Art & Design
Jacques Grange is a top French interior designer that stands out for his incredible and eccentric projects within the interior design. Perfectly embodying his design identity, the interior designer delivers the most bold settings, that it would be an absolute dream come true for every interior design aficionado
Last Saturday, “Terzo Paradiso”, the most renowned collective work by Michelangelo Pistoletto, met the sea for the first time at the port of Catania, where it was assembled out of plastics waste. 30-meter long and 12-meter wide, the installation was set up on a floating dock by citizens, who used plastics retrieved from the sea in order to relieve the pollution of the Mediterranean
Japan has been bucking the trend since the 1970’s, when it launched a policy of road decoration involving everything down to the sewerage manhole covers. The project was inaugurated for the Expo ’75 on the Okinawa island, and has been spreading all over the country since. Over forty years have passed, and in 2017, the city of Kawagoe, in the prefecture of Saitama, even hosted a festival where 58 different kinds of decorated manhole covers were exhibited.
Palazzo Pirelli’s Spazio Eventi in Milan has inaugurated a collective contemporary art exhibition titled “Arte e Salute. Alle radici della prevenzione” (“Art and Health. The Foundations of Prevention”), promoted bySIBioC (the Italian society of clinical biochemistry and molecular biology)and part of the digital project “Family Health”, aiming at raising awareness on prevention as the first crucial tool to take care of our health
A new museum is popping up in Paris, and will open its doors next June. Its name is Fluctuart, and it is located at the Gros-Caillou port, just a few steps from the Pont des Invalides. A unique venue, different than all others of the kind: the first floating art gallery of the world
Another exceptional edition of Arte Laguna Prize ended on April 25th, an Italian event that promotes and enhances contemporary art, rewarding artists and creatives from all over the world. An important initiative supported by Antrax IT in 2019, was the introduction of the design section, a novelty that expresses the constant growth of the prestigious award and that enhances the link that increasingly combines art and design
A precious selection exhibiting the work of the Japanese master, author of the first significant intervention that inaugurated the redevelopment of the Tortona area in Milan. And yet, Armani/Silos has set up one event more: with The challenge/ Tadao Ando, the fashion museum has opened to architecture and design for the first time.
Mary Quant has always had no doubts: “Fashion should be a game!”. Fashion should be provocative and entertaining, and mirror contemporary society. Her parents wished for her to become a teacher, but fate ̶and her rebellious soul ̶took her to fashion, and to open her first boutique in the vibrant atmosphere of Swinging London. A revolutionary forerunner, the British designer observed young people’s style on the streets, and used their own language to put that unconventional wave into iconic fashion objects that we now take for granted.
Designed by architect Ieoh Ming Pei, this huge glass and metal pyramid was long opposed by Parisians, who perceived it as an intrusion in the 18thcentury architecture of the palace. Despite all criticism, thirty years later, the Louvre Pyramid is internationally known as one of Paris’s symbols, and it is now hard to think of the French capital without it. The museum decided to celebrate its pyramid’s 30thanniversary in a fairly unusual way by involving French artist JR (Jean René), who came up with a monumental installation specifically created for the occasion