Piero Manzoni: A Retrospective
This is a new monograph charting the entire career of the post-war Italian artist Piero Manzoni (1933 - 1963). Piero Manzoni was the enfant terrible of the post-war Italian avant-garde before his untimely death in Milan at the age of just twenty-nine in 1963. Curated by Germano Celant, the artists' premier scholar and author of the two editions of the Manzoni catalogues raisonne (Milan, 1975 and Milan, 2004), this stunning catalogue spans Manzoni's entire oeuvre, including works belonging to the Manzoni Archives as well as several international museums and private collections.
- Hardback | 376 pages
- 243.84 x 287.02 x 33.02mm | 2,381.35g
- 08 Sep 2009
- Milan, Italy
- 566 illustrations, 444 in colour
About Germano Celant
Germano Celant (born Genoa, 1940) has a PhD in contemporary art and theory and is internationally acknowledged for his theories on Arte Povera. Additionally, he is the author of more than one hundred publications, including both books and catalogues. He is also the curator of hundreds of exhibitions in the most prominent international museums and institutions worldwide.
A new monograph charting the entire career of the post-war Italian artist Piero Manzoni (1933-1963).