Bernini

Catalogo delle Sculture

Bernini

Catalogo delle Sculture

A panorama of the most advanced state of studies that have followed one another incessantly in recent decades, of archival acquisitions, of very important discoveries and of new fields of investigation that have led to a profound reinterpretation of Bernini's art.

Disegni di Jacopo Pontormo

nelle collezioni dell'Istituto centrale per la grafica

Disegni di Jacopo Pontormo

nelle collezioni dell'Istituto centrale per la grafica

Jacopo Carucci detto Pontormo (1494-1557) fu uno dei massimi artisti del suo tempo. L’Istituto centrale per la grafica di Roma intende riportare all’attenzione il cospicuo nucleo di disegni che possiede per capire in profondità la realtà del mondo artistico alla svolta tra primo Rinascimento e Maniera.

Michelangelo. La «Pietà Rondanini»

Nell'Ospedale Spagnolo del Castello di Milano

Michelangelo. La «Pietà Rondanini»

Nell'Ospedale Spagnolo del Castello di Milano

L'importanza storica e la dimensione emozionale della "casa" della Pietà

In questo volume si illustrano nel dettaglio tutte le fasi che hanno preceduto lo spostamento della «Pietà», il restauro dell'Ospedale Spagnolo del Castello, la sua storia, e il nuovo allestimento, curato dall'architetto Michele De Lucchi.

Bertozzi & Casoni

Opere | Works 1997-2020

Bertozzi & Casoni

Opere | Works 1997-2020

Imagination, innovation and tradition

Giampaolo Bertozzi and Stefano Dal Monte Casoni are artists who have chosen to give form to their imagination with ceramics.

Jean Dubuffet. Piccolo manifesto per gli amatori d’ogni genere

Nuova versione integrale + Anticultural Positions

Jean Dubuffet. Piccolo manifesto per gli amatori d’ogni genere

Nuova versione integrale + Anticultural Positions

«Il bisogno d’arte è per l’uomo un bisogno primordiale, tanto e più ancora del pane. Senza pane l’uomo muore di fame, ma senza arte muore di noia»

Dino Martens

Glass and Drawings

Dino Martens

Glass and Drawings

It combines the traditional gaiety of Venetian glass with a feeling that is entirely of the twentieth century [...]. It has two of the characteristics that are mentioned in Vitruvius’s formula, it has ‘delight’ and it has ‘flavor’[...]. It could only have been made today; it takes liberties with traditional design that would have been impossible even a generation ago. It is undogmatic and it is amused.

Olivetti and culture in the responsible business

The Olivetti Collection

Adriano Olivetti thought that knowledge, beauty, in a word “grace”, should accompany the days and hours of all the human lives that passed by him and that he met in the factory and the world.

Caleidoscopio Olivetti

From the director to the historian of design, from the screenwriter to the entrepreneur, from the editorial director to the local administrator, from the university rector to the cultural manager to the collector, type designer, architect and philosopher: figures necessary to focus on some key issues of the Olivetti events.

Olivetti and art

Jean-Michel Folon

Olivetti and culture in the responsible business

OLIVETTI AND ART: JEAN-MICHEL FOLON

The focus of second catalogue is the Belgian artist Folon, as a paradigmatic example of the relationships between Olivetti and contemporary artists. Folon illustrated the first desk agenda of 1969 for Olivetti, two coffee-table books in the 1970s and a calendar. He worked extensively for the company...

Understanding Contemporary Art

Updated thirteenth edition

Understanding Contemporary Art

The most imitated guide to the art of our times

The most imitated guide to the art of our times. Updated thirteenth edition
In this famous guide to art from the post-war period to the present, Angela Vettese brings order to half a century of research, creating a clear handbook, the first and most widely appreciated.

Giorgio Griffa

Eleven cycles of painting

Eleven cycles of painting

Undici cicli di pittura

Cycles of painting reflections of an artist “It seems that among the historic avant-garde movements, and even before them, the various cycles of a work were often developments on each other. A sort of progression exemplified perfectly by Mondrian’s tree. In my case, there is nothing...

Aldo Mondino

Complete Works

Aldo Mondino

Complete Works

A gifted artist, perennially inventive, whirling like his dervishes

Aldo Mondino (1938-2005) was one of the most brilliant Italian artists of the post-war period. His talent was eclectic, irreverent and imaginative.

Giorgio de Chirico

Catalogue raisonné Vol 1 Part 2

Giorgio de Chirico

Catalogue raisonné Vol 1 Part 2

No artist has been catalogued in such detail before De Chirico's early work can be divided into distinct phases, styles, subjects, iconography and poetic themes, which allows each volume to be effectively a monograph that stands up in its own right. Volume one, “The late romantic and early...

Giorgio de Chirico

Catalogue raisonné Vol. I Tomo 1 1908-1912

Giorgio de Chirico

Catalogue raisonné Vol. I Tomo 1 1908-1912

No artist has been catalogued in such detail before

De Chirico's early work can be divided into distinct phases, styles, subjects, iconography and poetic themes, which allows each volume to be effectively a monograph that stands up in its own right.

Carlo Levi

The Honey is All Gone. Sardinia and painting

Carlo Levi

The Honey is All Gone. Sardinia and painting

Published on the occasion of the anthological exhibition of the MAN of Nuoro, this volume combines Sardinia and the painting of Carlo Levi, in an iconographic set that includes the vintage photographs of his unpublished Travel Album and 89 works, chosen to recompose the entire arc of his artistic research. The fascinating black and white of Federico Patellani and János Reismann document the photographic campaigns linked to Sardinian writings.

La Collezione Cerruti

Catalogue

The astonishing, legendary collection of Federico Cerruti

The Cerruti Collection is a prestigious private collection consisting of approximately three hundred sculptures and paintings from the Middle Ages to today. It includes ancient books, bindings, icons painted on a gold background, and more than three hundred pieces of furniture and fittings, such as carpets and writing desks by renowned cabinetmakers.

Gian Enzo Sperone

Dealer/Collector

Gian Enzo Sperone

Dealer/Collector

The private collection of one of the most important gallery owners of the century

Gonzalez Palacios calls him “the example and prototype of the European who was able, unlike the majority of New Yorkers of the time, to keep an eye on both sides of the Atlantic”: Gian Enzo Sperone has been a leading player in international art from the second half of the 20th century until today.

The Collection of the Basil & EliseGoulandris Foundation

Modern Art 1870 - 1945

The extraordinary collection of one of the most elegant couples of the 20th century

The vision of two collectors who dared to dream has become a place of knowledge, education and awareness of what art means for a people.

Giulio Cesare Procaccini

Life and works with a catalogue of is paintings

Giulio Cesare Procaccini

Life and works with a catalogue of is paintings

The most original Lombard of the 16th century

Giulio Cesare Procaccini (Bologna 1574 - Milan 1625), son and pupil of Ercole Procaccini the Elder, is one of the most original personalities of Lombard painting of his time. Starting out as a sculptor and plasterer, he devoted himself to painting with highly successful results.

Bernardino Luini

Complete Works

Bernardino Luini

Complete Works

One of the greatest Milanese painters, often mistaken for Da Vinci

Bernardino Luini (Dumenza? c. 1482 - Milan 1532) was one of the foremost painters working in Milan between the second and third decades of the 16th century. He was a contemporary of Zenale and Bramantino, who were his main stylistic influences, and of Andrea Solario and Giovanni Agostino da Lodi.

The Golden Age of Italian Maiolica-Painting

Catalogue of a Private Collection

The Golden Age of Italian Maiolica-Painting

Catalogue of a Private Collection

Renaissance majolica: a priceless collectionItalian maiolica is a uniquely vivid and intimate reflection of the world of the Renaissance. This book is the catalogue of the world's most substantial private collection of Renaissance maiolica. Starting with some fine pieces from the fifteenth century,...

Carlo Maria Mariani

Complete works

Carlo Maria Mariani

Complete works

The contemporary neo-classicist who defied the avantgarde

Carlo Maria Mariani has lived and worked in New York for decades: after a difficult beginning, after initially working on sacred art in the 1960s, he returned to classical themes in the 1970s, to what is “more real than real”, to hyperrealism and then to the final affirmation of a figurative style, drawwing inspiration from classical themes and rules.

Palazzo Donn'Anna

History, art and nature

Palazzo Donn'Anna

History, art and nature

Is this Naples' most famous palazzo?This is the first book entirely dedicated to one of the few Neapolitan buildings that became one of the symbols of the city. Construction started in 1640 on the initiative of Anna Carafa and her husband, the Spanish viceroy of Naples Don Ramiro Guzman, but was never...

Il Duomo di Modena

Studi e ricerche per un approccio interdisciplinare

Il Duomo di Modena

Studi e ricerche per un approccio interdisciplinare

Il volume presenta i risultati delle indagini e degli studi promossi e coordinati dal Comitato scientifico per il restauro del Duomo di Modena tra il 2008 e il 2014, in occasione dell'ultima campagna di restauri che ha interessato il monumento, riconosciuto nel 1997 dall'UNESCO Patrimonio Mondiale dell'Umanità insieme alla torre Ghirlandina e a Piazza Grande.