When The Exorcist spoke about Vermeer and Leonardo da Vinci
Symbol by symbol, dust piles upby Silvia TomasiRead about artists' obsession with dust, from enigmatic depictions in 16th and 17th century painting to post-war imagery and symbols
Digital old masters in actualityby Piero BiselloDigital old masters are a thing now more than ever, but much is still to be learned. We look at how they do it in Amsterdam
No leap is ever into the voidby Silvia TomasiA saga of artist jumps through the work of Hsieh, Mureșan, de Dominicis, Perrone, in the wake of Yves Klein's famous leap into the void.
Five self-portraits at the time of surveillance capitalismby Antonio CarnevaleWhat takes you from facial recognition algorithms to a museum of ancient art? The hope of finding an antidote to big data.
Is neophilia killing contemporary art?by Translated from the original by Alessandra MarelliTwenty years ago art collector Lucien Bilinelli diagnosed what is still a main issue within the art system. But he also suggested how to cope with it.