סוסים ואוכלי עשב אחרים: עקבות מודרניסטיים (וזהויות חלוקות) באמנות איטלקית עכשוית 1969-2010
An unusually numerous population of horses, donkeys and zebras has crossed the plains of Italian art in the last fifteen years, coinciding with a widespread (and perplexed) reflection on the characters and specificities of national art. In several ways - this is the thesis of the present essay - the population of herbivores epitomizes the debate over the “current relevance or non-relevance” of the avant-gardist model, and constitutes a sardonic metaphor of the journalistic debate on the Italian “decline,” dealt with extensively by the major national newspapers.
למעבר למאמר המלא בשפה האנגלית נא ללחוץ כאן
Art writer, artist and curator, Michele Dantini is interested in projects that join social practices, archival research and environmental awareness. A regular collaborator of prestigious art magazines, widely translated, Dantini is Professor of Contemporary Art at the University of Piemonte orientale, Vercelli, and Università Cattolica, Milan. He is the author of numerous volumes of art history and art criticism, most recently "Modern and Contemporary Art", Sterling, New York 2008; "Ytalia subjecta. Narrazioni identitarie e critica d'arte 1963-2010", Electa|Maxxi, Milano|Roma 2010; "Arte contemporanea, ecologia e sfera pubblica, Aracne, Roma 2010 No virus found in this incoming message.