• Francesco Menzio. Autoritratto

    texts by Paolo Menzio, Rolando Bellini, Airis R. Masiero, Mauro Chessa
    pages 140
    format 21 x 28 cm
    date of publication: December 1999
    images: 45
    binding: paperback
    language: Italian
    isbn 98877571055


    The catalogue documents the exhibition held to celebrate the hundredth anniversary of Francesco Menzio’s birth at the Accademia Albertina delle Belle Arti in Turin from 17 December 1999 to 13 February 2000. The exhibition, curated by Rolando Bellini, traced the entire life and work of one of the major protagonists of the group of the “six painters of Turin”, starting with a selection made by the curators in agreement with the artist’s children of self-portraits the artist painted throughout his life. In addition to a rich iconographic documentation, the volume includes texts, a critical biography and a focus on Menzio’s activity as a teacher at the Academy.
  • Giulio Paolini. Da oggi a ieri

    texts by Pier Giovanni Castagnoli, Daniel Soutif, Giulio Paolini, Maddalena Disch, Moreno Bucci, Daniela Lancioni
    pages 160
    format 21 x 28 cm
    date of publication May 1999
    binding: paperback
    images 112
    language: italian
    isbn 98877570989


    A leading figure on the contemporary art scene, Giulio Paolini has since the beginning of the 1960s undertaken constant and unceasing research into the complex interweaving of relationships that take place in the sphere of visual experience and pictorial practice, between image and gaze, artist and spectator, past and present, time and space. The exhibition that this catalogue accompanies presents the figures and imaginative territories most assiduously frequented by the artist through forty years of work. In addition to a rich set of images, the catalogue includes a critical text by Pier Giovanni Castagnoli, an essay by Daniel Soutif, texts and projects by the artist, an essay by Maddalena Disch, another by Maurizio Fagiolo dell’Arco, a photographic essay by Paolo Mussat Sartor, a biographical note by Daniela Lancioni and biographical and bibliographical apparatus by Maddalena Disch.
  • Pier Paolo Calzolari

    edited by Bruno Corà
    texts bt Mario Bertoni, Pier Paolo Calzolari, Bruno Corà
    pages 128
    format 21,5 x 28 cm
    date of pubblication April 1999
    binding softbound
    images 101
    language Italian/English
    isbn 98877570970


    This volume is the catalogue of the first solo exhibition dedicated to Calzolari by Bologna, the artist’s hometown, in a public space, from 14 March to 2 May 1999. Edited by Bruno Corà, with texts by the curator, by Mario Bertoni and Calzolari himself, the book documents the historical phases of the artist’s work and the installation at the Villa delle Rose, consisting largely of works specially conceived for the space. The book is completed by an extensive biography and bibliography.
  • Remo Salvadori

    edited by Bruno Corà
    texts by Bruno Corà, Bettina Della Casa, Giuseppe Leonelli, Giorgio Maragliano, Pieluigi Tazzi, Tommaso Trini
    pages 248
    format 24 x 30 cm
    date of bublication october 1997
    binding softbound
    images 231
    lenguage Italian/English
    isbn 98877570802


    Catalogue of the artist’s solo exhibition at the Pecci Museum in Prato, curated by Bruno Corà, from 31 October 1997 to 25 January 1998, the volume – which comprehensively documents Salvadori’s artistic career from the 1970s to the 1998 – opens with an essay by Bruno Corà and is followed by critical contributions by Bettina della Casa, Giuseppe Leonelli, Giorgio Maragliano, Pierluigi Tazzi and Tommaso Trini, among others, a poem by Barouh Benvensite and completed by the biographical and bibliographical apparatus edited by Sally Benjamin Salvadori.
  • Giuseppe Penone

    texts by Guy Tosatto, Hendrik Driessen, Georges Didi-Huberman, Danilo Eccher
    pages 224
    format 18 x 30 cm
    published June 1997
    binding softbound
    images 163
    language Italian/French
    isbn 98877570695


    This catalogue and book was published on the occasion of Giuseppe Penone’s travelling solo exhibition, organised in three venues (Nîmes, 6 June - 7 September 1997, Tilburg, 11 October 1997 - 8 February 1998, Trento, 6 March - 3 May 1998) by the Carré d'Art - Musée d'Art Contemporain de Nîmes, the De Pont Foundation for Contemporary Art of Tilburg and the Galleria Civica d’Arte Contemporanea of Trento. It includes a large number of reproductions of works conceived throughout the career of the artist from Tilburg, as well as texts by the artist and critical contributions by Guy Tosatto, curator of the exhibition, and Georges Didi-Huberman.
  • Domenico Bianchi

    text by Sergio Risaliti
    pages: 76
    format: 19,5 x 24,5 cm
    date of publication: April 1996
    images: 63
    binding: hardback
    language: Italian/French/English
    isbn 9887757058X


    This monographic volume is devoted to the artist’s watercolour production. Introduced by an essay by Sergio Risaliti, who is also the editor, the catalogue includes twenty-seven colour plates reproducing some of the artist’s large watercolours.