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Guardar Lontano Veder Vicino Vintage


Author : Philippe Daverio
language : it
Publisher: Rizzoli
Release Date : 2014-06-11T00:00:00+02:00


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Un viaggio iniziatico nel Rinascimento italiano. L’esercizio della curiosità vi porterà ad alzare lo sguardo per guardar lontano, abbracciando i complessi intrecci della storia, e a veder vicino, direttamente dentro le immagini. “Questo non sarà mai un libro di Storia dell’Arte, con le due auliche maiuscole, non assomiglia a uno di quei tomi scolastici che hanno forse lasciato tedio e sonnolenza sui banchi di scuola, ma è piuttosto un viaggio esoterico nelle storie dell’arte.” Forte della sua esperienza di autore e conduttore televisivo, Philippe Daverio non è mai banalmente divulgativo, non intende semplificare fenomeni complessi, ma affronta le vicende degli artisti, delle opere e dei committenti secondo un metodo d’indagine che è diventato la sua cifra personale: sa guardare da lontano o accostarsi per vedere da vicino. Ogni suo nuovo libro è un’avventura che apre nuove prospettive. Il “metodo Daverio” è applicato in questo caso al Rinascimento. Il periodo fondativo della cultura e dell’arte italiana acquista così nuova freschezza e vivacità, prende le mosse dalla pittura di Giotto, “un fulmine nella storia dell’arte”, e si conclude con quel “talentaccio e caratteraccio” di Caravaggio, attraversando la curiosità anarchica di Leonardo, i cagnolini di Tiziano, l’eccentrica sensualità di Parmigianino e i sussulti religiosi di Michelangelo. L’allontanamento dalle categorie canoniche della storia dell’arte e la pratica dello spostamento del punto di vista si rivelano in particolare nelle Daveriologie, pagine nelle quali la curiosità impertinente dell’autore affronta nuove strade di lettura, attraverso accostamenti insoliti, a volte audaci, di capolavori e artisti lontani nel tempo e nello spazio.

Guardar Lontano Veder Vicino Esercizi Di Curiosit E Storie Dell Arte


Author : Philippe Daverio
language : it
Publisher:
Release Date : 2014


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Il Secolo Spezzato Delle Avanguardie Vintage


Author : Philippe Daverio
language : it
Publisher: Rizzoli
Release Date : 2015-05-07T00:00:00+02:00


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L’arte della prima metà del Novecento è un vorticoso susseguirsi di movimenti e “ismi”. Il secolo breve, racchiuso fra l’illuminazione elettrica del cielo di Parigi dall’alto della Tour Eiffel per l’expo del 1889 e il lampo devastante del fungo atomico a Hiroshima, ha forgiato il nostro immaginario. Da qui Philippe Daverio parte per creare un affresco fatto di assonanze e migrazioni, incontri reali e fantastici tra opere e artisti: Klimt, Balla, Kandinskij, Picasso... Un libro-mondo guidato dall’irresistibile libertà del pensiero folle.

The Ideal Museum


Author : Philippe Daverio
language : en
Publisher: Rizzoli Publications
Release Date : 2013-07-02


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Philippe Daverio is one of Italy’s most important contemporary art historians, whose discerning comments about art are voraciously consumed by the public through his writing as editor of the famed magazine Art e Dossier and his platform on a leading Italian television program Passepartout. Now, in his first full-length work of narrative nonfiction, Daverio uses the conceit of creating his own perfect museum gallery and in the process reexamines major artistic masterpieces of Western art. Daverio turns his critical eye on the place of Western art in contemporary twenty-first-century culture and how we relate to art generally. According to Daverio, we relate to the history of art based on views that crystallized in the nineteenth century, and so we look to the past to understand the present, though the present is what truly matters to everyone. Daverio means to challenge this perspective, and guided by his curiosity and personal taste, he examines key masterworks to rediscover the true meaning and power they had before they became commoditized and clichéd. Some distinctive features of this illustrated eBook are: • 800+ full size and detailed images of paintings and drawings. • 280+ artworks with pop-up ability. • 160 thumbnails with links showing the setting of the work and location in its home museum, with informational text. • 92 links to museum websites that house the real works. The Italian-language edition of The Ideal Museum ebook has been awarded the QED Seal (Quality, Excellence, Design)—the premier award for ebooks and book apps—by the council of the Publishing Innovation Awards. This award recognizes the title’s portability and readability, providing the best reading experience possible.

Lombardy


Author : Philippe Daverio
language : en
Publisher: Rizzoli Publications
Release Date : 2016-02-16


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"In this ... illustrated guide, ... Italian art critic Philippe Daverio takes the reader on a tour of discovery through Milan and the surrounding areas of Lombardy, revealing a wealth of artistic, historical, and cultural sights"--

The Book Of Miracles


Author : Till-Holger Borchert
language : en
Publisher: Taschen
Release Date : 2017-06-02


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The End Was Nigh Awesome apocalyptic visions of the 16th century The Book of Miracles first surfaced only a few years ago and is one of the most spectacular discoveries in the field of Renaissance art. The near-complete illustrated manuscript, created in Augsburg around 1550, is composed of 169 pages of large-format illustrations in gouache and watercolor, depicting wondrous and often eerie phenomena. The mesmerizing images deal with both biblical and folkloric tales, depicting stories from the Old Testament and Book of Revelation as well as events that took place in the immediate present of the manuscript's author. From shooting stars to swarms of locusts, terrifying monsters to fatal floods, page after page hypnotizes with visions alternately dreadful, spectacular, and even apocalyptic. This volume presents the revelatory Book of Miracles in a new, compact format, making this extraordinary document accessible to everyone. It comes with a transcript of the manuscript text and a thorough introduction to the cultural and historical context of this unique Renaissance work. Text in English, French, and German

Marcovaldo


Author : Italo Calvino
language : en
Publisher: HMH
Release Date : 2012-10-26


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A charming portrait of one man’s dreams and schemes, by “the greatest Italian writer of the twentieth century” (The Guardian). In this enchanting book of linked stories, Italo Calvino charts the disastrous schemes of an Italian peasant, an unskilled worker in a drab northern industrial city in the 1950s and ’60s, struggling to reconcile his old country habits with his current urban life. Marcovaldo has a practiced eye for spotting natural beauty and an unquenchable longing for the unspoiled rural world of his imagination. Much to the continuing puzzlement of his wife, his children, his boss, and his neighbors, he chases his dreams and gives rein to his fantasies, whether it’s sleeping in the great outdoors on a park bench, following a stray cat, or trying to catch wasps. Unfortunately, the results are never quite what he anticipates. Spanning from the 1950s to the 1960s, the twenty stories in Marcovaldo are alternately comic and melancholy, farce and fantasy. Throughout, Calvino’s unassuming masterpiece “conveys the sensuous, tangible qualities of life” (The New York Times).