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11/05/2021
 | TRENDS
Posted by: Carlota Calvi

A journey through female creativity in all its aspects and nuances, another sensitivity, always essential but never Master. Superstudio's path dedicated to women in Art continues, such as the film composer, born in 1994, Ginevra Nervi. Very young and already nominated for the David di Donatello.

From an almost imperceptible echo, the world of female music composition and production appears to be even more steady. As shown by the talented young Italian voice who today will be present for the Best Original Song category at the award ceremony of the prestigious David di Donatello, with Miles Away song, taken from the movie "Non odiare".
Ginevra Nervi is an electronic producer, songwriter and composer of soundtracks, originally from Liguria...

07/05/2021
 | ARTS
Posted by: Carlota Calvi

On the Art Point building first floor there’s a Milan-style lounge which has made contemporary art its cheerful moment, to share and debate creativity. Hangar21 is the company that inaugurated its new space at Superstudio with two female projects on show until the end of May.

Empowered and free women, allowed to have a new look, to be a voice, also and especially through Art which has always been one of the privileged, independent human expression forms and narration with its most opaque nuances. The women’s Concrete Freedom exhibition has launched Hangar21 space, a digital production company by TMP Group. Some of the artists’ works involved in the workshop and publication of concrete poetry made by BBDB Studio in collaboration with Women For Freedom are exhibited...

07/04/2021
 | PHOTOGRAPHY
05/03/2021
 | ARTS
Posted by: Carlota Calvi

The French-Algerian artist Neïl Beloufa on show in Milan with “Digital Mourning” curated by Roberta Tenconi. After Trisha Baga and Daniel Steegmann Mangrané, Pirelli HangarBicocca continues the research path among  new aspecs of video and digital art, tracing the contemporary ranks through artists who have made cutting-edge devices their own form of discussion and experimentation.

In 2014 Art had already predicted a Pandemic outbreak and the digital human response, with an Artwork/TV series. This is how Neïl Beloufa welcomes us to his first Italian monographic exhibition. The Screen Talk interactive installation opens the show and invites the audience to choose which premonitory episode to watch in the maxi screen just in front of him...

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