An artist’s book published by Achille Mauri in 1968 with a critical text by Vincenzo Agnetti and with a graphic project conceived by Giorgio Colombo. The paperback in coated paper, gloss paper and cardboard is contained in a carton slipcase in which there is also a relief in white PVC in a series of 1000 (neither signed nor numbered). The volume which also exists in a German version contains an opening file dedicated to the artist with his fingerprint, a brief biography and numerous colour and B & W photographs by Giorgio Colombo, Franco Angeli, Ugo Mulas and Uliano Lucas that document a large number of Castellani’s works and the different moments of their creation.
A catalogue made from two folded posters held together by an orange band produced on the occasion of Enrico Castellani’s one-man exhibition at the Tokyo Gallery from 17 February to 9 March 1968. The B & W publication in Japanese and English contains a critical text by Yusuke Nakahara, photographs of the works on exhibit, a brief biographical file and a list of the artist’s one-man and group exhibitions.
A publication by the Galleria Notizie (run by Luciano Pistoi) on the occasion of Enrico Castellani’s one-man exhibition held in Turin from 12 March to 10 April 1964. The catalogue contains a critical text by Carla Lonzi, colour and B & W photographs of some of the exhibited works and a brief biography of the artist with his one-man and group exhibitions.
The first monographic catalogue dedicated to the work by Enrico Castellani. Unbound in quarto format, the catalogue was published by the Galleria dell’Ariete in Milan (run by Beatrice Monti Della Corte) on the occasion of Enrico Castellani’s first exhibition in a private gallery held from 26 February 1963. In the following order the volume contains a brief biographical file of the artist with his one-man and group exhibitions, a text by Gillo Dorfles and the B & W photographs of three of the works on exhibit.