Lately I am listening over and over to the latest record from Gil Scott-Heron. The great African American singer and Godfather of Hip Hop is eventually out of jail, and if he doesn’t make any more troubles he’s going to perform in Vigevano next week. Today I was checking out the video of one of my favourite songs of the album: Me and The Devil. Hey!… Who are those guys? The Warriors?
Good luck to our friend Marcello Crescenzi, aka Rise Above, for the live painting session at We are the Beast.
Bang Art Magazine, that focuses on the international contemporary art scene, will host the opening event for ROMA. The Road to Contemporary Art on May 26th.
LRNZ, McLane and Mariachiara Di Giorgio will paint their style side by side with Marcello, while you may feel wilder by wearing one of the spectacular paper masks crafted by Nacho Gil.
So it’s art and more, with music and a fireworks show at a night time party you shouldn’t miss!
The video show the construction of this smart wooden box - a.k.a. the secret keyless wooden compartment – that my arch friends created: The UnaBox.
It’s getting popular in US and some schools proposed this as a project for students.
The project was originally published on MAKE n.20, here you have all the drawings to start building your own:
Yesterday the Massimo De Carlo Gallery presented ‘Karma’, the first solo show of the American artist Dan Colen. The installation Oh Shit – for the construction of which Colen has asked advise to the experienced team Karbaum / Atelier LC / studiometrico – is already rising discussion inside and outside Lambrate, the Milanese area where contemporary art and skateboarding sometimes bump into each others…
Ten skateboards presented by Davide Bertocchi in year 2000 at Fondazione Teseco with a show titled Insensatezza. How it ended for the woman in white dressing on the right then?
Japanese Architects from SANAA are not that interested in having a website. They are just too busy building stuff… And you can’t really blame them. In few days their Rolex Learning Center will open in Lausanne, a beautiful example of how to curve and manipulate reinforced concrete. To find out more just visit ArchDaily.