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Enrico Morteo

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Johan & Levi
Architect and critic of design since 1987, has worked and written for the major Italian papers and magazines and taught at the IUAV in Venice. He is author of books on Mario Bellini, Roberto Sambonet and Olivetti as well as the Grande atlante del Design (Electa, 2008). The curator of the exhibition ‘Olivetti: una bella società’ (2008), he was also joint presenter of the radio programme Adriano Olivetti: progettare per vivere (RAI-Radio3, 2010).

Author's books

Programmare l’arte

Olivetti e le neoavanguardie cinetiche

Marco Meneguzzo, Enrico Morteo, Alberto Saibene

publisher: Johan & Levi

pages: 184 pages

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 by Bruno Munari, who launched the initiative, and Umberto Eco, the theorist of kinetic art as a paradigm of the “open work”, was responsible for the catalogue. The young and
 

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