A catalogue dedicated to Enrico Castellani and published on the occasion of the double solo exhibition with Günter Uecker housed in the rooms of the Ca’ Pesaro. Galleria Internazionale d’Arte Moderna in Venice from 1 September 2012 to 13 January 2013. The volume, whose cover photograph is by Plinio De Martiis, contains an introduction by Davide Di Maggio and texts by Bruno Corà, Lóránd Hegyi and Nanni Balestrini. The publication includes numerous archive photographs together with those of the artist, the works on exhibit or else set in important international exhibitions. The volume also includes an extensive anthology of the artist’s principal writings followed by a list of his one-man and group exhibitions.
Enrico Castellani – Modular el infinito
Catalogue in stitched paperback published on the occasion of the one-man exhibition held by Enrico Castellani at the Galeria Cayón in Madrid from 14 February to May 2013. The volume contains an essay by Bruno Corà in Spanish, English and Italian, photographs of the works and of the exhibition installation. The catalogue is completed by a list of the artist’s most important one-man and group exhibitions.
Enrico Castellani – Catalogue Raisonné of the works on canvas
The Catalogue Raisonné of Enrico Castellani is to date the most important monograph dedicated to the artist’s work. Published in two volumes and edited in its entirety by Renata Wirz and Federico Sardella, it proposes to offer a new account regarding the first fifty years of the work by one of the major protagonists of the world art scene during the postwar period.
A catalogue published on the occasion of the one-man exhibition held by Enrico Castellani at the Parisian branch of Tornabuoni Arte from 14 October to 15 December 2011. The edition in French and Italian contains a text by Bernard Blistène, a series of archive photos and the colour photographs of all the works on exhibit, biographical information compiled by Federico Sardella, a list of the most important one-man and group exhibitions and a referential bibliography.
Castellani + Castellani
A catalogue published on the occasion of the one-man exhibition held by Enrico Castellani at the new Haunch of Venison gallery in New York from 11 November 2011 to 7 January 2012. The volume published in English contains a text by Marcia E. Vetrocq followed by a series of B & W and colour photographs of the works exhibited, including Castellani’s celebrated Ambiente bianco [White Environment] created by the artist during the period 1967/1970 which was exhibited for the first time in the United States and which in the catalogue is also documented by the photographs taken in 1970 by Ugo Mulas on the occasion of the exhibition titled Vitalità del Negativo held at the Palazzo delle Esposizioni in Rome.
A catalogue published on the occasion of the one-man exhibition held by Enrico Castellani in the large gallery rooms of the Haunch of Venison in New York from 8 May to 27 June 2009. The volume – in English – contains an in-depth essay by Adachiara Zevi accompanied by historical-artistic archive photographs, the colour reproductions of all the works on exhibit (including the first relief surface created by the artist together with some important pieces on loan for this exhibition from the Prada Foundation, the Fendi Collection and the Maramotti Collection). The publication closes with a biography compiled by Federico Sardella for this exhibition and with a list of Castellani’s most important one-man exhibitions.
Risonanza # 1 Enrico Castellani & Uto Ughi
A catalogue published in Italian and English by Skira for the one-man exhibition held by Enrico Castellani in the Spazio Risonanza at the Auditorium Parco della Musica in Rome from 2 December 2006 to 12 January 2007. Enrico Castellani was not only involved with this exhibition, forming part of the project titled Arte e Musica per Santa Cecilia promoted by the Accademia Santa Cecilia, ideated and curated by Federica Tittarelli, but also saw him create a work for this occasion produced in a series of one hundred pieces. He was accompanied by Uto Ughi with a live performance for the inauguration, documented by an audio CD which forms part of the catalogue. The volume includes an introductory essay by Marcello Smarrelli, texts by Graziella Lonardi Bontempo and Maria Teresa Venturini Fendi, interviews by Marcello Smarrelli with Achille Bonito Oliva, Tommaso Fontana, Marion Franchetti, Peter Sartogo and Milena Ugolini, photographs of all of the works on exhibit, a selection of works conserved in prestigious Roman collections, a list of the artist’s principal one-man and group exhibitions and a referential bibliography.
The catalogue in both Slovak and English was published on the occasion of Enrico Castellani’s one-man exhibition. This was organised by Getulio Alviani and housed in the rooms of the Mùzeum Milana Dobeša in Bratislava from 11 April to 30 September 2006. Besides the republication of Castellani’s text titled Continuità e nuovo, written by the artist in 1960 for the second number of the review “Azimuth”, the catalogue also contains an essay by Rachele Ferrario.
A periodical with German text by Iris Simone Engelke published by Zeitverlag Beteiligungs GmbH & Co. The publication forms part of the series titled Künstler Lexikon der Gegenwartskunst. It has numerous colour photographs of Castellani’s works created between 1958 and 2006 and is part of a series of monographs dedicated to international artists: from among these we can mention the Italian artists Carla Accardi, Piero Dorazio and Francesco Lo Savio.
Enrico Castellani. Variazioni sul metodo
This large volume titled Variazioni sul metodo, edited by Bruno Corà and promoted by Sace, accompanied Enrico Castellani’s monographic exhibition held at the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts in Moscow from 2 December 2005 to 15 January 2006 which inaugurated the museum’s new Pavilion of Contemporary Art. Here the artist exhibited more than thirty works – relief canvases, sculptures and installations – which covered Castellani’s methodological-artistic career. The volume published in Italian, English and Russian is enriched by an introductory essay by Bruno Corà, a dialogue between Corà and Gillo Dorfles and with the republication of a text by the latter of 1991 (revised) titled Quarant’anni con l’opera di Enrico Castellani. A considerable part of the volume contains the photographs of the works on exhibit, an accurate biography with the artist’s one-man and group exhibitions, monographs treating his work, publications of a general kind and a selection of B & W photographs of the exhibition’s inauguration.