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Product Description: To leaf through this book is to journey into the world of Remo Salvadori, where reading--observing--is as intimate and creative a process as making art. The Observer not the Object Observed centers on the titular work, seminal and still resoundingly topical some 25 years after its creation: in shifting the observer, active in the experience of "seeing," to the center of the piece, Salvadori continues to redefine the relationship between art and viewer, and to redefine the viewers themselves...read more

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9788881585526 | Bilingual edition (Charta, August 3, 2007), cover price $39.95 | About this edition: To leaf through this book is to journey into the world of Remo Salvadori, where reading--observing--is as intimate and creative a process as making art.

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Product Description: The Premio Furla per l'arte is an important Italian contemporary art award, now in its sixth edition, and the five finalists with work included here--Alice Cattaneo, Elenia Depedro, Nicola Gobbetto, Luca Trevisani and Nico Vascellari--are worth meeting...read more
By Chiara Bertola (editor) and Gianfranco Maraniello (editor)

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9788881586318 | Bilingual edition (Charta, August 1, 2007), cover price $34.95 | About this edition: The Premio Furla per l'arte is an important Italian contemporary art award, now in its sixth edition, and the five finalists with work included here--Alice Cattaneo, Elenia Depedro, Nicola Gobbetto, Luca Trevisani and Nico Vascellari--are worth meeting.

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Product Description: Consider it the Turner Prize for Italian artists. Fashion house Furla sponsors this prestigious award for contemporary Italian art, now in its fifth incarnation. This volume, with graphics designed by Kiki Smith (one of the judges, with Luigi Ontani and others), details every phase of the jury's work and presents images and background information on the finalists...read more

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9788881585137 | Charta, July 15, 2005, cover price $34.95 | About this edition: Consider it the Turner Prize for Italian artists.

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Product Description: This third edition of the Premio Querini Stampalia--FURLA per l'Arte documents and honors the work of five emerging artists who live and work in Italy: Marcello Maloberti, Ottonella Mocellin, Adrian Paci, Daniele Puppi and Sissi. The "godfather" of the award, German artist Lothar Baumgarten, provided the title of this publication--a proverb that invites reflection on the impossibility of judging an artist...read more

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9788881583898 | Charta, March 1, 2003, cover price $25.00 | About this edition: This third edition of the Premio Querini Stampalia--FURLA per l'Arte documents and honors the work of five emerging artists who live and work in Italy: Marcello Maloberti, Ottonella Mocellin, Adrian Paci, Daniele Puppi and Sissi.

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Product Description: The Querini Stampalia Foundation (one of Italy's oldest cultural institutions) and the fashion firm FURLA have come together to promote the first invitation-only prize for Italian artists, serving to bring attention to today's young Italian artists. (view table of contents, read Amazon.com's description)
By Chiara Bertola (editor), Giacinto Di Pietrantonio (editor) and Angela Vettese (editor)

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9788881582938 | Charta, February 1, 2001, cover price $22.00 | About this edition: The Querini Stampalia Foundation (one of Italy's oldest cultural institutions) and the fashion firm FURLA have come together to promote the first invitation-only prize for Italian artists, serving to bring attention to today's young Italian artists.

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Product Description: Ilya Kabakov is regarded as Russia's most important living artist. Together with his wife Emilia, he has conceptualized "Monument to a Lost Civilization." The project reconstructs the condition of life in the Soviet Union and its institutional paradigms through the voices, false hopes, and dreams of the people...read more
By Chiara Bertola (editor) and Paolo Falcone (editor)

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9788881582228 | Steidl / Edition7L, August 1, 1999, cover price $49.95 | About this edition: Ilya Kabakov is regarded as Russia's most important living artist.

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Product Description: Active since the early 1960s, Giulio Paolini has often been identified with arte povera, though his explorations are more ascribable to conceptual art. His multimedia analyses of the instruments and language of artistic activity have enabled him to reexamine a vast repertoire of images, quotations from a past that renews itself and regains immediacy through reflection on itself...read more

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9783893223572 | Bilingual edition (Art Books Intl Ltd, April 1, 1998), cover price $20.01 | About this edition: Active since the early 1960s, Giulio Paolini has often been identified with arte povera, though his explorations are more ascribable to conceptual art.

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