All posts by "Matilde Casaglia"

Edited by: matilde.casaglia@positive-magazine.com Online Editor – Art and Culture Department  Open until Sunday 19th October Beguile the Night, beyond drawing is a drawing exhibition taking place at Dark Matter Studio in London (open daily – 10 – 6pm, free). Five up-and-coming artists got together for this interesting joint venture: Gary Colclough, Zoe Dorelli, Patrick Jackson, Marianne Walker, Mary Yacoob. […]

Edited by: matilde.casaglia@positive-magazine.com Online Editor – Art and Culture Department You enter a in a car park on the Upper Ground, London, the sun is shining (even if it’s not sunny the show must go on, so you might as well imagine it’s sunny) and they give you headphones. You put them on and some […]

From Wednesday 5 March to Sunday 9 the Cinema Made in Italy is back in the London scene for the fourth year, as an annual rendezvous for cine-lovers and expatriated nostalgic Italians.

Edited by: matilde.casaglia@positive-magazine.com Online Editor – Art and Culture Department The Drowned Man: A Hollywood Fable is like an incredible, unique theatrical adventure. The journey unfolds in a mechanism that is difficult to keep together and impossible to describe, exactly like trying to keep your life together – which is also impossible to describe.

Russian-born painter, lithographer and designer, Marc Chagall was Born in Vitebsk, son of a deeply religious Jewish family. The exhibition, entitled Chagall, Modern Master, is hosted at the Tate Liverpool in Liverpool and it will last until the 8th October 2013. It presents the works of the artist from the perspective of  a personality of the […]

A new exhibition, titled Paper, opened at the Saatchi Gallery in Chelsea and will last until the 29th September 2013. Interestingly based on one medium which is becoming less and less a part of every day life these days. We are encouraging an increasingly ‘paperless’ society, and we try to avoid printing at any cost […]

The former Bankside Power Station that we now know as Tate Modern was selected by the Tate Trustees as the new gallery site for international contemporary art in 1994.

Blossoms are blooming around London, as the spring finally decided to turn up. And not only flowers are blooming in the city. This week a new art centre opened in north London in the premises of a former dairy in Bloomsbury.

Until the 16 of March at the Flowers Gallery in Cork Street, London, you will have a chance to see the monotypes paintings by this emergent artist called Claerwen James.

Until the 16 of February Eleven gallery in 11 Eccleston Street – London is hosting an exhibition by the British artist Martha Parsey. The name of her new work is If 6 was 9 and the artist took her inspiration from David Hockey's pieces of art, concluded around 1960.