Chirstian Frosi - The Empty Room
|Nicola Ricciardi ed.
Christian Frosi was long considered one of the most inspiring and promising Italian artists debuting in the early 2000s. That is until just over ten years into his career, when he decided to make himself unreachable and remove himself from art history, its customs and figures. This publication brings together the work of Cristian Frosi with the human and artistic vicissitudes of other famous dropouts over the last 50 years: from Marcel Duchamp to Agnes Martin, and from Lee Lozano to Charlotte Posenenske.
|244 p, ills colour & bw, 17 x 24 cm, pb, Italian/English