Leunora Salihu: exploring space

By Chiara Rizzolo A spatial journey with Leunora Salihu, the Kosovian artist abstracting and redefining shapes from everyday life Leunora Salihu (1977, Pristina, Kosovo) is a multifaceted artist combining different industrial and organic materials to explore space...

Primoz Bizjak: more than meets the eye

By Chiara Rizzolo The Slovenian photographer Primoz Bizjak leads us to a sublime journey across the Apuan Alps to unveil the inner light and colors of impermanence After a childhood spent in the fields behind his house looking for pieces from the First World War, a...

Serpentine Pavilion 2018 review

by Tiziana Maggio Serpentine Pavilion: unveiling a concrete tapestry in a garden… This summer a dark fence is going to stand in the lawn of the Serpentine Gallery in London’s Kensington Gardens. On Tuesday 12th June, the new Serpentine Pavilion 2018 opened to...

A performance by Naama Tsabar

By Pietro Ferrazzi Musical artworks: strange paintings with electronic cables, plugs and microphones with Naama Tsabar Wednesday in Basel means breakfast at the Kunsthaus Baselland and the chance to stumble upon great and uncommon shows. This year the three selected...

10 highlights from Art Basel Unlimited section

By Eugenia Bertelè The new edition of Art Basel Unlimited program displays – for the first time at the Messe Basel’s Hall 1– a unique selection of 72 large-scale projects offering the galleries the opportunity to showcase monumental sculptures and installations. The...