Markus Karstiess, Claudio Abate, Roberth Smithson, With the Eyes of the Earth, Colli publishing platform, 500 copies, 38.5 x 28, 2018, produced for the exhibition With the Eyes of the Earth, 2018, Roma. GO TO SHOP
Prodotto in occasione della mostra With the Eyes of the Earth, presso COLLI Independent Art Gallery, Roma. 49 anni fa Robert Smithson realizzò il suo primo Asphalt Rundown di terra nell’ottobre del 1969 in una cava abbandonata vicino a Roma con la Galleria L’Attico. Questa pubblicazione raccoglie materiale raro e inedito dall’Archivio Claudio Abate e Fabio Sargentini (Galleria L’Attico) che documenta il flusso iconico e la mostra che Smithson ha realizzato all’interno della Galleria L’Attico, nonché sculture e opere video di Markus Karstiess che ha realizzato uno scavo per cercare i resti dell’asfalto nel 2014.
Produced in the occasion of the exhibition With the Eyes of the Earth, at COLLI independent art gallery, Rome. 49 years ago Robert Smithson made his first earthwork Asphalt Rundown in October 1969 in an abandoned quarry near Rome with Galleria L’Attico. This publication brings together rare and previously unpublished material from the Archivio Claudio Abate  and Fabio Sargentini (Galleria L’Attico) documenting the iconic flow and the exhibition Smithson realized inside Galleria L’Attico, as well as sculptures and video works from Markus Karstiess who made a dig for the remains of the asphalt in 2014.



Curated by Maurizio Nannucci and Emanuele de Donno, Viaindustriae publishing with Colli publishing platform. 1000 copies, 25 x 17, 408 pp, 2016. BUY NOW
Il volume, un catalogo annotato delle edizioni e dei multipli dell’artista dal 1967 ad oggi, è curato da Maurizio Nannucci. Le edizioni e i multipli di Nannucci, che occupano un quadro di questa vasta e prolifica pubblicazione, coinvolgono importanti musei, ricercatori e numerosi artisti internazionali. Il catalogo ragionato delle Edizioni di Maurizio Nannucci è organizzato in sezioni (multipli, fotografie / stampe / poster, cataloghi, edizioni, libri d’artista, audiovisivi, ephemera) e contiene descrizioni cronologiche delle sue opere dal 1967 ad oggi, accompagnate da un’antologia di testi di Carlo Belloli, Christophe Cherix, Stefano Chiodi, Anne Moeglin-Delcroix, Gabriele Detterer, Mario Diacono, Maurizio Nannucci, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Pier Luigi Tazzi e Tommaso Trini. Oltre trecento edizioni, tra cui libri d’artista, multipli, dischi, manifesti, stampe, foto, ephemera, audiovisivi, documentano vari momenti della straordinaria opera di Nannucci piuttosto unica nel panorama dell’arte contemporanea internazionale. Questa pluralità di media testimonia la sua pratica artistica interdisciplinare, che supera le separazioni e le gerarchie esistenti tra le varie forme.
The volume, an annotated catalogue of all the artist’s editions and multiples from 1967 to the present day, is edited by Maurizio Nannucci and published by Viaindustriae with Colli publishing platform. Nannucci’s editions and multiples, which occupy a central and constant place in his work, are cataloged within the framework of this wide-ranging and prolific publication, involving leading museums, researchers and numerous international artists. The catalog raisonné of Maurizio Nannucci Editions is organized into sections (multiples, photographs/prints/posters, catalogs, editions, artist’s books, audiovisuals, ephemera contributions) and contains chronological descriptions of his works from 1967 to the present day. Alongside these is an anthology of texts by Carlo Belloli, Christophe Cherix, Stefano Chiodi, Anne Moeglin-Delcroix, Gabriele Detterer, Mario Diacono, Maurizio Nannucci, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Pier Luigi Tazzi and Tommaso Trini. The corpus of more than three hundred editions, including artist’s books, multiples, discs, manifestos, prints, photos, ephemera and audiovisuals, documents various moments in Nannucci’s extraordinary oeuvre, which has few parallels in the panorama of international contemporary art. This plurality of media bears witness to his interdisciplinary artistic practice, which overcomes the separations and hierarchies existing between the various forms.

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The exhibition is focused on multiple neon works by Nannucci, from early Seventies, as “Asred”, “Quasi infinito” and ” Out of the blu “, to the latest “Look” and ” Listen to your eyes “, until  “THINK”, specifically created for this exhibition. It is the first time that the artist gathers and presents the entire collection of his “neon multiples”, mostly published by/for institutions and museums such as the Beyeler Foundation in Basel, the Sprengel Museum in Hannover, the Kunstverein in Cologne and in Frankfurt. The recent retrospective exhibition of Nannucci at Maxxi in Rome has already pointed out that the editions and multiples are a central practice of his work, which starting from concrete poetry and conceptual experience has opened up to a wider reflection, placing itself in dialogue with public and private spaces, leading to develop new research perspectives, new horizons of reflection. For the artist has been important the research around the reproducibility of the work of art, gradually opened to a new and democratic dimension, disseminated and “multiplied”. On this basis and these issues comes a “corpus” of over three hundred editions of artists’ books, multiples, records, posters, prints, photographs, ephemera, audiovisual and neon documenting various periods of his outstanding research, very relevant in the contemporary international art scene. This plurality of media is about an integrated artistic practice and interdisciplinary creativity ranging from multiplication fields and disciplines, overcoming the separations and existing hierarchies between the various media.






Experimental Jetset is a small, Amsterdam-based graphic design studio, founded in 1997 by Marieke Stolk, Erwin Brinkers and Danny van den Dungen. Focusing on printed matter and site-specific installations, EJ have worked for a wide variety of institutes. Their work has been featured in group exhibitions such as ‘Graphic Design: Now in Production’ (Walker Art Center, 2011) and ‘Ecstatic Alphabets’ (MoMA, 2012). Solo exhibitions include ‘Kelly 1:1’ (Casco, 2002) and ‘Two or Three Things I Know About Provo’ (W139, 2011). In 2007, a large selection of EJ’s work was acquired by the MoMA. Members of EJ have been teaching at the Rietveld Academie and Werkplaats Typografie.
Concrete Provo, series of 5 poster, 59 x 42 cm each, digital ultra-chrome pigment ink print on blue-back paper, limited edition of 5 copies, numbered and signed, 2015.

Concrete Provo, series of 5 poster, 59 x 42 cm each, digital ultra-chrome pigment ink print on blue-back paper, limited edition of 5 copies, numbered and signed, 2015.