Contemporary art books, catalogs and publications

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In this section you will find books, catalogs and every type of publication, inherent to the artistic path of Andrea Benetti.

The book published by Media Brain Editions and written by Lucas De Laurentiis is a monographic publication on Andrea Benetti and his innovative painting, followed by a solid philosophical thought, which flows into the "Manifesto of Neo-Cave Art". The intelligent operation carried out by the young critic and curator De Laurentiis, was to collect seven of the main and representative reviews of the pictorial work of Andrea Benetti, and group them into a single book, which also contains about...

The editorial work is published by the Museum of Italian Contemporary Art in America and is curated by Gregorio Rossi. The volume "Neorupestre painting" is now present in various museums and institutions, including the MamBo library in Bologna. The book traces the basic lines to understand the thought that animates Neorupestre painting and the ideas that pushed Andrea Benetti to draw up and present at the 53rd Venice Art Biennale, the Manifesto of Neoupestre Art, which is located inside of...

 The collection assembled today by Riccardo Rinaldi, commonly called the Rinaldi-Paladino collection was born in the second half of the twentieth century, but also includes artists of modern art, who belonged to the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The collection includes the most important names of twentieth century painting and sculpture. "The Rinaldi-Paladino Collection - The Twentieth Century”, published by Mondadori is a celebration of this important collection....

At the beginning of 2012, for the sixtieth year since the birth of Keith Haring, the publication "Keith Haring, drawing on the snow" written by Gregorio Rossi was published, which recounts and documents the Pisan experience of the American artist in 1989. He was in fact the year Haring came to Pisa to create "Tuttomondo", a giant mural on a facade of the deconsecrated church of Sant'Antonio Abate. Andrea Benetti was chosen as the ideal continuator of Keith Haring’s brilliant re...

On March 9, 2012 the work entitled "Caccia VII" (oil and henna and acrylic on canvas - cm 50 x 100 - 2010) was acquired in the Quirinale Art Collection. Wanted by the President of the Republic Giorgio Napolitano and the Councilor for the conservation of the artistic heritage of the Presidency of the Republic, Professor Louis Godart was acquired in an entirely "exceptional" way (as specified in one of the letters sent between the Andrea Benetti Archive and the Presidency of the Republic) since...

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