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Gió Marconi, Via Alessandro Tadino, 20, 20124 Milano
iPhones, cameras, computers, consumer-grade Epson printers… American artist Wade Guyton’s practice surrounds the digital universe of our daily lives. Guyton’s process-based approach consists of an apparently simple method, focused on an authorial use of technology. The limitations of a large-format Epson UltraChrome inkjet printer create stutters and miss-fires on his large-scale canvases challenging the notions of painting and photography. Review by Marialuisa Pastò
La Triennale di Milano, Viale Alemagna 6, 20121 Milano
‘Maybe Metafisica’, Marc Camille Chaimowicz’s solo show at the Triennale di Milano, is an encounter between Milan’s institutional and historical context on one hand and the circularity defining the artist’s long-standing practice on the other. Review by Bianca Baroni.
Tile Project Space, Via Garian 64, Corner Viale Misurata, Milan
In her solo show at TILE Project Space Lucia Leuci reflects on the construction of identity during childhood and within the parental model. 'Bad mothers and creole kids' is a mise en scène of social behaviours through the construction of a incubator - a symbolic place where different experiences can live together without dominating each other.