaria Marotta, renews the dialogue between art and alchemy. The title is inspired by an iconic 1985 photograph Allen Ginsberg took of archivist … READ ON


Patrizio Di Massimo

February 2015

Patrizio Di Massimo’s solo show “Are Ere Ire”—which included paintings, sculptures, installations, and performances, all from 2014—offered ample evidence of the multiplicity of languages he draws upon and of the vast iconographic and iconological… READ ON

IN PRINT February 2015 [TOC]

“The Coordinates of Sound”

RAM radioartemobile

January 2015

This exhibition, “Le coordinate del suono” (The Coordinates of Sound), curated by Vitaly Patsyukov, focuses on the relationship between sound and image with nine works taking a meaningful look at contemporary art in Russia. The first work … READ ON


Luana Perilli

The Gallery Apart

November 2014

Nature has always been central to Luana Perilli’s artistic research. In her latest solo exhibition, the artist focuses on a particular aspect of this analysis: nature’s relationship to visual and intellectual manmade works. In short, she … READ ON