An overview of Studio Marconi's publishing activities since the 1960s, tracing the studio's history.
During the height of the economic boom of the 1960s, Giorgio Marconi began his career as a gallerist by opening Studio Marconi in via Tadino 15, a space for exhibitions and a meeting point for young artists, intellectuals, critics, and collectors who gathered to discuss the artistic and non-artistic landscape of the time. From these exchanges of ideas, Studio Marconi began to conceive the possibility of a periodic publication project, becoming an editor as well. This volume presents the complete publication of Decennale dello Studio Marconi 1965-1975
, produced for the gallery's tenth anniversary, as well as two other types of periodic publications: magazines printed on newsprint and small notebooks/bulletins, thus retracing years of Studio Marconi's history. An interview by Hans Ulrich Obrist
with Valerio Adami
completes this analysis.