Italo Zuffi 96-22
Italo Zuffi’s practice has developed over time through sculpture, photography, video, and performance, and is marked by contrasts and oppositions that can act on the body as well as on the sculptural form: between construction and destruction, softness and rigidity, fragility and competition. The Italian artist also explores mechanisms of power – especially of today’s art system – as they are reflected both in the institutions that represent and support them and in society in general. This monograph covers the period from 1996 to 2022 and features a series of contributions in the form of conversations, a detailed selection of works, and an anthology of texts retracing his life and career.
|224 p, ills colour & bw, 20 x 23 cm, pb, Italian/English|