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Silvia Argiolas

Silvia Argiolas


Silvia Argiolas was born in Cagliari (Sardinia) in 1977. In 2008 she took part in the public exhibition Arrivi e Partenze, curated by Alberto Fiz and Walter Gasperoni. She has had several solo shows in Italy and internationally, among which are Walk on the Wild Side, curated by Roberto Fantoni, Silvia Argiola Solo Show (Toronto, 2013) and You Are Not Really So Bad (Modena, 2012). She lives and works in Milan.


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Austin Osman Spare: Psychopathia Sexualis

An erotic portfolio provides the first solo exhibition of Austin Spare in the United States. And a big book too.

Colquhoun-Taro As Colour

Twenty-First Century Tarot

Ithell Colquhoun and the Tarot at a Live Conference in Cornwall, plus a release date for the deck.


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Meeting Le Maître

An introduction to the Art of Michael Bertiaux with an interview conducted by Ariock Van de Voorde.


Interview with Christine Ödlund

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SLIDER The Styx, 2019

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In this regular feature, the artist Afruz Amighi shares the role of spirituality in her work.

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Hilma af Klint: Painting with Spirits

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SLIDER Folds 2019

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In this regular feature, the artist Lorenzo De Los Angeles shares the role of spirituality in his work.