Gino De Dominicis The Immortal Catalogo Della Mostra Roma 30 Maggio 7 Novembre 2010

Gino De Dominicis may be regarded as one of the most emblematic and mysterious figures of Italian art in the period following WWII. The artist, who, from many points of view is still very elusive, is surrounded by his own legendary aura.

Author: Achille Bonito Oliva

Publisher: Mondadori Electa

ISBN: 8837075901

Category: Art

Page: 388

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Gino De Dominicis may be regarded as one of the most emblematic and mysterious figures of Italian art in the period following WWII. More than 220 works are reproduced in this catalogue, together with a selection of the many papers and articles written by him.

Postwar Italian Art History Today

2 The relevant literature on Gino De Dominicis includes Gino De Dominicis: Flash Art International Special Edition, with essays by E. Mangion, B. Merz, A. Heiss, A. Bellini, L. Cherubini, G. Guercio, M. Abramović, J. Kosuth, ...

Author: Sharon Hecker

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA

ISBN: 9781501330063

Category: Art

Page: 320

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Postwar Italian Art History Today brings fresh critical consideration to the parameters and impact of Italian art and visual culture studies of the past several decades. Taking its cue from the thirty-year anniversary of curator Germano Celant's landmark exhibition at PS1 in New York – The Knot – this volume presents innovative case studies and emphasizes new methodologies deployed in the study of postwar Italian art as a means to evaluate the current state of the field. Included are fifteen essays that each examine, from a different viewpoint, the issues, concerns, and questions driving postwar Italian art history. The editors and contributors call for a systematic reconsideration of the artistic origins of postwar Italian art, the terminology that is used to describe the work produced, and key personalities and institutions that promoted and supported the development and marketing of this art in Italy and abroad.

Gino De Dominicis alla Fondazione Merz

Gino De Dominicis, Fondazione Merz. ~ xhibition 1osti ope . Mario Merz Coccodrillo Fibonacci , 1989 coccodrillo impagliato , neon. Senza titolo ( Ritratto di Joanna B. ) , 1994-1995 matita su tela / pencil on canvas 107x107x6,5 cm coll ...

Author: Gino De Dominicis

Publisher: Hopefulmonster

ISBN: STANFORD:36105115359833

Category: Art

Page: 45

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Courtesy Associazione Gino De Dominicis. painting(s) of Urvasi and Gilgamesh. The “invisibility” of the gallery-goers construed by Mirror points to an ancestral past or a suspended future rather than to a correlational present.

Author: Francesco Pellizzi

Publisher: Peabody Museum Press

ISBN: 9780873658546

Category: Art

Page: 369

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This volume includes the editorial “The absconded subject of Pop,” by Thomas Crow; “Enlivening the soul in Chinese tombs,” by Wu Hung; “On the ‘true body’ of Huineng,” by Michele Matteini; “Apparition painting,” by Yukio Lippit; “Immanence out of sight,” by Joyce Cheng; “Absconding in plain sight,” by Roberta Bonetti; “Ancient Maya sculptures of Tikal, seen and unseen,” by Megan E. O’Neil; “Style and substance, or why the Cacaxtla paintings were buried,” by Claudia Brittenham; “The Parthenon frieze,” by Clemente Marconi; “Roma sotterranea and the biogenesis of New Jerusalem,” by Irina Oryshkevich; “Out of sight, yet still in place,” by Minou Schraven; “Behind closed doors,” by Melissa R. Katz; “Moving eyes,” by Bissera V. Pentcheva; “‘A secret kind of charm not to be expressed or discerned,’” by Rebecca Zorach; “Ivory towers,” by Richard Taws; “Boxed in,” by Miranda Lash; “A concrete experience of nothing,” by William S. Smith; “Believing in art,” by Irene V. Small; “Repositories of the unconditional,” by Gabriele Guercio; “From micro/macrocosm to the aesthetics of ruins and waste-bodies,” by Jeanette Zwingenberger; “Are shadows transparent?” by Roberto Casati; “Invisibility of the digital,” by Boris Groys; “Des formes et des catégories,” by Remo Guidieri; and “Further comments on ‘Absconding,’” by Francesco Pellizzi.

P S I Italian Bureau selections 1998 2000

Conosco Gino De Dominicis . Divento amico di Gino De Dominicis . Ricevo una telefonata da Robert Denison , mi informa di essere stato nominato Presidente del P.S.1 di New York . Mi chiede se voglio fare parte del Comitato Internazionale ...


Publisher: Castelvecchi

ISBN: 8882101940

Category: Art

Page: 100

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Broken Narrative

Gino De Dominicis's death is on another level. I also say this because for sometime now I've been trying to carry out an idea. I'd like to sign the body of a suicide immediately after they perform the act (in a gallery or elsewhere).

Author: Marco Mazzi

Publisher: punctum books

ISBN: 9781685710583

Category: Art

Page: 365

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Broken Narrative provides an extensive reflection on history, politics, and contemporary art, revolving around the cornerstones of the artistic practice of Albanian artist Armando Lulaj. The core of the book is formed by and extended interview of Lulaj by Italian artist and writer Marco Mazzi. This inquiry starts in the year 1997, a year of social and political upheaval in Albania, of anarchy, controversies and emigration, of toxic seeds of neoliberalism sprouting in an already wounded country, and continues to the present day, where politics, hidden behind art forms, has practically destroyed (again) every different and possible future of the country. This book also sketches out a connection between the recent Albanian political context and contemporary art by considering the realities of Albania as essential for an understanding of the dynamics of international power in contemporary art and architecture, and the role of politics therein. Broken Narrative comes in a bilingual English-Japanese edition, in part as homage to the subtle esthetics of Japanese poetry, which has inspired many of the Lulaj's works, while equally evoking the subversive films of the Red Army, active in Japan at the turn of the 1960s and '70s. Broken Narrative contains a double preface in English by Albanian scholar Jonida Gashi and in Japanese by photographer Osamu Kanemura. Armando Lulaj was born in Tirana in 1980. He is a writer of plays, texts on risk territories, filmmaker, and producer of conflict images. He's research is orientated towards accentuating the border between economical power, fictional democracy, and social disparity in a global context. His main topics of interest remain power, corruption and institutional critique. Lulaj has participated in many international exhibitions and film festivals. His works are part of various important private and public collections. Armando Lulaj is one of the founders of DebatikCenter of Contemporary Art. Marco Mazzi (1980) is an Italian photographer and writer living and working between Florence, Tokyo, and Tirana. Mazzi studied Contemporary Literature at the University of Florence and has also studied Japanese avant-garde art and visual poetry in Japan. In 2008, Mazzi founded the non-profit organization Relational Cinema Association within the University of Waseda in Tokyo. Mazzi was photographer-in-residence at The Department of Eagles (Tirana, Albania) during the conference Pedagogies of Disaster and for the project Lapidari, and he was the stage and still photographer for Armando Lulaj's Recapitulation (2015), commissioned by the 2015 Venice Biennale' s Albanian Pavilion.

48th Esposizione Internationale D arte

a In the work of Gino De Dominicis nothing can be traced to a distinguishing language or to countries already visited . From the depths of a modernity which has grown foolish , his work allows incompatible rituals and epiphanies to ...

Author: Harald Szeemann


ISBN: UVA:X006120779

Category: Art, Modern

Page: 440

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Animality in Contemporary Italian Philosophy

... Gino De Dominicis (1947–1998) set up a room that included the “work” (and here the quotation marks seem a moral imperative) 2a soluzione di immortalità (L'universo è immobile) (Second Solution of Immortality.

Author: Felice Cimatti

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030475079

Category: Philosophy

Page: 341

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This volume provides an overview of contemporary Italian philosophy from the perspective of animality. Its rationale rests on two main premises: the great topicality of both Italian contemporary philosophy (the so-called “Italian Theory”) and of the animal question (the so-called “animal turn” in the humanities and the social sciences) in the contemporary philosophical panorama. The volume not only intersects these two axes, illuminating Italian Theory through the animal question, but also proposes an original thesis: that the animal question is a central and founding issue of contemporary Italian philosophy. It combines historical-descriptive chapters with analyses of the theme in several philosophical branches, such as biopolitics, Posthumanism, Marxism, Feminism, Antispeciesism and Theology, and with original contributions by renowned authors of contemporary Italian (animal) philosophy. The volume is both historical-descriptive and speculative and is intended for a broad academic audience, embracing both Italian studies and Animal studies at all levels.

Frieze Art Fair Yearbook

In accordance with the artist's wishes , no image has been reproduced Gino De Dominicis Selected Bibliography 2005 Gino De Dominicis : Calamita Cosmica ( Cosmic Magnet ) , Italo Tomassoni , Edizioni Centro Culturale Una Arte , Ancona ...



ISBN: STANFORD:36105111753906

Category: Art, British

Page: 508

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