di Michele Trimarchi
Tra tifosi fiamminghi e agenti segreti britannici l’immaginario romano è stato letteralmente intasato di atti di dolore, lamentele, proteste e contumelie. Certo, la materia non manca e il cahier de doléances è lungo e scritto con il sangue.
by Ann McCoy, 2015 February 5th
Kristin Jones came by the Rail to discuss her collaborative project TEVERETERNO for the revival of Rome’s Tiber River with Ann McCoy. The artist has been working to adopt an 1,800-foot long stretch of the river, and turn it into a site for contemporary art, a first for Rome.
by Michele Trimarchi
The project represents a crucial channel aimed at strengthening the relationships among urban spaces, resident community and external visitors, also from the perspective of the impact upon the cultural, social and economic dimensions of Rome; this is due to the re-design of territorial dynamics where the Tiber river actively re-locates itself as the solid backbone, abandons the residual and stranger role played until now, and widely strengthens, in a unique way, its own ability to generate value.
by Vincenzo Trione
William Kentridge creates prints, collage and animations using charcoal drawings. and for the magazine Io, Donna he has created a signature cover which will be auctioned for the charity Pianoterra Onlus.
published in Io Donna del Corriere della Sera 16 Dec 2014
by Alessandro Caruso