- MARCH 2017 -
- Native Americans
- New York - New York
- On the road
- America America
- The beautiful West
- Italian American World
- Italian Monuments
in New York
- Let’s Eat Italian
- Apulian Americans
by Antonella Marino Originally from Bari, she studied and lived in New York for nine years and for some time now has been living in Hawaii.
A “total” artist, she has experimented with Body Art and created complex installations in many different places all over the world: from an Australian beach to Puerto Rico to Berlin.
To oppose the exploitation of the North Pole by the multinationals she launched Occupy North, a symbolic occupation of Arctic territory but also an initiative which points a finger at speculators and lobbies November 2016
by Antonella Marino His installations in historic centers or places have aroused controversy but the Salentinian artist has a broader intention: to get people thinking about urban spaces and social relations.
After Lecce and Bari, now Taranto will host the third phase of his installations. In autumn a synthesis of his work will be on show in Milan July 2016
by Pietro Marino At the Museo Pascali in Polignano a Mare (Bari), until April 3, “Inventario 1979-2015”, the photography exhibition by Gianni Leone who shows a Puglia with no monuments, no architectural splendor, no spectacular sunrises and sunsets, no people.
Three sections of stripped-down pictures to arrive at mosaic abstractions that create modular compositions (quoting Brodskij) March 2016
by Antonella Marino When very young, he moved from Salento to Milan to give his artistic talent a better chance.
He started with painting and ended up doing video, sculpture and installations, winning prestigious awards.
The area he came from plays an important role in the creation of his works January 2016
by Antonella Marino The artist, born in Grottaglie (Taranto), has for some time been playing a significant role on the national and international art scene.
Her works present disturbing sci-fi overtones that raise questions and make us think October 2015
by Francesca Pastore In the Gallery of the Palazzo Ducale dei Castromediano a precious exhibition of paintings, curated by Francesco Petrucci, with works from museums, public institutions and private collections, representing the period’s best portrait artists February 2015
by Domenico Tangaro The basilica that is the symbol of Lecce Baroque has inspired jottings and drawings by the architect from Bari December 2014
by Pietro Marino In the majestic facades of the churches, a jubilation of flowers, fruits, cherubs, and animals are sculpted into the tender local stone.
From the amphitheater to the Sedile, churches and large noble houses: bearing witness to various centuries, concentrated between St. Oronzo square and the nearby old town center June 2011