Tag Archives: Milan

Cyprien Gaillard at Fondazione Nicola Trussardi

In his first solo exhibition in Italy, Rubble and Revelation at Fondazione Nicola Trussardi, Cyprien Gaillard presents a visual hypothesis about death and decay, power and permanence. Training his nomadic eye on present-day monuments in various states of decline and impotence, he documents their journeys, jumbling videos, photographs, sounds and objects in the manner of [...]


Parasimpatico, a multimedia exhibition that recently concluded, is the first major solo exhibition in Italy by Pipilotti Rist, a boundary-breaking Swiss artist. Her installations, which transform the medium of film by reinventing language and employing expositive procedures, have been exhibited worldwide at musuems including MOMA in New York and Centre Pompidou in Paris. By tapping [...]

The Accidental Tourist

Photography by Mara Corsino . Styling by Fabiana Fierotti . Hair by Marco Braca. Makeup by Thais Bretas. Model: Ann at Ice Models Milan. Photographer’s Assistant: Giulia Soldavini. Special thanks to: Hotel London Milano. Above: Top, Luisa Beccaria. Shorts, M Missoni. Shoes, vintage Suzie Mas. Top, M Missoni. Shorts, American Apparel. Click “Read More” for [...]

In Conversation with Gloria Maria Cappelletti

Images and text by Silvia Bergomi Silvia Bergomi: Briefly describe your career. Gloria Maria Cappelletti: I have been really lucky, working in the fashion industry with great designers like Stephen Sprouse, great photographers like Steven Klein and great stylists like Patti Wilson, but my heart has always been in contemporary art and I finally opened [...]

In Conversation with Alessandro Zuek Simonetti

From NYC 08-10. All images by Alessandro Zuek Simonetti. I met Alessandro in Milan while he was preparing a photography exhibition. He’s a sort of Al Pacino-looking guy who grew up in Bassano del Grappa, a little Italian city near Venice, and moved to New York in his twenties, eventually finding his professional footing as [...]

Stanley Kubrick’s Photos

The tick of time has almost never failed to vindicate Stanley Kubrick. His films—sometimes plodding, sometimes maddening, always uncompromisingly singular—were popularly derided upon debut for their difficulty. Genius, apparently, is an acquired taste. In any case, each is now considered an indispensable pillar within one of the most celebrated and influential canons of cinematic history. [...]

Paul McCarthy’s Pig Island

Images by Paolo Simi Over 30 years into his career, Salt Lake City-born multimedia artist Paul McCarthy is considered one of the masters of contemporary art. From Disney characters to renditions of George Bush, McCarthy’s iconic investigations and the acme of his legacy have always been about the body. He explores its desires and fears [...]

Marc Jacobs Opening Party at Milan Design Week

Images by Paolo Simi. Text by Elisa Lusso Brera, one of Milan’s chicest areas, hosted Marc Jacobs’ store opening in the midst of Design Week, intoxicating the audience with an impressive series of clothing and accessories, loud music and good company. Click “Read More” for additional images.

Best Idea Ever

A book vending machine in the Milan metro!