barbara paganin “open memory” @ palazzo fortuny

I love the Palazzo Fortuny museum in Venice for its interesting exhibitions within a unique atmosphere of Fortuny’s original home/studio. Today, an exhibit opened by jeweler Barbara Paganin, Open Memory and runs through July 14, 2014. This work appeals to me with its collection of found objects, which I prefer over Paganin’s more organic pieces… Read More barbara paganin “open memory” @ palazzo fortuny

louise nevelson exhibition in rome

Now until July 21, 2013, at the Palazzo Sciarra in Rome, you can see the retrospective exhibition Louise Nevelson dedicated to the American sculptor of Russian origin, Louise Berliawsky Nevelson (1899 – 1988). One of the most important sculptors of the twentieth century, some critics recognizing her as the greatest living sculptor, Nevelson is an original avant-garde artist. Her sculptures,… Read More louise nevelson exhibition in rome

“embodiments: medicine, metaphor, metaphysics” at la specola

Janice Gordon is a New York City artist working in various media, including sculpture, collage, assemblage and installation. Through the end of the month, her exhibition entitled Embodiments: Medice, Metaphor, Metaphysics can be seen while visiting Florence’s Museum of Natural History Department of Zoology, “La Specola, ” founded in 1775 and the oldest scientific museum in… Read More “embodiments: medicine, metaphor, metaphysics” at la specola

“dear giotto” interview with artist deborah dancy

Dear Giotto is an exhibition of gouache on paper by Deborah Dancy currently at the SACI Gallery at Studio Art Centers International in via Sant’Antonino 11, Florence. Her works seek to examine the tension between reality and the imagined. Dear Giotto is a series of works on paper created during this autumn while living in Florence. The title… Read More “dear giotto” interview with artist deborah dancy