Castellani

22a_2001

Castellani

Silvia Evangelisti and Annamaria Maggi
2001
Edizioni Galleria Fumagalli,
Bergamo (ITA)
31x31 cm – 191 pages.

Published by the Galleria Fumagalli on the occasion of Enrico Castellani’s one-man exhibition in Bergamo from 29 September to 19 November 2001, the volume which was graphically coordinated by Gianfranco Pardi includes an essay by Silvia Evangelisti and a text by Annamaria Maggi. Characterised by an extensive B & W photographic documentation, the volume is conceived as a panorama that includes a series of photographs of exhibitions held in public spaces or private galleries in which the artist’s work is not presented by way of the simple reproduction of the work itself but by means of situations and experiences with places and people, the works therefore interacting with the space or the public. The cover image is by Antonia Mulas while inside the volume there are photographs (from among the many authors) by Aurelio Amendola, Carlo Chiavacci, Giorgio Colombo, George Gorge Cserna, Salvatore Licitra, Uliano Lucas, Nataly Maier, Attilio Maranzano, Ugo Mulas, Paolo Mussat Sartor, Giovanni Ricci, Riccardo Toffoletti and Giuseppe Varchetta.

Published by the Galleria Fumagalli on the occasion of Enrico Castellani’s one-man exhibition in Bergamo from 29 September to 19 November 2001, the volume which was graphically coordinated by Gianfranco Pardi includes an essay by Silvia Evangelisti and a text by Annamaria Maggi. Characterised by an extensive B & W photographic documentation, the volume is conceived as a panorama that includes a series of photographs of exhibitions held in public spaces or private galleries in which the artist’s work is not presented by way of the simple reproduction of the work itself but by means of situations and experiences with places and people, the works therefore interacting with the space or the public. The cover image is by Antonia Mulas while inside the volume there are photographs (from among the many authors) by Aurelio Amendola, Carlo Chiavacci, Giorgio Colombo, George Gorge Cserna, Salvatore Licitra, Uliano Lucas, Nataly Maier, Attilio Maranzano, Ugo Mulas, Paolo Mussat Sartor, Giovanni Ricci, Riccardo Toffoletti and Giuseppe Varchetta.