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by Germano Celant

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  • ISBN 8837075421
  • ISBN13 978-8837075422
  • Language English
  • Author Germano Celant
  • Publisher Mondadori Electa (Acc); Bilingual edition (August 16, 2011)
  • Pages 560
  • Formats mbr txt lrf doc
  • Category Photography
  • Subcategory History and Criticism
  • Size ePub 1439 kb
  • Size Fb2 1921 kb
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This book is being published in connection with the exhibitions being planned for 2011 all over Italy to mark the celebrations for the 150th anniversary of the Unification of Italy Starting with the cult book of 1985, this is an updated, detailed account of Arte Povera. For the first time, everything written by Germano Celant about the group of artists comprising Giovanni Anselmo, Alighiero Boetti, Pier Paolo Calzolari, Luciano Fabro, Jannis Kounellis, Mario Merz, Marisa Merz, Giulio Paolini, Pino Pascali, Giuseppe Penone, Michelangelo Pistoletto, Emilio Prini and Gilberto Zorio, for which he himself, in 1967, coined the term Arte Povera. This book is a collection of theoretical texts, focusing on both the art of the movement and the styles of the individual artists, and concentrates as much on the movement's contingent side as on its fragmentary, contradictory, pluralistic way of creating art. But, above all, it is a comprehensive update on his reflections in 1985, the year of the book entitled Arte Povera, Stories and Protagonists, which was written by Celant himself, was never distributed and, since it was only circulated amongst those involved, became a much-sought-after and inaccessible cult item. This book contains a facsimile of the original, providing a source of reference and an opportunity to take a new look at Arte Povera. Since 1967, the language of Arte Povera has brought within its scope water and stone, fire and electricity, words and ideas, and has even involved animals and plants, which take on particular significance because they belong to the primary, essential world. This field of art has always been based on a deconstructive attitude, which takes into account the many different kinds of artistic expression in relation to the context in which it is created. The constant innovation and originality of the Arte Povera movement over the years made it a lasting influence on the Italian contemporary art scene.

History and Stories book.

History and Stories book. Per la prima volta insieme tutti gli scritti di Germano Celant relativi ad un gruppo di artisti composto, tra gli altri, da Alighiero Boetti, Luciano Fabro, Jannis Kounellis, Giulio Paolini e Michelangelo Pistoletto, per cui egli stesso conia, nel 1967, il termine Arte Povera. Partendo dal libro cult del 1985, un resoconto aggiornato e puntuale sull’Arte povera.

Celant, Germano, Arte Povera: Histories and Protagonists, Milan: Electa, 1985. Jacopo Galimberti, "A Third-worldist Art? Germano Celant's Invention of Arte Povera", volume 36, issue 2, Art History, 2013, 418-441. ISBN 88-435-1043-6 (Republished as Arte Povera: History and Stories, 2011. ISBN 978-88-370-7542-2). Celant, Germano, Tommaso Trini, Jean-Christophe Ammann, Harald Szeemann and Ida Gianelli. Arte povera, Milan: Charta, 2001. ISBN 978-88-8158-316-4. Manacorda, Francesco, and Robert Lumley, Marcello Levi: Portrait of a Collector, Turin: Hopefulmonster, 2005 Estorick Collection.

Arte Povera : Storia e Storie. Space and place have become central to analysis of culture and history in the humanities and social sciences. Making Place examines how people engage the material and social worlds of the urban environment via the rhythms of everyday life and how bodily responses are implicated in the making and experiencing of place.

Development and history of Arte Povera. The term Arte Povera was first used by art critic Germano Celant in 1967 to describe the work of a group of young Italian artists who were just coming into public attention. Includes key artists, movement definition, themes and concepts, and related ideas. In the same year Celant organized the first survey of the trend, "Arte Povera e Im Spazio," which was staged at Galleria La Bertesca in Genoa, and which included the work of Alighiero Boetti, Luciano Fabro, Jannis Kounellis, Giulio Paolini, Pino Pascali and Emilio Prini. All of the work made use of everyday or "poor" materials.

Germano Celant is an Italian art historian, critic and curator who coined the term "Arte . 850" Flash Art

Germano Celant is an Italian art historian, critic and curator who coined the term "Arte Povera" in 1967 and wrote many. 850" Flash Art

Germano Celant organised a number of group shows under the title Arte Povera – at the Galleria La Bertesca in Genoa (1967), at the Galleria De' Foscherari in Bologna (1968), at the Galleria Civica d'Arte Moderna in Turin (1970) – and the three-day event "Arte Povera+Azioni Povere.

Germano Celant organised a number of group shows under the title Arte Povera – at the Galleria La Bertesca in Genoa (1967), at the Galleria De' Foscherari in Bologna (1968), at the Galleria Civica d'Arte Moderna in Turin (1970) – and the three-day event "Arte Povera+Azioni Povere at Amalfi" (1968) in collaboration with Marcello Rumma. He published essays formulating and re-formulating the idea of "arte povera" in tandem with the shows, as well in Flash Art where his "Arte Povera. Appunti per una guerriglia" (Arte Povera: Notes for a Guerrilla War) acted.

The term Arte Povera was first used by Italian art critic Germano Celant to describe a broad category of art being produced by an international cross section of artists in the late 1960s through the 1970s, although it is now generally used to apply only to Italian art of this period.

Germano Celant (b. Genoa, 1940) is an Italian art historian, critic and curator, who coined the term "Arte Povera" (poor art) in. .Germano Celant attended the University of Genoa, where he studied history of art with Eugenio Battisti

Germano Celant (b. Genoa, 1940) is an Italian art historian, critic and curator, who coined the term "Arte Povera" (poor art) in 1967 and wrote many articles and books on the subject. Germano Celant attended the University of Genoa, where he studied history of art with Eugenio Battisti. In 1967, his manifesto of Arte Povera, Notes for a Guerilla, was published in Flash Art.

The Arte Povera movement, similar to other movements of its time such as Conceptual Art and Process Ar. Using four early essays and lavish, full-page color illustrations, this exhibition catalog focuses on the origins of Arte Povera from 1967 to 1971. Accompanying the essays (which are in both English and Italian) is an extensive look at 11 seminal Arte Povera artists, including Giulio Paolini, Alighiero Boetti, and Michelangelo Pistoletto.

Arte povera" allowed artists to express themselves without the restraint of conventional . The leader of the small group of artists was Germano Celant, an Italian artist, and critic, who was joined by other twelve artists.

Arte povera" allowed artists to express themselves without the restraint of conventional practices and materials. The leader of the small group of artists was Germano Celant, an Italian artist, and critic, who was joined by other twelve artists whose aim was to challenge the political affairs of the day through art.