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[Reading] ➸ Maurizio Cattelan (Phaidon Contemporary Artist Series) By Francesco Bonami – Fairy-tales-folk-tales-myths.co Maurizio Cattelan b1960 is today's best known Italian artist In some ways an heir to the legendary Italian 'anti artist' Piero Manzoni Cattelan produces witty unorthodox performances sculptures and ph[Reading] ➸ Maurizio Cattelan (Phaidon Contemporary Artist Series) By Francesco Bonami – Fairy-tales-folk-tales-myths.co Maurizio Cattelan b1960 is today's best known Italian artist In some ways an heir to the legendary Italian 'anti artist' Piero Manzoni Cattelan produces witty unorthodox performances sculptures and ph Maurizio Cattelan b is today's best known Italian artist In some ways an heir to the legendary Italian 'anti artist' Piero Manzoni Cattelan produces witty unorthodox performances sculptures and photoworks that are as varied as they are unsettling This humorous untraditional art often takes an off centre standpoint at the margins of mainstream society to poke fun at art history monumentality and nationalismCattelan was once a furniture designer which infuses all his unconventional work with a surprising elegance that is especially striking He works in a great variety of media Examples include a real stuffed horse hung from the magnificent ceiling of a great Italian PalazzoNovecento in reference to Arte Povera artist Jannis Kounellis' exhibition of real horses in Rome some thirty years before; and a 'homeless person' manneuin realistically slumped on a city sidewalk the lifeless reminder of the wasted human lives we witness daily in city streets References to Arte Povera classic Italian figurative sculpture and much post war art and culture are blended in Cattelan's work with the artist's own idiosyncracies Over the years Cattelan working with themes that vary from thievery to escapism to childhood has consistently produced significant artworks that have captured the attention of the international art world and established him as one of the most exciting artists working today Italian curator and critic Francesco Bonami describes in his Survey the artist's development in his local political and socio historical context In the Interview critic and Solomon R Guggenheim Museum curator Nancy Spector draws out the aritist's 'slippery' personality while offering solid interpretations of the work Belgium based curator and writer Barbara Vanderlinden offers a firsthand response in the Focus to Cattelan's monumental project first shown at Manifesta an untitled work consisting of a living tree growing from an exposed block of soil within the exhibition space itself Cattelan has chosen an extract from Portnoy's Complaint by Philip Roth and extracts from Or Not to Be A Collection of Suicide Notes ed Marc Etkind both echoing the artist's often tragi comical evocations of desperation and escapism Maurizio Cattelan's statement.

S and previous interviews collected here include his occasional appropriation of the words and even identities of others In the Update section critic and curator Massimiliano Gioni surveys Cattelan's work from to the present Maurizio Cattelan b is today's best known Italian artist In some ways an heir to the legendary Italian 'anti artist' Piero Manzoni Cattelan produces witty unorthodox performances sculptures and photoworks that are as varied as they are unsettling This humorous untraditional art often takes an off centre standpoint at the margins of mainstream society to poke fun at art history monumentality and nationalismCattelan was once a furniture designer which infuses all his unconventional work with a surprising elegance that is especially striking He works in a great variety of media Examples include a real stuffed horse hung from the magnificent ceiling of a great Italian PalazzoNovecento in reference to Arte Povera artist Jannis Kounellis' exhibition of real horses in Rome some thirty years before; and a 'homeless person' manneuin realistically slumped on a city sidewalk the lifeless reminder of the wasted human lives we witness daily in city streets References to Arte Povera classic Italian figurative sculpture and much post war art and culture are blended in Cattelan's work with the artist's own idiosyncracies Over the years Cattelan working with themes that vary from thievery to escapism to childhood has consistently produced significant artworks that have captured the attention of the international art world and established him as one of the most exciting artists working today Italian curator and critic Francesco Bonami describes in his Survey the artist's development in his local political and socio historical context In the Interview critic and Solomon R Guggenheim Museum curator Nancy Spector draws out the aritist's 'slippery' personality while offering solid interpretations of the work Belgium based curator and writer Barbara Vanderlinden offers a firsthand response in the Focus to Cattelan's monumental project first shown at Manifesta an untitled work consisting of a living tree growing from an exposed block of soil within the exhibition space itself Cattelan has chosen an extract from Portnoy's Complaint by Philip Roth and extracts from Or Not to Be A Collection of Suicide Notes ed Marc Etkind both echoing the artist's often tragi comical evocations of desperation and escapism Maurizio Cattelan's statements and previous interviews collected here include his occasional appropriation of the words and even identities of.

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