For these lockdown days CURA. releases THE SOLITUDE PLAYLIST #01, a first selection of tracks chosen by CURA. and artists Jean-Marie Appriou, Will Benedict, Dora Budor, Daniel Gustav Cramer, Invernomuto, Alex Israel, Emiliano Maggi, Athena Papadopoulos, Gianni Politi, Jon Rafman, Andrea Sala, Francesco Simeti, Luca Trevisani, Stewart Uoo.
THE SOLITUDE PLAYLIST #02 will be launched next week.
INSIGHT Jean-Marie Appriou. Sea Song by Robert Wyatt Will Benedict. Blackberry Molasses by Mista Dora Budor. Daddy by Tommy Genesis Daniel Gustav Cramer. Snow Is Falling In Manhattan by Purple Mountains + Vanishing Act by Lou Reed CURA. Daily Battles by Thom Yorke Invernomuto. MTAKTAK by Shabjdeed Alex Israel. After Hours by The Weeknd Emiliano Maggi. Good vibrations by The Langley Schools Music Project Athena Papadopoulos. Alone Again (Naturally) by Gilbert O'Sullivan Gianni Politi. Ffunny Ffrends by Unknown Mortal Orchestra Jon Rafman. Body in Motion by CoLD SToRAGE Andrea Sala. Drug Song by Dave Bixby Francesco Simeti. Wet and Rusting by Menomena Luca Trevisani. Prelude To 110 Or 220,Women Of The world by Jim O'Rourke Stewart Uoo. Gospel For a New Century by Yves Tumor
To keep things going - now that time has dilated and days are moving slower - we have decided to dig into our archive and share with you a selection of some of the most significant contents published on CURA. in the past eleven years. For those of you who have missed the opportunity of purchasing their copies in the past, this is the moment to catch up.
In the middle of nowhere translates the sense of emptiness, the spiral of uncertainty, the lack of models and coordinates of the historical moment we are going through, to which artists respond by indicating a perspective, a sense, a vision, or simply try to interpret.
Our iconic The October Issue 2019 is fresh off the press and brings together an incredible array of conversations with cutting edge and pioneering artists, together with recurring and brand new sections, that set the rhythm of an upcoming year filled with new and thrilling explorations.
It is a special issue devoted to 22 women artists—among the most representative of the new generation—which explores the plurality, diversity, and complexity of today’s artistic practices. CURA. 31 is another unmissable issue that continues a previous investigation on the powerful presence and key role of women artists within the contemporary art scene, re-affirming and pointing out the basic rights of equality and pluralism.
Issue 30 officially marks the start of the celebrations for CURA.’s 10th anniversary. There isn’t a better moment than this to look back at our past, look into the future and include long-term contributors, new sections, artists’ interventions, friends, curators, and special contents, all gathered together to produce the 250+ pages of a rich, iconic and unmissable issue.