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A Horse is a Camel Designed by a Committee

22 posters and a booklet
English
21.5 x 15 cm
ISBN 9788896501092
€ 25.00

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This publication, presented as a box containing 22 posters and a booklet, was created to document the work produced by twenty-one young artists during the 15th Advanced Course in Visual Arts at the Fondazione Antonio Ratti, with visiting professor Walid Raad.In addition to illustrating the creative process, the posters serve as full-fledged artists’ projects conceived for the catalogue: white sheets given to the artists as a unique way of presenting their projects; whereas the booklet presents the literary, artistic, historical and philosophical background of the works in the form of quotations selected by the students. Last but not least, a third element showcases the concrete results of the course in a poster with photos of the two final exhibitions held respectively at Fondazione Bevilacqua La Masa and Fondazione Claudio Buziol, both in Venice.

Featuring artists: Rebecca Agnes (Italy), Basma Alsharif (Kuwait/Egypt), Luca Bolognesi (Italy), Emily Verla Bovino (USA), Luiz Mauricio Brandão (Brazil), Antonio Cataldo (Italy), Helen Dowling (UK), Chiara Fumai (Italy), Silvia Giambrone (Italy), Eric Golo Stone (USA), barbaragurrieri/group, made up of Barbara Gurrieri and Emanuele Tumminelli (Italy), Jaša (Slovenia), Diego Marcon (Italy), Pedro Neves Marques (Portugal), Mariagiovanna Nuzzi (Italy), Minna Öberg (Finland), Ivor Shearer (USA), Giulio Squillacciotti (Italy), Dan Starling (Canada), Arianna Vanini (Italy), Andrei Varano (Australia).

A Horse is a Camel Designed by a Committee

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This publication, presented as a box containing 22 posters and a booklet, was created to document the work produced by twenty-one young artists during the 15th Advanced Course in Visual Arts at the Fondazione Antonio Ratti, with visiting professor Walid Raad.In addition to illustrating the creative process, the posters serve as full-fledged artists’ projects conceived for the catalogue: white sheets given to the artists as a unique way of presenting their projects; whereas the booklet presents the literary, artistic, historical and philosophical background of the works in the form of quotations selected by the students. Last but not least, a third element showcases the concrete results of the course in a poster with photos of the two final exhibitions held respectively at Fondazione Bevilacqua La Masa and Fondazione Claudio Buziol, both in Venice.

Featuring artists: Rebecca Agnes (Italy), Basma Alsharif (Kuwait/Egypt), Luca Bolognesi (Italy), Emily Verla Bovino (USA), Luiz Mauricio Brandão (Brazil), Antonio Cataldo (Italy), Helen Dowling (UK), Chiara Fumai (Italy), Silvia Giambrone (Italy), Eric Golo Stone (USA), barbaragurrieri/group, made up of Barbara Gurrieri and Emanuele Tumminelli (Italy), Jaša (Slovenia), Diego Marcon (Italy), Pedro Neves Marques (Portugal), Mariagiovanna Nuzzi (Italy), Minna Öberg (Finland), Ivor Shearer (USA), Giulio Squillacciotti (Italy), Dan Starling (Canada), Arianna Vanini (Italy), Andrei Varano (Australia).

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