The Path

Month: October, 2011

Oreart present Andy Warhol

For the international art fair in Bologna, Orea Malià organises and hosts in his space
the exhibition “Andy Wharol, 1960/80 Deeply Superficial”, Bologna 28th january 2012.

It was fun, as always, to collaborate with him and design the visual of the exhibition.
(Photographer Greg Gorman)

interesting paper in the digital age 4# ABITARE

Born in 1962 Abitare,  today directed and art directed by Mario Piazza, is one of the most famous italian architecture and design magazine with Domus and Casabella,

Architectureit includes all the disciplines and ourselves, so it’s always interesting,
but in this magazine articles are particularly accessible, well written and interesting.

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interesting paper in the digital age 3# PROGRAMMA

Programma is an English-language art magazine published in Israel.

a private initiative launched in the fall of 2009 with no government or institutional funding –
was born out of the need for a dialogue between creators and consumers of art, a dialogue that hardly
exists in Israel today, despite the great developments in the field. Programma was also born out of the
need for a dialogue between Israel and the outside world, the need to open channels of communication
between those working and residing in Israel and their counterparts in the global village.

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backstage sissirossi

1 1/2 days in the kaori’s studio. It was a bit cold but fun.
The photos came out beautiful, thanks to master Luca Capuano,
Gianni (his assistant) and Valentina (the very special stylist)

A big thank also to:
Kaori with her patience, Sissirossi staff and Mirit Wissotzky with her fresh eye.

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interesting paper in the digital age 2# THE RIDE

Ok I’m in love with bicycles but what attracts me in The Ride,
a part the design, it is the idea to share only personal stories instead technical nerd articles.

“…The idea was to create a journal of personal stories. Bikes have changed people’s lives in so many ways and we wanted to gather a small selection of these tales. We didn’t want to give reviews or race reports, we wanted to get under the skin and expose the passion that flows through riders veins.”

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interesting paper in the digital age 1# CURA

Cura is an italian magazine about artists and curators.
In the last period many interesting independent magazines were borne in Italy,
this is one of the best.

Platform for contemporary art that investigates with an independent spirit today’s artistic production,
art’s emerging scene and the borders that have marked its central moments, through collaborations
with international artists and curators, who live in different areas of the world.
It has a production of four issues per year.

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Italy, 1984

Professional time trial bike from Francesco Moser with Columbus tubed framework. Equipped with Campagnolo Super Record group, Ambrosio/Gipiemme/Miche 700/650 disc wheels, tubular tires, Regina CX Krono 6-speed freewheel, 3ttt bar/stem, Vetta saddle, etc.
weight 9.8kg without pedals

Bicycle Diaries

Since the early 1980s, David has been riding a bike as his principal means of transportation in New York City. Two decades ago, he discovered folding bikes and started taking them with him when travelling around the world. DB’s choice was initially made out of convenience rather than political motivation, but the more cities he saw from his bicycle, the more he became hooked on this mode of transport and the sense of liberation, exhilaration, and connection it provided. This point of view, from his bike seat, became his panoramic window on urban life, a magical way of opening one’s eyes to the inner workings and rhythms of a city’s geography and population.

Woodkid – Iron

Woodkid – Iron from WOODKID on Vimeo.

things organized neatly

when compulsive behavior became design.

things organized neatly