Banksy – We are all fakes!

The art of subversion or the subversion of art? A day for celebrating the release of the first Street Art disaster documentary: Exit Through the Gift Shop, by Banksy. On Wednesday 16 November in the Fabbrica del Vapore, Milan, there will be  a screening of WE ARE ALL FAKES! – The art of subversion or the subversion of art?, a day organized by Feltrinelli and Pfa Film together with MADEINART and wholly devoted to Street Art and to one of its [..] Read More

Contemporary art documentaries

Workshop: how to make contemporary art documentaries Saturday 29th October from 3 pm to 7.30 pm; during the two days devoted to the relationship between cinema and contemporary art, Christina Clausen, the award -winning Danish director who has made documentaries about Keith Haring, Roy Lichtenstein, and Anish Kapoor, will organise a workshop for about 20 creative young people. Devoted to young film-makers, directors, curators, and critics, this workshop [..] Read More

Screenings / Contemporary art documentaries

WASTE LAND & THE UNIVERSE OF KEITH HARING Two days of full immersion in the cinema and contemporary art world, for discovering the interactions that happen when cinema, in the form of documentary films, chooses to illustrate the contemporary art world. In this sense it is possible to search for and discover at first hand the artist’s mind and imagination and see how his ideas and projects gradually become real as they develop from his source [..] Read More

Lama Ole Nydhal at the Fabbrica del vapore

On Monday October 17, 2011, Anish Kapoor’s exhibition, organized by the Milan City Council and by the artistic production company MADEINART, curated by Gianni Mercurio and Demetrio Paparoni, hosted in the Fabbrica del Vapore an exceptional lecture by Lama Ole Nydahl. This was open to the public and was titled Form and space inseparable, the experience of the nature of mind. Lama Ole Nydahl, the danish buddhist teacher and first westener to become [..] Read More

Anish Kapoor: il silenzio, l’energia, il pieno e il vuoto, il buio e la luce.

“Quel che rimane particolarmente impresso nella memoria di chi ha visto le prime mostre di Anish Kapoor, agli inizi degli anni ottanta, è il silenzio che quelle piccole sculture ricoperte di pigmenti gialli, rossi, neri o blu riuscivano trasmettere allo spazio espositivo […]. Più semplicemente riteneva che ci fossero delle forme arcaiche che, legate tanto alla dimensione spirituale quanto a quella corporea, consentono all’individuo di specchiarsi [..] Read More

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