Idea Code 16163
This publication coincides with an exhibition of work by Marco Tirelli at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Rome, curated by Bartolomeo Pietromarchi. Together, the minimal works reveal the impalpable nature of the concept of border through the interaction of light of shadow. Against a monochrome background wall, Tirelli’s paintings “drill through” space, remarks Valerio Magrelli, and recall the conceptual legacy of such artists as Sol LeWitt and Donald Judd. The forms on his monumental canvases are rendered with a soft sfumato that the artist has perfected, creating careful gradations of charcoal on paper. With several critical essays and many illustrated works.
184 p, ills colour & bw, 24 x 28 cm, pb, Italian/English
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