Exibart was born in 2000 and immediately it became the unavoidable point of reference for art enthusiasts and experts. During 15 years it has made the web information's history of this field and has become an informative multichannel platform which spreads its contents through the web, mails, videos (Exibart.com/ Exibart.tv), the newspaper (Exibart.onpaper) and smartphones (Exibart.mobile) reaching a varied and large audience of about 300.000 people a month. It is the most efficient and the most widespread tool of information and in-depth analysis of art, architecture, design, fashion, teaching, cultural tourism… with a community of followers that over 10 years has become a cultural generator and a strand of public opinion.
The Yogurt project, born in 2015 as an online magazine, is characterized by a constant research on what are the ferments, the fields of investigation, the aesthetic and narrative tendencies of contemporary photography. Yogurt has quickly become a broader project. Today it develops through the web platform, a paper curatorial proposal and a publishing house that develops photographic books and anthologies of emerging authors. Since 2018 Yogurt has opened the Paper Room, a bookshop based in Rome specializing in photobooks and editorial design.
Yogurt will select 3 projects among the finalists of the 15th edition which will be published in the online magazine with a dedicated portfolio page.
Since 1964 Editrice Industriale has been a reference point for the building industry. It is a unique and entirely innovative company. Matrix4Design was created in 2016 because Editrice Industriale wanted to combine innovation and quality to create a product with original contents and the ability to approach readers with a counter current attitude: a magazine for professionals…but not only. Matrix4Design is a reference point for the design, furniture and finishes world. It is a showcase where products and their application, as well as aesthetic aspect and practicality, meet. Everything is presented with a fresh and young style, and the many contents are easily accessible.
The tastevin is a small bowl in silver or, more frequently, in silver metal, used for the tasting of wine that is worn around the neck as an emblem by sommeliers. A brotherhood of sommelliers and wine connoisseurs that meets in the Côte d'Or, the wine region of Burgundy, is called the chevaliers du tastevin.
This magazine is a partner of Arte Laguna Prize and supports contemporary art by publishing articles on the winners of the competition every year.