Many years ago, on a very hot afternoon, I was enjoying a stracciatella gelato at the ice cream parlour Fior di Latte in Pétion Ville (Haiti), when my brother looked at me and s..
If all we had was the written word, the ephemeral mysticism of rituals would be completely lost on us. We would run out adjectives faster than the performers of a ritual — in the..
One of Ivory Coast’s finest rising rappers is 22 years of age, has a fresh new EP out and didn’t exactly dream of becoming a rapper growing up. In fact, her sights were set entir..
According to nineteenth-century criminologist Cesare Lombroso’s 1876 work Criminal Man—original title, L’Uomo Criminale—the tattooed XIX century man was ancestrally predisposed t..
‘Good things take time’ is in many ways a (re)tired cliché, time being the one thing that nobody seems to have—or make—these days. This is why a new tape from Johannesburg-based ..
The word ‘hospitality’ sounds a bit old-fashioned. In a globaliSed world where every (Easy) jetsetter with the right passport, outfit and vocabulary can be a ‘local’ anywhere, th..
On 23rd, 25th and 26th November our artistic project ‘(Memorie) In Ascolto‘, realised as part of the festival Futura Memoria e Contemporaneamente Roma 2019, dressed up the space ..
Feed the memory, strengthen the memory, transmit the past, present and future memory. These are some of the watchwords of (Memorie) In Ascolto, the project realised as part of th..
Ibrahim Mahama (b. 1987, Tamale, Ghana) presents its first solo exhibition, Living Grains, at the Fondazione Giuliani. The show includes a range of newly commissioned artworks, i..
Colour is the visual perception of electromagnetic radiation within the visible spectrum. Intangible palette of our reality, colours fill our existence, feed our imagination, str..