A review of Due South by Samantha Mitchell has been today published on Title Magazine.
A review of Due South by Stan Mir has been today published on Hyperallergic.
My Cuban photographs have been published on SteveHuffPhoto.com.
Unless you Will is a very active photography magazine and blog, curated by Heidi Romano. Suspended is the subject of today’s post.
Marc Feustel, the soul behind Eyecurious, has reported his feedbacks on my Suspended exhibition in Savignano. You can find it here.
I Got the first “reactions” online to my latest work, Suspended. On July 2nd, Claudio Starita, who runs Caffè Fotografico, dedicated this post, in Italian, to my work. Ogni qualvolta Massimo Cristaldi pubblica un nuovo lavoro non posso fare a …
During my last show in Paris Olivier Bourgoin and Benoît Boucherot put together this video wich features interviews and some sequences of the vernissage event. I wish to thank Olivier and Benoît for the great work in conceiving and realizing …
E-Photoreview has posted today a short interview on Insulae.
Le Figaro has published an article on the Attractions exhibition.
Chasseur D’Images publishes on number 331, currently available across Europe, an article on the exhibition currently ongoing in Paris. Download the PDF here >
FotoCULT has published in January 2011 (issue nr. 72) an interview about my latest works. Update: The Interview (in Italian) is now available for Download >
Nuok.it, a website dedicated to New York, published yesterday a short interview on my works and on my upcoming show in NYC.
La Gazzetta del Sud publishes today an article on my work Insulae 15 – Visione d’energia, finalist at Terna Prize 03. Download PDF > Visione dell’energia nell’arte contemporanea (pag 23, 19 Ottobre 2010)
I’ve been included in the list of 190 young Italian awarded in the world for creativity. The list is contained in a new volume called Young Blood 2008 that has been presented today by the Italian Ministry of Youth, Giovanna …
My Refinery Flocks is today featured on the Hey Hot Shot Blog. Text by Alan Rapp: The work of Massimo Cristaldi is concerned with the ineffable qualities of the visible world. Here, nature and industry make an unlikely pair, yet …
Alan Rapp, Associate Director of Hey Hot Shot, wrote a great review on my “Simulacra” project on his interesting blog “Critical Terrain“. Critical Terrain is where the images, objects, concepts, and disciplines that shape the designed environment are explored and interpreted. …
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