Gli anni Sessanta Settanta in Italia

In the late sixties and early seventies it requires the concept of interdisciplinary art, understood as the coexistence of various languages that they interpenetrate and complement, an idea that art develops a model of hybrid instrument and vehicle for the dissemination of messages and information beyond its specific meaning of art as a medium for understanding life.
It is in this climate of democratization of ideas, thanks to widespread use of stencils or the craft of small offset presses, which originated and developed the neo-avant-garde magazines. The common strategy of dissemination of information and alternative perspectives of both linguistic and political revolutionary, there is therefore a great producing self-produced publications by artists.
This book is an annotated bibliography and illustrated magazines of the avant-garde art: unique (there is no such thing) wants to be the most complete presentation of this phenomenon, both interesting and little studied. There is, in fact, to date research that has established the connections established between the Italian artists, both European and non-European cross Creates thanks to collaborations with various magazines.
A unique opportunity to discover the so-called "artist's magazines" produced in the sixties and seventies in Italy from Azimuth by Enrico Castellani and Piero Manzoni. And then, remembering just a few: Appia by Emilio Villa, Amodulo by Sarenco, Antipigi├╣ by Arrigo Lora-Totino, Da a/u dela' by Daniela Palazzoli and Gianni Emilio Simonetti, Mec by Gianni Bertini, Lotta Poetica by Sarenco & Paul De Vree, Bollettino Tool by Ugo Carrega, E/Mana/Azione by Luciano Caruso and Stelio Maria Martini, Ana Etcetera by Anna and Martino Oberto, Mela by Maurizio Nannucci, Geiger by Adriano Spatola and Techne by Eugenio Miccini.

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