Gesualdi, A 2020, Nicolò Quirico. Terza Creazione, virtual exhibition catalogue at Villa Castelbarco, Self-Publishing, Imbersago | 2021, enhanced rE-print, EdiXion, Milan.

Nicolò Quirico is an eclectic Italian artist (Monza, 1966) who creates multi-material artworks by superimposing photographic elaborations on collages made up of old book pages: elaborations of either urban visions or architectural details. The result is a mesmerising reinvention of our cities.


Pérez, M. 2021, Fotografía y Política. La lucha por la democracia en Panamá, virtual exhibition catalogue | 2021, enhanced rE-print, EdiXion, Milan.

Photography as a mirror of history. News photos are used in this project as tesserae of a mosaic, to reconstruct the troubled history of Panama. For about thirty years, until 1989, the country became the scene of military coups, civil protests, fierce political repression, up to the American invasion. Democracy and the great international interests for the control of the Canal were at stake.

 


Pérez, M. 2021, Fotografía y Política. La lucha por la democracia en Panamá, virtual exhibition

This virtual exhibition completes the reading of the Fotografía y Política catalogue. On display you will find an expanded selection of photos, explanatory panels and a video. The virtual experience adds the spatial dimension to the viewing of the photographs.

 


Atelijer Meštrović, Zagabria.

The most famous Croatian artist is Ivan Meštrović. His old home, a seventeenth-century building where he worked and lived from 1922 to 1942, now houses a collection of about a hundred sculptures, drawings, lithographs and furniture made in the first 40 years of his career. Meštrović, who also worked as an architect, personally designed several parts of this house.