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Gianfranco Baruchello & Michele Mari
Born in 1924, Gianfranco Baruchello lives and works in Rome, where he created the Agricola Cornelia in 1973. His practice as an artist, poet, and experimental filmmaker is now being rediscovered thanks to a series of exhibitions, and participation in Biennials and group exhibitions, as well as publications.

Michele Mari (born 1955, Milan, where he lives and works) is an Italian writer and professor of literature at Milan University. The prizes he has been awarded include the Selezione Campiello and the Bagutta.

See also Gianfranco Baruchello.

English edition
Humboldt Books
In this publication, artist Gianfranco Baruchello and writer Michele Mari join forces to provide descriptions of their own dreams. Baruchello's illustrations and Mari's written notes unveil oneiric worlds made of symbols, recurring images, and obsessions, and address the question: just what are dreams made of?