Performing arts

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Copertina: Marcello Mascherini. Il teatro

Marcello Mascherini

The Theater

A sculptor’s love for the theatre
Marcello Mascherini, was a sculptor from Trieste and one of the most important of the Italian 20th century. He directed and designed the sets and costumes for more than 25 productions.
Edited by: Paolo Quazzolo, Francesco Bordin
2021, Paperback, 256pp., 332ill.
ISBN: 9788842225386
€ 70,00
Copertina: Richard Strauss e l'Italia.
The deep and lasting love of a famous German musician for Italy

Richard Strauss (1864-1949) was the most famous and successful German composer of the first half of the 20th century. His operas were at first considered scandalous, but since have been considered and admirable summation of European culture. His entire existence, his art and private life, were constantly and profoundly influenced by Italy.
Edited by: Giangiorgio Satragni
2018, Paperback, 240pp., 191ill.
ISBN: 9788842224570
€ 45,00
Copertina: L'Arte del Movimento in Russia. 1929-1930
The supremacy of dance in the Soviet Union

This beautiful book is the result of research that began in the late 1970s and culminated in the 2011 publication in Moscow of V Natsjale Bilo Telo (In the Beginning was the Body), on the 1920s experiments in movement in the Soviet Union.
Author: Nicoletta Misler
2018, Cartonato con sovraccoperta, 448pp., 523ill.
ISBN: 9788842224501
€ 150,00
Copertina: The Russian Art of Movement. 1920-1930
The supremacy of dance in the Soviet Union

This beautiful book is the result of research that began in the late 1970s and culminated in the 2011 publication in Moscow of V Natsjale Bilo Telo (In the Beginning was the Body), on the 1920s experiments in movement in the Soviet Union.
Author: Nicoletta Misler
2017, Cartonato con sovraccoperta, 448pp., 523ill.
ISBN: 9788842223870
€ 150,00
Copertina: Pier Luigi Pizzi. Bis!.
One of our greatest living stage designers

These two volumes dedicated to the complete works of one of the greatest theatrical creators of the last century are fundamental for theatre history.
Author: Lorenzo Arruga
2015, Cartonato con sovraccoperta, 232pp., 224ill.
ISBN: 9788842221852
€ 50,00
Copertina: Alta moda, grande teatro.
Stage costumes invented by the great fashion designers

Thirty years of stories, meetings, and collaborations between the protagonists of Italian fashion and the leading performers of international theatre.
Edited by: Massimiliano Capella
2014, Cartonato con sovraccoperta, 184pp., 158ill.
ISBN: 9788842223085
€ 22,00
Copertina: Sanquirico. Teatro, Feste, Trionfi 1777-1849

Sanquirico

Theatre, Feasts, Triumphs 1777-1849

The tumultuous creative force of a 19th-century theatrical personality

Alessandro Sanquirico (1777-1849) dominated the theatre Habsburg Milan in the 19th century. Reigning at the Scala, a prominent figure in the city's cultural and society life...
Author: Vittoria Crespi Morbio
2013, Cartonato con sovraccoperta, 344pp., 420ill.
ISBN: 9788842222743
€ 45,00
Copertina: Palanti. Belle Epoque in teatro 1903-1916

Palanti

The Belle Epoque on Stage 1903-1916

The ruler of the Scala during the Belle Époque

One hundred years ago, the creator of the grand and beautiful playbills that celebrated Verdi and Wagner was painter, stage designer, costume designer, inventor, architect, city planner, and draughtsman Giuseppe Palanti (1881-1946), who dominated the productions at Teatro alla Scala and imposed fashion in Milan's industrial upper class.
Edited by: Vittoria Crespi Morbio
2013, Cartonato con sovraccoperta, 160pp., 194ill.
ISBN: 9788842221975
€ 35,00
Copertina: Femmes Fatales. at the Opera
The irresistible appeal of Femmes Fatales

The “belle dame sans merci” according to Keats, the seductress who drives men insane and leads them to ruin, is one of the archetypes of the modern collective imagination, pervading literature, theatre, figurative arts, and cinema.
Author: Vittoria Crespi Morbio
2009, Cartonato con sovraccoperta, 216pp., 184ill.
ISBN: 9788842218333
€ 35,00
Copertina: Femmes Fatales. all'Opera
The irresistible appeal of Femmes Fatales

The “belle dame sans merci” according to Keats, the seductress who drives men insane and leads them to ruin, is one of the archetypes of the modern collective imagination, pervading literature, theatre, figurative arts, and cinema.
Author: Vittoria Crespi Morbio
2009, Cartonato con sovraccoperta, 216pp., 184ill.
ISBN: 9788842217930
€ 35,00