New monograph, documenting a large-scale installation that reflects the artist's dreamlike aesthetic, his ongoing exploration of notions of movement, transition and vulnerability, and mythological narratives, offering a rare glimpse into Clemente's forays into the field of sculpture.
This book is dedicated to the work of Roberto Sironi, as part of a series of monographs on the thought and work of young contemporary designers. The activity of the Italian designer unfolds through highly symbolic projects, based on his personal interest in anthropology and ethnology.
Les presses du réel – Music & Sound Arts – Misceallenous
A collection of texts by Alessandro Bosetti, between theory, poetry and score, all of which breathe in concert with a series of sound projects and often focus on the voice from different angles and perspectives.
Interviews with Dasha Ilina, Forensic Architecture,
Screen Walks (Marco de Mutiis + Jon Uriarte),
Michele Spanghero; Emergency music by
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This volume outlines the multiple trajectories that led to one of Mario Merz's most significant bodies of work: the igloos. Essays by Germano Celant, Lisa Le Feuvre, Pietro Rigolo, and Mariano Boggia complement a lavish array of illustrations and hitherto unpublished documents, including a 1974 interview with Merz conducted by Harald Szeemann, and a photographic reconstruction of the Igloos exhibition at the Pirelli HangarBicocca.
Giovanna Silva explores the architectural heritage of the Philippines, illustrating the relationship between architecture and history, through the architectural exuberance of a power long marked by corruption and nepotism.
This book revolves around the cycle Topography of Terror, initiated by artists Elisa Caldana and Diego Tonus in 2017, and presents the making-of process behind Topography of Terror (19.12.2016) and Never Again, the first two episodes of the cycle.
Les presses du réel – Contemporary art – Monographs
Retrospective monograph of the photographer and filmmaker Paolo Gioli, an active member of the Italian avant-garde of the 1970s: an overview of his work, with a dozen essays, an interview and the artist's writings.
Choosing Venice as the most suitable place to describe natural and social complexities, this publication sets the outcomes produced by a group of scholars and artists during their residencies in the Venetian lagoon. The contributions, in fact, from crossing the stimuli proposed by Altrove Project (2018-19) and from recognizing art and its narrations as a powerful tool to reach newer and more coherent disciplinary hybridizations.
In the spring of 1949, while they were shooting “Stromboli” on the island of the same name, Ingrid Bergman and Roberto Rossellini began a love affair which was to cause a scandal. The great photographer Federico Patellani documented the development of the film as well as life on the island.