Gregory Crewdson was born in 1962 in Brooklyn, New York and received a BA at SUNY, Purchase and an MFA at Yale University. His photographs are included in numerous museums and public collections around the world including Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; Fotomuseum Winterthur, Switzerland; and National [...]
Teddy Cruz (Guatemala City, 1962) lives and works in San Diego where he founded “Estudio Teddy Cruz” in 2000. He currently teaches Public Culture and Urbanism at the Visual Arts Department of UC, San Diego. Among his projects, exhibited also at the 2008 Venice Architecture Biennale, Manufactured Sites, a series of housing and facilities projects [...]
An Italian painter and sculptor, one of the principal exponents of Transavanguardia, an artistic movement defined in the early Eighties by Achille Bonito Oliva. Thanks to his technical experimentation, Cucchi is to be considered as one of the few masters of the new generation and, through his close relationships with poets and writers such as [...]
Daniele Durante (1969) is an architect and Phd in “Design, Arts and New Technologies”.
He has been teaching at the Faculty of Architecture in “Sapienza” of Rome since 2004 and in 2009 he was Visiting Critic at Cornell University in Rome.
His task is to combine the experimental dimension with a professional procedure that endeavors to create [...]
Costantino Dardi (1936-1991) was Giuseppe Samonà’s student at the IUAV (Venice University Institute of Architecture), and he was very young when he started his teaching, working as Aymonino’s assistant. At the beginning of the 1970s, he took part, together with Aymonino and De Feo, in the architectural competitions for the university campuses of Florence, Cagliari [...]
John Davies was born, in Sedgefield, Co. Durham, in 1949, and lives at Liverpool.
He is placed in the sphere of contemporary documentary photography, and is internationally known for the lucid manner in which he faces the rural and urbanized landscape. Starting in the mid ‘70s, with an analysis of the “wild” beauty of the British [...]
Giancarlo De Carlo (1919-2005) graduated both as civil engineer and lately as architect. During WWII he acted as a militant partisan, closely supporting the anarchist movement. De Carlo has taught architecture and subsequently planning at the IUAV (Venice University Institute of Architecture) before moving on to teach architectural composition at the School of Architecture of [...]
Gino De Dominicis was born in Ancona in 1947.
He studied at the city’s state art institute and attended the architecture courses at the Fine Arts Academy in Rome. In 1968, after a period spent travelling, he settled in Rome where he came into contact with the Via Brunetti group Laboratorio 70.
In 1970, he published his [...]
Vittorio De Feo was a Neapolitan who graduated in Rome. He started his career in architecture with two extremely important projects: the psychiatric hospital in Frosinone (1956, he won the first prize in the competition) and the Civil and Criminal Magistrates’ Court in Rome, carried out half way through the 1960s. Architecture was, for De [...]
Michele De Lucchi was born in 1951 at Ferrara and graduated from the faculty of architecture in Florence. During the years of radical and experimental architecture he was one of the leading figures in movements such as Cavart, Alchimia and Memphis. He has designed lamps and furnishings for leading Italian and European firms. He was [...]