Michela Moro

Gerasimos Floratos


January 2018

Gerasimos Floratos, who was born in New York City in 1986 and grew up in an apartment overlooking Times Square, self-assuredly fills the gallery’s space with large-scale paintings and three sculptures, all made with bold and decisive hues, … READ ON



Fondazione Arnaldo Pomodoro

October 2017

The dark, silent space is dense with fog. Visitors move about circumspectly, their eyes adjusting to the darkness. Suddenly, a large sculpture of indefinite shape emerges, which seems to move and vibrate within the gray material. Then, a … READ ON


Fausto Melotti and Thea Djordjadze

La Triennale di Milano

August 2017

Fausto Melotti’s little theaters, some of his least known work, seem to represent instances when the artist felt most free in his practice. These miniature dioramas create safe spaces in which stories unfold, both lighthearted and profound,… READ ON


Simon Fujiwara

Giņ Marconi

July 2017

Simon Fujiwara’s heaven is obviously clear and orderly. A labyrinth dominates the gallery, while background music lures viewers toward a secret chamber at the heart of the installation. As one traverses the space, lights are activated in … READ ON


Pae White

kaufmann repetto

June 2017

The interstices that Pae White’s work occupies become monumental in this exhibition, where familiar objects warp, encouraging other associations. The show’s title declaims “Demimondaine,” but more than in just the nineteenth-century sense of… READ ON


“Paranormal: Tony Oursler vs Gustavo Rol”

Pinacoteca Giovanni e Marella Agnelli

January 2017

Like the Pied Piper, Tony Oursler leads viewers through an exhibition composed not only of his sculptures and paintings, but also archival material dedicated to the paranormal from his over-15,000-item collection, as well as writings and … READ ON