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PAOLO ICARO. POLARITÀ
OLIVO BARBIERI. MOUNTAINS AND PARKS
BRIAN ENO. REFLECTED
«What I think we are doing when we find pleasure in sex, drugs, art and religion is we are rehearsing our ability to surrender. So, this brings us, having taken a very long way round, to why I think this is what I would like to see in a church now. If you try to imagine what the effect of those pieces of work, the works by Beato Angelico, Perugino, Piero della Francesca, the effect those works must have had on the 15th or 16th century eye: that is what I’m trying to recreate. I should be humbler than I am, but I’m trying to com- pete with them in 21st century terms. I’m trying to say “this is what I think should be in churches now”» (B. Eno)Size: 16 x 21.5 cm Pages: 56 Language: English
PIER PAOLO CALZOLARI. WHITE BALLAD.
ETTORE PISTOLETTO OLIVERO | MICHELANGELO PISTOLETTO. FATHER & SON
JOSEF ALBERS. ANATOMY OF HOMAGE TO THE SQUARE
CHIARA DYNYS. SUDDEN TIME
Raphael: From Città di Castello to Rome through two works from the National Gallery in London
Beuys | Burri. The Persistence of Value
Mario Giacomelli. The Informal Landscape According to Burri
Brian Eno. Reflected
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Magonza produces exhibition catalogues, non-fiction, monographs and artists’ books, managing the publication process at every stage, from the initial concept and development of the project, to the final product and its distribution. Craftsmanship and meticulous attention to graphic design and textual content are combined with creativity and constant research. In addition to publishing.
Magonza promotes and produces contemporary art exhibitions and projects in Italy and abroad, overseeing all design and operational aspects with competence, professionalism and passion.
Magonza also collaborates with artists to create unique, graphic and multiple works (among our productions are works by Jannis Kounellis, Claudio Parmiggiani, Sergio Lombardo, Paolo Icaro and Marco Gastini).