GIUSEPPE UNCINI – CATALOGO RAGIONATO (2007)

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GIUSEPPE UNCINI - CATALOGO RAGIONATO

2007

Texts: Bruno Corà, Klaus Wolbert
Curated by: Annamaria Maggi, Galleria Fumagalli
With the support of: Fondazione VAF, Galleria Giò Marconi, Galleria Christian Stein
Under the patronage of: Regione Lombardia
Language: German / Italian / English
Size: 26,4x31 cm
Pages: 432
Images: 1350
B/W: 1220
Color: 130
Editions: Silvana Editoriale
Year: 2007

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Galleria Fumagalli curates Giuseppe Uncini’s catalogue raisonné, published in 2007 by Silvana Editoriale within the series by Fondazione VAF per la promozione dell’arte italiana contemporanea. The volume offers an extensive overview of the Master’s work from 1954 to 2007 and illustrates in an exhaustive and chronological sequence – with photographs of each single work and descriptive captions – the evolution of the different phases of his work, from the Terre, the Cementarmati, the Ferrocementi and the Strutturespazio, the Ombre, the Dimore, the Spazi di ferro and the Spazicemento, up to the Architetture. The catalog is accompanied by texts by Klaus Wolbert and Bruno Corà.

GIUSEPPE UNCINI - CATALOGO RAGIONATO

2007

Texts: Bruno Corà, Klaus Wolbert
Curated by: Annamaria Maggi, Galleria Fumagalli
With the support of: Fondazione VAF, Galleria Giò Marconi, Galleria Christian Stein
Under the patronage of: Regione Lombardia
Language: German / Italian / English
Size: 26,4x31 cm
Pages: 432
Images: 1350
B/W: 1220
Color: 130
Editions: Silvana Editoriale
Year: 2007

Inquire

Galleria Fumagalli curates Giuseppe Uncini’s catalogue raisonné, published in 2007 by Silvana Editoriale within the series by Fondazione VAF per la promozione dell’arte italiana contemporanea. The volume offers an extensive overview of the Master’s work from 1954 to 2007 and illustrates in an exhaustive and chronological sequence – with photographs of each single work and descriptive captions – the evolution of the different phases of his work, from the Terre, the Cementarmati, the Ferrocementi and the Strutturespazio, the Ombre, the Dimore, the Spazi di ferro and the Spazicemento, up to the Architetture. The catalog is accompanied by texts by Klaus Wolbert and Bruno Corà.

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