Milan: The most well-stocked photography bookstore in Europe. Photos lose their identity as standalone works, becoming part of the 'dramatic event known as a book'
Where is the balance between sobriety and irony? Poems in black and white and detergent ads: in 50 years, a designer from Gallarate expresses the codes of Milan and its collective image
Greyscale with a single needle: austere and without color. Girls, bombs, weapons, cars, and choppers—on both skin and the blue paper of Air Mail
Lampoon Magazine has asked it to international writers. This is what happens when we try to define the man of today: by isolating one aspect they sacrifice all the others
Ordinary people facing History: Hans Pool presents his docufilm Bellingcat - the debate throws light on how professional journalism can counteract the invasion of fake news online
A display of Antonio Marras dresses in Thailand made in the local silk – meanwhile, at the Royal Palace, an exhibition focuses on the life of the Queen
How boring, when dining, (with no offence here to starred chefs elevated to the rank of media superstars), are those never-ending, know-it-all, pseudo-learned discussions about cooking, recipes and ingredients certified for one reason or another
In art or life, do we need rules and rigor? The obsessive repetition of Philip Glass finds new energy in Maria Grazia Chiuri’s love of Rome and in the power of Dior