GIUSEPPE MARANIELLO – OPERE 1978/2000 (2000)

By 4 October 2000 Books, Giuseppe Maraniello

GIUSEPPE MARANIELLO - OPERE 1978/2000

2000

Texts: Pier Giovanni Castagnoli, Antonio d'Avossa, Gillo Dorfles, Danilo Eccher, Aurora Garcia, Marco Meneguzzo, Giancarlo Politi, Lea Vergine
Project curated by: Galleria Fumagalli
Language: Italian / English
Size: 21x24 cm
Pages: 136
Images: 80
B/W: 64
Color: 16
Editions: Stefano Fumagalli, Bergamo
Year: 2000

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The catalog curated by Marco Meneguzzo, is published on the occasion of the solo exhibition by Giuseppe Maraniello, who inaugurated the 2000/2001 exhibition season at Galleria Fumagalli, Bergamo. The exhibition featured large and medium-sized sculptures and paintings/sculptures, including a bronze work (8×4 m), especially made for the occasion. In the text “Communicating thoughts”, Marco Meneguzzo speculates on some of the artist’s statements, scattered throughout the interviews he has released over more than two decades. In addition, the catalog features the texts by Pier Giovanni Castagnoli, Antonio d’Avossa, Gillo Dorfles, Danilo Eccher, Aurora Garcia, Giancarlo Politi, Lea Vergine.

GIUSEPPE MARANIELLO - OPERE 1978/2000

2000

Texts: Pier Giovanni Castagnoli, Antonio d'Avossa, Gillo Dorfles, Danilo Eccher, Aurora Garcia, Marco Meneguzzo, Giancarlo Politi, Lea Vergine
Project curated by: Galleria Fumagalli
Language: Italian / English
Size: 21x24 cm
Pages: 136
Images: 80
B/W: 64
Color: 16
Editions: Stefano Fumagalli, Bergamo
Year: 2000

Inquire

The catalog curated by Marco Meneguzzo, is published on the occasion of the solo exhibition by Giuseppe Maraniello, who inaugurated the 2000/2001 exhibition season at Galleria Fumagalli, Bergamo. The exhibition featured large and medium-sized sculptures and paintings/sculptures, including a bronze work (8×4 m), especially made for the occasion. In the text “Communicating thoughts”, Marco Meneguzzo speculates on some of the artist’s statements, scattered throughout the interviews he has released over more than two decades. In addition, the catalog features the texts by Pier Giovanni Castagnoli, Antonio d’Avossa, Gillo Dorfles, Danilo Eccher, Aurora Garcia, Giancarlo Politi, Lea Vergine.

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