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The Redefining Space exhibition brings together the works of three important and multifacetedcontemporary artists who work with sculpture, print, video, NFTs and virtual reality: Leo Caillard,Emanuele Dascanio and Matteo Mauro. The exhibition aims to establish an exciting dialogue between the classical and the contemporary.The show renews the traditional concept of space anchored to the physical and material dimensionof reality to extend it beyond itself into the virtual sphere of contemporaneity.  The works on display narrate the birth of the Metaverse, which is a process equal to creating theuniverse

Cortesi Gallery Lugano is pleased to announce its new exhibition in via Nassa 62, dedicated to some of the most important artists who have worked on the idea of matter and space from the ’50s until nowadays. Oltre la Materia - Beyond Matter will open to the public on Thursday, 17th February, until the end of April 2022. The show aims to explore different artistic practices which face the topic of physical and environmental dimensions of the art using various mediums, from sculpture to painting and photography Lucio Fontana, Concetto spaziale, 1955,

Diana Vreeland once said that in order to become a fashion designer one must arrange their life so that they are first born in Paris. These words only reinforce the mystique and allure of this beautiful city and however the centuries it has served as the epicentre of culture. I myself am of course infatuated with Paris and am always looking forward to visiting (even for work). Discovering the art of our times. First event on my

An exhibition and book conceived, curated and edited by Francesca Pola In collaboration with Archivio Piero Dorazio Promoted and hosted by Cortesi Gallery Publisher: Skira (bilingual edition, Italian / English) Milano | Via Morigi 8 1 September 2021 until 30 November 2021 From Monday to Friday 10 am - 6 pm   Cortesi Gallery Milano is pleased to present an exhibition and a book devoted to the relations between Piero Dorazio (1927, Rome – 2005, Perugia), a master of Post-War Italian abstract art, and