Designed as a timeless calendar, FUTURA PROXIMA CURATED FOR GUCCI begins with a poignant essay by the Italian philosopher and author Emanuele Coccia.
Cosmogony (cos·mog·o·ny) – 1: a theory of the origin of the universe, 2: the creation or origin of the world or universe.
The New Zealand-born artist describes his quilted rugby jersey featured in Futura Proxima, as it relates to colonial and capitalist powers that continue to exert influence on modern society.
Discover the launch of FUTURA PROXIMA at an exhibition of new works throughout the ornate salons of Galerie Gismondi, Paris.
A spiral-bound, perforated ‘calendar’ magazine exploring 12 months with 12 artists divining the future through their thinking and their craft, conceived on the occasion of Gucci’s 100-year anniversary.
Gucci Aria was a hybrid sartorial time-lapse, with traces of the past and present scattered with possibilities of what may lie ahead.
A#16 curator Alessandro Michele and American director Gus Van Sant discuss their 7-part series ‘Ouverture Of Something That Never Ended’ before the premiere of GucciFest, a landmark online film festival created by Gucci debuting November 16 – 22, 2020.
An interview with curator Myriam Ben Salah on the occasion of Gucci’s first contemporary art exhibition at the Daelim Museum in Seoul, bringing together independent Korean art spaces and international artists to respond to questions of togetherness, identity and utopias.