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Nanda Vigo

Light is Life

  • Edited by: Dominique Stella
  • Year: 2006
  • Language: Italian - English
  • Pages: 260
  • Price: 48.00 €
  • ISBN: 978-88-6010-021-4
  • Size: cm 24 x 28
  • Illustrations: b/w - colour

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 Stella, presents Nanda Vigo’s career, emphasizing her interdisciplinary approach rather than the traditional and restrictive classification of the artist as architect and designer. The book is divided into three sections: art, architecture and design, each introduced by unpublished texts by Tommaso Trini, I.J. Schoonhoven, Ettore Sottsass and Lucio Fontana, which highlight her talent in combining such different artistic expressions.

Nanda Vigo was born in Milan and has studied Architecture in Losanna. After some professional experience in the United States she came back to Milan to work with Lucio Fontana, Piero Manzoni and Giò Ponti. She joined actively major European movements of artistic experimentation such as Gruppo Zero, Aktuel and Licht und Bewegung, cultivating an interdisciplinary link between architecture, art, design and the environment. She now lives and works in Italy and Africa.

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Dominique Stella was born in France; she is curator and art director of the Centre Culturel Français of Milan and active internationally as exhibition curator. She collaborates with Italian foundations and cultural centres.

Fare luce di Silvana Annichiarico

Nanda Vigo: «Light is Life» di Dominique Stella

Arte e design. Piccola storiografia di Nanda Vigo 

Al di là di un’estetica dell’arte. Fine dell’arte di Lucio Fontana

Arte

Vivere il Cronotopo di Tommaso Trini

About Nanda Vigo by I.J. Schoonhoven

Architettura

Nanda Vigo: tutti coinvolti nel suo spazio di Tommaso Trini

Design (con uno scritto di Ettore Sottsass)

Biografia / bibliografia