“Quaderni d’arte italiana” art magazine #2

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“Quaderni d’arte italiana” art magazine


Quaderni dell'arte italiana is a quarterly journal, created by the Rome Quadriennale foundation, which is aimed at providing a space for exploring 21st-century Italian art and how it is linked to the various national and international cultural, social and political scenes.
The editor-in-chief of the magazine is Gian Maria Tosatti. The editorial board consists of: Nicolas Ballario, Francesca Guerisoli, Nicolas Martino, Attilio Scarpellini and Andrea Viliani. This reflection involves not only the curators who contribute to the many activities of the Quadriennale, but also external authors.
The second issue of the journal draws a map to define the concept of ”popular”.
From the political distinction between the noble roots of the popular and the current populist drifts, the articles move on to investigate the influence of pop culture on contemporary Italian philosophy and the artistic process of rewriting the visual grammar according to the logic of mass communication, up to an analysis of the modern mask-icons shared by society.

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Format: 14,8x21 cm
Pages: 140
Set up: thread
Cover with flaps

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