Illustrated Books
  • Contemporary Brera - Fabro Garutti Kounellis Paolini
    Edited by Giovanni Iovane

    Art is always contemporary. From this principle and the renewed collaboration between the Pinacoteca and the Accademia di Belle Arti springs the exhibition Contemporary Brera. Fabr...
  • Talenti e leggende
    Edited by Martina Corgnati and Giovanni Iovane

    A single place with three projects: Brera Palace tells its story, revealing its soul in all its glory through three projects. For the first time, with ‘Accademia aperta,&rsqu...
  • Arte ri-programmata
    Edited by Serena Cangiano, Davide Fornari, Azalea Seratoni

    Re-programmed Art: An Open Manifesto is an action research project that explored the impact of methods and approaches linked to open source hardware and software on the field of ar...
  • Alessandro Busci
    In alto Milano
    I think that the solution to the possible conflict between Busci as architect and as painter lies in this original dialectic, a kind of obstacle course: the redemption, sublimation...
  • Marco Petrus
    Atlas
    Marco Petrus's work is a dizzying chromatic and compositional swirl soon transmuted into a journey through the buildings of countless cities, to which the trained eye will be able ...
  • Frammenti di vita etrusca
    Edited by Silvia Menichelli

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  • Roma interrotta
    In his 'Nuova Pianta di Roma' dated 1748, Giovanni Battista Nolli presented for the first time the Eternal City as a complete organism: divided into twelve tables, the plan reprodu...
  • Giuseppe Varchetta
    Ettore Sottsass
    Happiness and melancholia were the two extremes that marked the life and artistic career of Ettore Sottsass: happiness at having experienced the lost but ever-present paradise of c...
  • Wilfried Dickhoff, Bernard Marcadé
    Marcel Broodthaers
    Edited by Marie-Puck Broodthaers

    In a career of just twelve years, the Belgian Marcel Broodthaers (Brussels, 1924 – Cologne, 1976) produced more ideas than most artists do in an entire lifetime. After devoti...
  • Marco Meneguzzo, Enrico Morteo, Alberto Saibene
    Programmare l’arte
    The exhibition of “Programmed Art” was inaugurated in the Olivetti Store in the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, Milan, on 15 May 1962. The name Arte Programmata was coined ...
  • Giulio Paolini
    L’autore che credeva di esistere
    Conceived by Giulio Paolini, one of the best-known and most acclaimed conceptual artists, this book takes stock in a certain sense of a life lived in the art world both as a leadin...
  • Isola isole insulae
    Edited by Remo Salvadori

    Island: the word conjures up isolated places we nonetheless seek to reach, touching the realm of the real and the imaginary, the concrete and the abstract. It inspires a myriad of ...
  • Marco Sannazaro, Caterina Giostra
    Petala aurea
    Petala aurea (gold petals) is the term used in early medieval treatises for the thin sheets of gold leaf or bracteae used in jewellery. The book presents the 47 items of gold leaf,...
  • Laboratorio Italia
    Edited by Marinella Paderni

    The 'analytical line' that emerged in artistic debate in the sixties led to a significant change in the role of photography, the consequences of which are still felt today. In thos...
  • Laboratorio italia
    Edited by Alessandra Galasso

    In an age where ideologies and schools of thought have lost the capacity to forge strong cultural models, where national identities are gradually dissolving into a global context, ...
  • Double Portrait
    Edited by Giovanna Dal Bon

    "Each became absorbed in their own artistic universe, in ways that gradually acquired consistency and weightover the years. Art animated their lives, an inexorable imperative. Pain...
  • Lev Manovich - Franck Gautherot
    Miltos Manetas
    This work constitutes the first monograph on Miltos Manetas and focuses on his work of the period from 1997 to 2007, thus offering a point of reference for collectors and those inv...
  • Laboratorio Italia
    Edited by Ivan Quaroni

    Laboratorio italia documents the generation of Italian painters which began working at the end of the nineties and the start of the new millenium, with the aim of showing how many ...
  • Aldo Lanzini
    Edited by Alessandra Galasso

    This monograph gathers the diverse production of an artist of multiform skills: from the hand-sewn felt puppets (IllegalAliens) to his crochet works, from his big format pen drawin...
  • Matteo Bittanti - Domenico Quaranta
    Gamescenes
    Contemporary artists meet the challenge of producing artworks with every-day materials, tools and media; and videogames are among them. How can we make art with videogames? Miltos ...
  • Nanda Vigo
    Edited by Dominique Stella

    The book offers a comprehensive view of Nanda Vigo’s artistic production, from the sixties up to her last artworks in 2005. An exhaustive critical essay, edited by Dominique ...
  • Mauro Ceolin
    Edited by Ivan Quaroni

    This monograph contains an interview to the artist edited by young critic Ivan Quaroni and a short story by Italian renowned writer Tiziano Scarpa. Thanks to a rich iconographic se...
  • Valeria Agosti Nelli
    Edited by Ivan Quaroni

    Ivan Quaroni draws upon an interview with the artist to trace her creative journey from the sculptural debut and the works on paper to the large paintings during the more recent st...
  • AAVV
    Sul reale
    An e-mail dialogue between the artist and English critic Richard Cork opens the monograph, followed by Cork’s essay. The volume then focuses on The Writer installation, with ...
  • Keith Haring a Milano
    Edited by Alessandra Galasso

    The volume is based on the original project by Keith Haring for the catalogue, which was never produced, of his great solo exhibition in Milan in 1984 at the Galleria Salvatore Ala...