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  • The Punctum as Glitch in Contemporary Art: The Art of Rosa Menkman

    Posted on September 22 2018

      . . In our ever increasing technological world, glitches and crashes that are a result of error have become a part of our culture. Interaction with machines has evolved...

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  • Plastic

    Posted on September 12 2018

    . Author Silvia Colombo . . Plastic │ 5 - 30 September 2018 . . Plastic is the title of the temporary exhibition organised at the space Millepiani in Rome, opened...

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  • Alteration: Errors Manipulations and Changing Processes

    Posted on July 23 2018

    . Author Silvia Colombo . . Alteration │ 5 - 31 July 2018 . . “Alteration” means a disturbed, non-linear, distorted reality as seen by the exhibited artists – by their eyes,...

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  • Sumon Yusuf

    Posted on July 13 2018

    Coming from a family of artists and being interested in photography since when she was young, Sara has acquired familiarity and intimacy with this medium. Looking at her pictures, that...

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  • Sara Wallach

    Posted on July 02 2018

    Coming from a family of artists and being interested in photography since when she was young, Sara has acquired familiarity and intimacy with this medium. Looking at her pictures, that...

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  • Underwater

    Posted on June 20 2018

    . Author Silvia Colombo . . Underwater │5 - 30 June 2018 . . According to our culture, water represents a powerful element often appearing in visual or literary traditions. For...

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  • Animals & Us: An Exhibition on the Relationship Between Humans and Other Animals

    Posted on June 12 2018

      . Turner Contemporary, Margate 25 / 05 / 2018 - 30 / 09 / 2018 . . This summer Turner Contemporary presents Animals & Us, a major exhibition exploring artists’ reflections on...

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  • Tania Bohuslavska

    Posted on June 01 2018

    Mainly focused on herself, Tania Bohuslavska likes to explore her body as a metaphor of the emotional and mental conditions she feels. As she affirms, identity, sexuality, loneliness and fear...

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  • Liu Liu

    Posted on May 19 2018

    Fascinated by the way photography can make you observe and approach the world in many different ways, Liu Liu has been focusing on cultural and identity-related issues from the very...

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  • Absences

    Posted on May 13 2018

    . Author Silvia Colombo . . We often see absence as a negative condition, as the opposite of something more than a ‘status’, an idea itself. In doing so, we usually...

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  • Braguino or The Impossible Community

    Posted on April 30 2018

      Author Silvia Mazzuchelli Translated by Jennifer Cooper . . The new edition of European Photography is under the aegis of the "revolution of the gaze and vision", one of the consequences...

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  • About Me

    Posted on April 12 2018

      . Author Silvia Colombo . . The title chosen for this collective exhibition, accessible during the whole month of April within Millepiani space in Rome, is clear and evocative at...

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  • The Mask

    Posted on March 21 2018

      . Author Silvia Colombo . . One of the most immediate creative forms going through history and centuries, from the ancient times until today, is the mask. Connected to a...

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  • Jose Martinez

    Posted on March 15 2018

    What is the limit between childhood and adultness? And most of all, there is a limit between these two? With his last project, entitled ALEA, the photographer Jose Martinez tries...

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  • Modules

    Posted on February 17 2018

      . Author Silvia Colombo . . Already in the ’30s of the last century, within the book The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical reproduction (1936), Walter Benjamin...

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  • Joel Han

    Posted on February 06 2018

    In an ordinarily crazy dimension prevailed by chaos, schizophrenic lives and sounds, the visual work of Joel Han (b. 1988) is a perfect, harmonious break. After a relevant educational path...

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  • Lauria Marie

    Posted on January 09 2018

    The entire Lauria Maire's production revolves around man and his complexity, trying to capture the infinite aspects related to him including his relationship with nature. All the travellings made over...

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  • Frank Machalowski

    Posted on December 19 2017

    The most of the people trust a photograph as a contemporary document. I use multiple exposure and other analog and digital techniques to create a universe that runs parallel to...

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  • Time and Memory in Roberto Toja's Images

    Posted on December 04 2017

      Author Giovanna Gammarota Translated by Jennifer Cooper . . What is the flowing of time? In the reunited Berlin, almost thirty years after the fall of the wall, what attracts...

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  • Chen Zhuo

    Posted on November 24 2017

    The 6 year-long artistic project Hidden is a journey through ourselves, but also through nature and the world, considering that the artworks are exhibited in several solo or collective shows...

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  • Shift - The Exhibition

    Posted on November 15 2017

      . Author Silvia Colombo . . “Shift” is a matter of movement, “shift” is a matter of change, of displacement. This is the meaningful message given by the title...

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  • Taha Ahmad

    Posted on October 23 2017

    Thanks to his work, the Indian photographer Taha Ahmad intends to engage us in his world, and he does that with a very specific focus. Interested in documentary photography since...

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  • Tianqi Song

    Posted on September 19 2017

    Close your eyes, and then re-open them. If you still do not recognize the temporal dimensions of the images you are looking at, you are in the right place: you...

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  • Sandrine Hermand Grisel

    Posted on September 08 2017

    Daughter of a sculptor mother, and a painter father, her approach to art is at a young age. Museums frequentation since her childhood have influenced the entire production of this...

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  • The Power of Images

    Posted on September 01 2017

        Author Silvia Mazzucchelli . . . The Power of Images is an exhibition curated by Urs Stahel, consisting of a selection of images belonging to the Bologna Mast...

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  • Peter Ydeen

    Posted on August 22 2017

    The subjects Ydeen chooses unveil his preference for desolated corners, isolated details, but also for neon lights and shop signs… And all together, they compose a delicate (and deserted) urban...

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  • Enrico Doria

    Posted on August 06 2017

    Enrico Doria's images presented at LoosenArt belong to the project "Greetings from Suburbs", a project held in South Africa through which Enrico Doria tells life in the townships of big cities...

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  • Luigi Ghirri: Ask the Fog

    Posted on July 31 2017

        Author Mauro Zanchi . . In Milan, around 1991, Luigi Ghirri told Mario Cresci that after having spent many years exploring the landscape and the things of life...

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  • Justyna Neryng

    Posted on July 30 2017

    To fully understand the poetic of Justyna Neryng, we need to know a little about her biography, which naturally influenced her photographic work. Polish photographer with a degree in Fine...

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  • The Street Experience - The Exhibition

    Posted on July 09 2017

      . Author Silvia Colombo . . As suggested by the title, The Street Experience, the exhibition organised by LoosenArt at Millepiani Space in Rome - opened from 3 to...

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  • Christian Boltanski: Anime. Di Luogo in Luogo

    Posted on July 07 2017

      . . From June 26 to November 12, 2017 Christian Boltanski is the main focus of Anime. Di luogo in luogo, a rich programme of events involving many urban...

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  • Postcards from Europe. An interview with Eva Leitolf

    Posted on June 25 2017

        Author Silvia Mazzucchelli . . I met the photographer Eva Leitolf at the conference Etica dell’immagine that took place last month at the Goethe Institut in Turin (Italy). Her work, Postcards...

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  • Suzanne Brown

    Posted on June 22 2017

    If people is more attracted by something visible and tangible, the photos of Suzanne are the perfect instrument to highlight and spread a specific message. And if they are also...

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  • A Surreal Vision - The Exhibition

    Posted on June 02 2017

    . Author Silvia Colombo . . From the 1st to the 30th of June, the space Millepiani in Rome hosts a collective art show in which a group of photo/graphic...

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  • Michal Konrad

    Posted on May 29 2017

    Michał Konrad is a Polish visual artist class 1983 living and working in Wodzisław Śląski. In 2006 he earned a master's degree at the Academy of Physical Education in Katowice. He...

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  • The Image of the Savage - The Exhibition

    Posted on May 05 2017

    . Author Silvia Colombo . . This collective exhibition wants to explore the natural and wild state of the humankind through a series of photographic and graphic works by authors...

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  • Daria Amaranth

    Posted on April 09 2017

    Daria Amaranth is a Russian photographer based in Saint Petersburg. Due to her special talent in portrait, right from the very beginning of her career, her shoots have been featured...

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  • JEFF WALL: REPORTAGE READYMADE

    Posted on March 27 2017

        Author Riccardo Venturi . . Retrospectives of contemporary photographers have only been hosted in contemporary art galleries in the past ten years, on a par with monographs of...

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  • Madeleine Kukic

    Posted on December 17 2016

    Most of the imagery present in LoosenArt is extracted from the series entitled "Study", a work in progress project born in 2015. Even these, such as those of the previous...

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  • Laura Migliorino

    Posted on December 01 2016

    The author explores spaces in a state of abandonment or of unexpected departure, creating a feeling of being animated and inhabited but absent at the same time. Laura Migliorino in this series...

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  • Inna Mosina

    Posted on November 22 2016

    Inna Mosina is a Russian fine art photographer of 26 years old who lives and works in the city of Saratov, she graduated in law, but the call from art...

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  • Jelle Van Hulle

    Posted on November 08 2016

    Jelle Van Hulle is a Belgian artist born in 1978 in the city of Bruges. After his graduation and master in audiovisual arts in Brussels, he  expands his artistic universe...

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  • Moira Ness

    Posted on October 27 2016

    Nightscapes is a collection of urban and suburban pictures of Toronto City taken during the night hours, Moira Ness' images are the evidence of an experience in which the photographer...

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  • Maria Barlasov

    Posted on October 22 2016

    The relationship between physical space and the photographic image is at the center of research of Maria Barlasov, as the same artist say, the spaces she is interested in are...

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  • Kyra Schmidt

    Posted on October 12 2016

    Transcriptions series is the result of a work which concerns the ontology of the photographic medium and that can be summarized as an exploration of how technology aids us in...

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  • John Sanderson

    Posted on September 19 2016

    The images present at LoosenArt belong to the series titled "Railroad Landscape", a project dedicated to US railroads and to the symbolic value these have taken in the culture of...

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  • Santosh Korthiwada

    Posted on September 05 2016

    Santosh Kumar Korthiwada is a San Francisco based Photographer and Film Maker, from Hyderabad - India, he has obtained several recognitions, is a documentary award winner and his fine art and documentary ....

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  • Henriette Heimdal

    Posted on July 31 2016

    The entire work of Henriette Heimadal, is a reminder of the culture and places of the country of origin, very noticeable are the influences that come from the 19th century  icon artists...

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