CURA.

JEAN-MARIE APPRIOU

At the moment I am working on these sort of sharks with characters inspired by biblical, Greek and Egyptian mythology. It is, above all, a work of carnal criss-crossing between bodies that melt into each other. It’s about trying to say something very sensual, almost erotic, through the modeling of the clay. In conversation with Rebecca Lamarche-Vadel
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DAVID DOUARD – BLINDF’OLD

What will we see (or not see) at the exhibition? I think life is better than art. But art makes life better. The only thing i can say is that we will see a representation of something interesting and we will know that this is impossible to represent. KURA. c/o Fonderia Artistica Battaglia, Milan
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CURA. 29 IS OUT NOW!

How can we be revolutionary? After a yearlong research into the body, the new issue of CURA. investigates social and technological revolution. How can we be revolutionary? Through a kaleidoscopic range of visions, images and actions, artists figure out the production of a new social body and challenge the establishment.
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Whitechapel Gallery, London
Sadie Coles HQ, London
T293, Rome
Secession, Vienna
GBE Sant'Andrea de Scaphis, Rome
Maureen Paley, London
cover by Alex Da Corte
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AUGUSTAS SERAPINAS. WHERE IS LUNA?

For the artist, Where is Luna? becomes the stage of a theater of the absurd, where, as an acute observer of other people’s lives, he places at the center of his research, finding a specific context, the people who dwell in it and the habits that regulate it, in a renewed orchestration of the banal daily life of a tiny pet salon. Basement Roma.
Gió Marconi, Milano
Emalin, London
Zabludowicz Collection, London
Thomas Dane, Naples
Vistamarestudio, Milan
Fondazione Modena Arti Visive