SARENCO: LE RIVISTE, LA LOTTA.
Storia di un esploratore dell'avanguardia

The magazines have always played a key role in the development of the contemporary art world, both as tools of information critical of the activity of the galleries, and above all, as tools of theoretical analysis and pugnacious artist promotion groups and environments avant-garde.
Among the different numeroe avant-garde magazines, are of historical interest magazines partivolare artist. Namely those based journals, edited and directed by artists. Magazines that are often the only orgnai dissemination of poetic experimentation and avant-garde movements in which the artists responsible for the publication adhered.
The publication of journals by artists has its maximum expression in the sixties and seventies. And 'in fact, around that time and who' had a circulation of artistic operations, which have found their reference space in the sphere of communication. Actions, especially poetry, which have borrowed the tools and techniques used by specialists in the publishing industry to bend and, where possible, re-invent them.
This book is limited to analyzing the editorial production of a single Italian author, or rather, to analyze what might be called "the case Sarenco" because of its numerous editorial initiatives from Amodulo to Lotta Poetica, from Factotum to Radio Taxi and Verona Voce.
The book, divided into chapters, each devoted to a single magazine, traces the founding and the stotra outlines the major topics published. For each publication may also be found all interventions (texts, paintings, photographs, etc..).
The book is presented as a fundamental tool for art historians and represents a first step of a job much more extensive filing of all the artist's historic Italian magazines.