Cura. 31 is devoted to 22 women artists
—among the most representative of the new generation—and explores the plurality, diversity, and complexity of today's artistic practices. This issues continues the previous investigation on the powerful presence and key role of women artists within the contemporary art scene, re-affirming and pointing out the basic rights of equality and pluralism.
Cura. 31 features essays on Rebecca Ackroyd, Farah Al Qasimi, Bianca Bondi, Maja Čule, Nikita Gale, Ilana Harris-Babou, Jamila Johnson-Small, Valerie Keane, Jade Kuriki Olivo (Puppies Puppies), Lady Skollie, Kris Lemsalu, Miriam Laura Leonardi, Precious Okoyomon, Hannah Perry, Diane Severin Nguyen, Heji Shin, Sung Tieu, Cassidy Toner, Cajsa Von Zeipel, Issy Wood, Zadie Xa, and Yuli Yamagata.
This issue comes with three different covers (by artists Farah Al Qasimi, Zadie Xa, and Jade Kuriki Olivo / Puppies Puppies), randomly distributed.
is a platform for contemporary art based in Rome that investigates with an independent spirit today's artistic production, art's emerging scene and the borders that have marked its central moments, through collaborations with international artists and curators, who live in different areas of the world. It has a production of three issues per year.
The platform is also an editorial structure (Cura.books), publishing a series of artist's books (see the corresponding page
in the publishers section).