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  • Alessandro Monti
    Il MAXXI a raggi X
    Inaugurated in May 2010 to great public acclaim, and placed in receivership in May 2012 for budgetary imbalances, the MAXXI is currently in the laborious process of getting back on...
  • I festival del cinema
    Edited by Mario Abis - Gianni Canova

    Film festivals have played an important role in stimulating cultural growth in Italy since the inauguration of the Venetian prototype in 1932, offering the public an opportunity fo...
  • Adriana Polveroni - Marianna Agliottone
    Il piacere dell’arte
    Like a virulent virus that spreads like wildfire, art collecting can lead those infected to authentic excesses like clearing out their homes to make room for works and spending ent...
  • Alexander Alberro
    Arte Concettuale e strategie pubblicitarie
    Conceptual Art was one of the most important movements of the second half of the 20th century. Starting from its origins in the 1960s and the principles formulated by Dan Graham, J...
  • Paul Werner
    Museo S.p.a.
    Museum S.p.a. is not a book on the Guggenheim Museum or indeed on museums in general but a pamphlet that reveals the perverse mechanisms of art through the example of a museum tran...
  • Olav Velthuis
    Imaginary Economics
    A British artist sells all his belongings on eBay. A Dutch colleague analyzes business culture through his own initiatives. An American prints banknotes and finds a way to spend th...
  • Karine Lisbonne, Bernard Zürcher
    Arte contemporanea: costo o investimento?
    Contemporary art has made its way into numerous productive universes over the last few decades and art enterprises modelled on their ethical counterparts have sprung up all over Eu...