Catalogue of an exhibition held at the Gesellschaft für Aktuelle Kunst Bremen.
|Statement||(edited by Reinhard Onnasch).|
|Contributions||Onnasch, Reinhard., Gesellschaft für Aktuelle Kunst Bremen.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||217 p. :|
|Number of Pages||217|
Aug 23, · The art of Gianni Piacentino (born ) represents a universe of perfection, calculation and concentration, one of geometrical and primary forms. Combining this sensibility with an appreciation of pop culture, Piacentino turned to the world of velocity and transportation including cars, motorcycles and planes, creating industrial-inspired sculptures that straddle the line between design and. A founding member of Arte Povera, Gianni Piacentino (born ) has pursued a path that has taken him from early Minimalist structures to sculptures influenced by modern industrial design, celebrating the dynamism of motorcycles, automobiles and planes. This book spans his career from to the present. Mechanical cosmogonies / Andrea Bellini --Gianni Piacentino, a very abstract idea, a very concrete action / Laura Cherubini --Time traveller / Dan Cameron --Escape velocity / Marc-Olivier Wahler --Aesthetics and aerodynamics / Christophe Kim --Hans-Ulrich Obrist interviews Gianni Piacentino. Responsibility: [editor, Andrea Bellini]. Book III: Gianni Piacentino Contains an illustrated text by Germano Celant, including a conversation with Gianni Piacentino, and a chronology of the artist’s exhibitions history, which features documents and images. Format: 16 x 22 cm pgs, ill.
Sculptures and Paintings and Book III: Gianni Piacentino - it includes an essay by Germano Celant comprising an interview with the artist and a chronology of Gianni Piacentino’s exhibitions history, featuring documents, images, collages and computer-drawings realized by the artist from to Gianni Piacentino - short bio. Milano, Novembre [Gianni Piacentino] on larep-immo.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Skip to main content. Try Prime EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Orders Try Prime Cart. Books. Go Search Best Sellers Gift Ideas New Releases Whole Foods Today's Deals AmazonBasics Coupons Gift Cards Customer Service Free Author: Gianni Piacentino. Gianni Piacentino began constructing angular, metallic sculptures in the s. Although his works bear a visual affinity to minimalist art, the sculptures are inspired by the artist’s interest in speed and industrial design. Piacentino was originally part of the Arte Povera movement, but he broke Nationality: Italian. FONDAZIONE PRADA ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF AN EXHIBITION DEVOTED TO GIANNI PIACENTINO IN MILAN Milan, 4 November – From 7 November to 10 January , Fondazione Prada presents an anthological exhibition devoted to Gianni Piacentino (Turin, ). Curated by Sculptures and Paintings and Book III: Gianni Piacentino - it includes.
Land—Art surveys Theaster Gates’ multi-nodal practice that spans the seemingly divergent worlds of ethical redevelopment and art making. Or, as Gates writes in the opening of the book, “how urban transformation happens through culture.” This compendium organizes the surfeit of original research, essays, artworks, ideas, and space initiatives that he and his organizations have crafted. Fondazione Prada presents an anthological exhibition devoted to Gianni Piacentino (Turin, ). Curated by Germano Celant, the solo show is hosted on the two levels of the Podium–the building at the center of the Fondazione’s architectural compound–and comprises more than 90 works, retracing Piacentino’s artistic path in anti-chronological order, starting from his most recent works . Before the Beginning and After the End: Goshka Macuga edited by Mario Mainetti for Fondazione Prada serves as a conceptual atlas of the Macuga’s work to date. A nontraditional monograph that seeks to map the artist’s mind, the book is highly diagrammatic and infographic based. Dec 11, · When Gianni Piacentino was 23 years old, he abandoned art to renovate classic motorbikes. At the time, he was one of the leading members of a '60s avant-garde movement called Arte Povera. But his.