Continues and ends the focus on the enhancement of public art through conservation with this interview to Emilio Isgrò. Here our previous publication on the artist’s public work.
Photographs, faces, moments of life, private and public moments, this is the opening of the book Arte-Vita a Roma negli anni ’60 e ’70. La pitturessa, written or, rather, told by artist Anna Paparatti, curated by journalist and art critic Guglielmo Gigliotti.
The works of artist Emilio Isgrò arise from the ability to observe and analyze the society, seizing acutely features and changes, but also risks and negative trends. Although not having moralist intents, nor censoring attitudes, Emilio Isgrò gives to his work an ethical dimension,
The volume Il Parco Museo Sant’Anna del Furlo. Land Art tra Conservazione e Restauro, by Andreina De Tomassi and Elvio Moretti, published by Aras, arises from a profitable and much-needed interdisciplinary comparison between different specialists, who, with commitment,
The form of the interview is currently considered by the international scientific community a fundamental tool for the acquisition of information to investigate and deal with technical, moral and ethical issues concerning the conservation, restoration and the exhibition of art works.
The sculptures and installations by Nicola Carrino are site-specifc, made for the place in which they will remain, a place that is not only physical, natural or artificial, but also cultural, original and symbolic. The conception of a public intervention begins with a survey, with the reading and observation of the environment in which the […]
The art works located in the streets, in parks, subways metro lines, can become an integral part of our everyday life, landmarks and points of interest. Whether they are ancient or contemporary works, sculptures or site-specific installations, they are assigned to the same social role: