Interviews

Fabio Pariante 07/05/2022

Between symbolism and history, his practice is a mix of elements ranging from marble to fabrics, which reinterpret facts of the past through a contemporary lens in paintings, sculptures, installations, videos, films and performances. African-American artist Sanford Biggers’ (b. Los Angeles, 1970) aim is to invite the viewer to experience a story as an active […]

Fabio Pariante 27/04/2022

Massimo Bartolini (b. Cecina, 1962) trained at the Academy of Fine Arts in Florence, Tuscany, and his artistic experimentation took shape through multiple mediums in relation to space and its perception. Works made of lights and shadows, of static and dynamic elements. In 1993, he presented his first exhibition and in Italy alone, he has […]

Fabio Pariante 06/04/2022

1.Tell us what you do and your beginnings. I am an artist who is working in digital animation and painting. I have been interested in electronic and digital images from the age of about 18, which is over 40 years ago. In the late 1970s, I got caught up in the punk movement. It was […]

Fabio Pariante 02/04/2022

“Designing is never about creating another chair or lamp. For me, it’s about improving life. When designing cities, products or a landscape, ‘schoonheid’ should be the guideline – a Dutch word meaning both beauty and cleanliness – to create things that are wonderful to look at and use but at the same time improve the […]

Fabio Pariante 02/04/2022

1.What is your museum about and what is your work there? The Neon Museum is dedicated to collecting, preserving, studying, and exhibiting iconic Las Vegas neon signs, the art form synonymous with Las Vegas, for educational, historic, arts and cultural enrichment. As executive director of the Neon Museum, my goal is to promote the preservation […]