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22/02/2022
 | ARTS

Angela Carruba Pintaldi is well-known for her jewel-sculptures torn from the earth and the sky, made of raw, precious stones and meteorites, for her large paintings made of pigments clumped on canvas, for her exciting installations, but also for her being an all-round artist, the central character of each of her works. After a long artistic pause, she returns to MyOwnGallery with an exhibition showing her latest works accompanied by stunning photos by Giovanni Gastel that reveal her many identities.

"Angela", an exhibition staged at MyOwnGallery in Superstudio Più from March 8th to 20th 2022 in Milan, is a story of and about Angela in her different identities, and it wants to be, first of all, a tale about who Angela really is in her different realities as an Artist.

18/11/2021
 | FASHION

On November 21, at Superstudio the new Kickit edition is back in town. A fair-market presents the latest trends in streetwear clothing, enriched by an intense agenda of workshops, conferences and cultural events...

It’s not about sneakers only. Since 2017, Kickit brings together streetwear enthusiasts and collectors, proposing itself as a reference market for the latest about street clothing. This year, the theme is sustainability. The famous motto "nothing is lost, nothing is created, everything is transformed" today has been...

05/11/2021
 | EVENTS

In 1967, the British band The Love Affair sang Everlasting love. Today a new Love Affair is spreading: we are referring to the most up-to-date and trendy Italian fair in the field of wedding industry. For the first time at Superstudio in Via Tortona 27, where it will be held on 6 and 7 November...

The Love Affair was born in 2014 from an idea of Profumo dei fiori in collaboration with Cristina di Giovanna, wedding designer and creator of Le Jour du Oui...

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