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Problems of a world that’s growing too fast, interview with Enrico Paganelli

Posted in: Articles, China, Countries, Reportage

Taipei 101 Tower restaurant

Paganelli Henry was born in Brindisi in 1962, lives in Milan where he graduated in architecture. He works as an illustrator and graphic designer, as well as an architect, but also explores the field of painting
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Alessandro Rolandi: “Being in China is like living in the center of a paradox”

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BREAD TREE ( a possible solution for the economic crisis)

“Being in China is like living at the center of a paradox, and it is in this position that we deal with the more interesting situations”. Alessandro Rolandi is an artist born in Pavia forty years ago who has been living and working in Beijing since 2003
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Girolamo Marri: “I loved from the beginning the thrill of Chinese civilization raising its head”

Posted in: China, Countries, Reportage

How to make my Italian passport disappear. (Video with sound, wooden table, text written on back wall and table, Framed image on wall Dimensions Variable 02.23 mins. Edition of 5 2011)

Girolamo Marri is an Italian artist. He was born in Rome in 1980 and has been based in Belgium and the UK before moving to Shanghai, where he currently lives and works. He uses many media in his practice, and tackles a variety of contingent subjects, although an interest in the ideas of “misunderstanding” and “miscommunication”
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Reportage: Italian artists in China

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The Graft (In collaboration with Daniele Mattioli 13 Inkjet prints on ultra-smooth archival paper mounted on dibond 5 editions of 110 x 110cm and 3 edition of 150 x 150 cm 2011)

 

Associations, curators, artists: there are many Italians who choose to leave the country for China to continue working in a field, art, that in Italy is increasingly difficult. Some move there for a short period, like the 100 artists who were recently named to represent
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Startup Chile – Part 2 – Interview to Nicoletta Donadio and Claudio Carnino

Posted in: Countries, Other Countries, Reportage

Startup Chile is an incubator realized ​​by the Latin American country that, after a screening, chooses various projects to be funded. Entrepreneurs need to move to Chile for six months and carry out their vision thanks to resources provided by the program.

Nicoletta Donadio and Claudio Carnino are two computer experts and have decided to develop Challengein, “a platform where companies can build their own custom game for iPhone,
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Startup Chile – Part 2 – Interview to Tom Vaughan and Allie Culbertson

Posted in: Countries, Other Countries, Reportage

Startup Chile is an incubator realized ​​by the Latin American country that, after a screening, chooses various projects to be funded. Entrepreneurs need to move to Chile for six months and carry out their vision thanks to resources provided by the program.

Tom Vaughan and Allie Culbertson, from California, are a couple who chose to try out the adventure of Startup Chile. They are the creators of Lndlrd.com.
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Startup Chile – Part 2 – Interview to Ronaldo Bahia

Posted in: Articles, Brazil, Countries, Other Countries, Reportage

Startup Chile is an incubator realized ​​by the Latin American country that, after a screening, chooses various projects to be funded. Entrepreneurs need to move to Chile for six months and carry out their vision thanks to resources provided by the program.

Ronaldo Bahia, creator of Jobconvo.com, is a Brazilian who chose to leave the BRICS country and try his fortune at Startup Chile.
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